To me (with a spay in bedliner) it looked thicker than normal so it may have been a set up.That was great. One question is, did the person spraying the liner on know what was being done and added extra thickness or is this a standard to the public application?
Amen, this is where my joke about Line-X came into play. I spent a month trying to decide what to go with. Everyone I talked to with any other brand hated their bedliner. I couldn't be happier with Line-X and they will fix anything that happens for the rest of my truck's lifetime.rhino liners suck! they are ugly as hell! they look like black cottage cheese spread where ever it is applied!!! they fade after a year or two, and 4 people i know that use rhino have them peeling now and absolutely hate them!!! line-x on the other hand...dope shizzz!!!!
don't i wish that crap could actually repel real ieds. we've already had 58 ieds in my sector in a little over 4 months. good thing we mostly use mraps instead of hmmwvs, which can take a hit a hell of a lot betterdang, that is an awesome comparison! Looks like we need to get Rhino liners on all the Humves in Iraq to help protect against IEDs.
THANK YOU!! :goodjob:don't i wish that crap could actually repel real ieds. we've already had 58 ieds in my sector in a little over 4 months. good thing we mostly use mraps instead of hmmwvs, which can take a hit a hell of a lot better
Interesting.when i bought my line-x they had rhino lining there and when they rubbed the 2 together the rhino lining just crumbled