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Any opinions or comments on which spray in liner you prefer and why. Both are nearby and within $50 of each other in price.
I have a Bed Rug right now and while it works like they say, a spray in liner suits my needs better.
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Any opinions or comments on which spray in liner you prefer and why. Both are nearby and within $50 of each other in price.
I have a Bed Rug right now and while it works like they say, a spray in liner suits my needs better.
Thanks.
I heard a lot of people talk about the line x here on this forum so it must be good ::laugh::
 

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Look up Bullet liner too. I've heard it's really good.


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Warranty comparison? Who will stand behind their product mo bettah?

Can't recall a quote I got several years ago...just remembering how expensive it was to stray from black to another color.
 

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Look up Bullet liner too.
Looks like the closest one is almost 2 hours away

Warranty comparison? Who will stand behind their product mo bettah?
Both have the same basic levels, a few minor differences when you look at their higher level packages, like fading and chipping. And both want a $100 extra for a color other than black.
Is the OEM liner truly OEM or do they use someone's (e.g. Line X, etc.) chemicals?
 

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what quotes have you gotten?
 

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I had Linex in my Dodge a few years ago and was very impressed with it. Rhino liner seemed way to rubbery to me.
I'll use Bullet liner if I ever have another truck done. I have all 3 within a few miles of me.


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Line - X has some pretty impressive YouTube video's

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The spray-in liner is standard in the SL and the SV with the Value Truck Package as well!
 

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i thought the desert runner comes with a sprayed in bedliner already...at least the new ones do not sure about the 2015.
I looked back a few years as well as '17...the OEM spray-in bedliner is not even an option for DRs from the factory.
 

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what quotes have you gotten?
$450-$500

I had Linex in my Dodge a few years ago and was very impressed with it. Rhino liner seemed way to rubbery to me.
I'll use Bullet liner if I ever have another truck done. I have all 3 within a few miles of me.


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I just found a Bullet dealer closer than I thought, I'm going to get a quote from them.
 
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