Spray in bed liners: Rhino, LineX, Raptor?

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Probably been covered a few times, but looking for anyone's experience with them.

Rhino lining is probably the most common and from what I've seen average cost is around $500 to get a truck done.

LineX is probably the most expensive, the closest place to me is over an hour ride away to have it done.

I know a place in the area that does the Raptor liner and it isn't too expensive, but was wondering if anyone has done it and if they would use it again.
 

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I don't really have first-hand experience, but I'm getting a LineX in 10 days. Price quoted is $549 for the "standard" LineX coating, 6.4' Rambox bed. There's actually a little more prep time/work for the Rambox bed.
 

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I've had Rhino lining installed in three trucks. Never had a problem with it.

Of course, quality of a spray in bedliner depends a lot on the intaller's ability to prep and apply the coating properly.
 

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Rhino and LineX are both great products. Used both. No difference between the 2 as far as I could tell. Never heard of raptor though. I imagine it's a similar product. Do they have any vehicles there that you can inspect to check out their product?
 

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Probably been covered a few times, but looking for anyone's experience with them.

Rhino lining is probably the most common and from what I've seen average cost is around $500 to get a truck done.

LineX is probably the most expensive, the closest place to me is over an hour ride away to have it done.

I know a place in the area that does the Raptor liner and it isn't too expensive, but was wondering if anyone has done it and if they would use it again.

I haggle. On everything. I talked a local dealer down to 400 after tax on a Linex with the protective UV coating. I would just shop around. The profit margin on the bed liners is pretty good and they have room to work.
 

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Line X user here. Can’t beat the lifetime warranty I think I paid around $450 for the premium.


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I have line x. When I researched between rhino lining and line x, the difference was that rhino is softer. You could puncture through it with a shovel or something sharp. Line x is very hard and you can’t do that. This was explained to me by each dealer. My line x came with lifetime warranty and still looks great after a couple years.
Either way both are great.
 

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Excellent! I've seen the Rhino linings in person, the LineX I haven't seen up close and personal. The Raptor liner is from what I've seen, can be applied by the buyer if you have the time, I do know of one place that does the Raptor liner, but haven't seen that either. Can't really say one way or another on the quality or comparison of the it to Rhino of LineX.
 

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My brother has lineX on his. He does scrap metal recycling with it, always throwing washers and dryers etc. After 2 years still looks great.
 

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The best liners are the ones applied hot. Better adhesion and harder product. Rhino has their toughliner which is softer and grippier, but not as tough and their solarmax which is similar to the line X. If the raptor isn't a hot spray I would spend the extra on one of the other 2.
 

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