rhino liner OR line-X bedliner?

rhino liner OR line-X bedliner?

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rize

Naperville, IL

#1 Jan 24, 2012
I'm wanting to get a sprayed in bed liner in my truck and all the searching I've done I'm stuck between Rhino liner and Line-X. Both seem to very popular, I'm looking for some people's opinions on each preferably from personal experience. Or is there another brand out there that is better that I'm not aware of? Thanks!
TrueBlue

United States

#2 Jan 24, 2012
Man that's a tough decision... I know when it comes to linex you need a jack hammer to get it out... Yet rhino lining can be cut with a razor knife...
TrueBlue

Escalon, CA

#3 Jan 25, 2012
Linex is a little more expensive.... But the quality is unreal...

Since: Sep 11

Naperville, IL

#4 Jan 25, 2012
Those are the 2 main companies. I'm sure you can't go wrong with either product. I can't speak personally for the line-X brand because I've never had it. However I did have a truck with rhino liner. It was in the truck when I bought it and it was about 2 years old. It was nice to have the protection but it was faded pretty bad and was coming off in a few areas and since I wasnt the original purchaser of the bed liner they wouldn't warranty it for me.
southern pride

Rolla, MO

#5 Jan 27, 2012
AlphaMe wrote:
Those are the 2 main companies. I'm sure you can't go wrong with either product. I can't speak personally for the line-X brand because I've never had it. However I did have a truck with rhino liner. It was in the truck when I bought it and it was about 2 years old. It was nice to have the protection but it was faded pretty bad and was coming off in a few areas and since I wasnt the original purchaser of the bed liner they wouldn't warranty it for me.
i had the same issue with my truck when i lived in mississippi but im thinking mine was caused by heat i dont know, line-x is what i have now had it for 2 years no issues
rize

Chicago, IL

#6 Jan 27, 2012
So far looks like Line-X , I'm surprised more people don't have opinions on what they have or have used in the past....
Larry

California, MO

#7 Jan 27, 2012
I am actually gonna start spraying Rhino Liners at Extreme and let me give ya a little insight. The rhinos are more grippy so your stuff doesn't move around. After a bit, it does fade, but if you get "rhino shine" it returns it to its normal glory.
Line-X is a very hard bed liner. Good product. Personally don't know how much it costs. Anyone know a price?

They are all quality products and I know rhino has the warrantee. Idk about line-X.
southern pride

Rolla, MO

#8 Jan 28, 2012
Larry wrote:
I am actually gonna start spraying Rhino Liners at Extreme and let me give ya a little insight. The rhinos are more grippy so your stuff doesn't move around. After a bit, it does fade, but if you get "rhino shine" it returns it to its normal glory.
Line-X is a very hard bed liner. Good product. Personally don't know how much it costs. Anyone know a price?
They are all quality products and I know rhino has the warrantee. Idk about line-X.
i dont know about in missouri but back home it starts about 400 and goes up
unhappy

Pearl City, HI

#9 Jun 23, 2012
I would go with anything but RHINO- RHINO says they will not honor there lifetime warranty for my bedliner. They said because I purchased it in 2003 they will not honor the warranty-funny I purchased because of the warranty. Be careful if you use RHINO...
rize wrote:
I'm wanting to get a sprayed in bed liner in my truck and all the searching I've done I'm stuck between Rhino liner and Line-X. Both seem to very popular, I'm looking for some people's opinions on each preferably from personal experience. Or is there another brand out there that is better that I'm not aware of? Thanks!
unhappy

Pearl City, HI

#10 Jun 23, 2012
Purchased my RHINO linings in 2003 and I am having problems with trying to have warranty repairs done. Per RHINO "they only offer warranty if I purchased it after 2006"-never heard of such a thing.. I thought I was purchasing a lifetime warranty as my receipt says at the time of purchase. Be careful-aviod RHINO at all cost-they do not do as they say-only want your money-but no service after..
stefan

Rolla, MO

#11 Jun 23, 2012
Rustoleum makes a bed liner. Probably about 30 bucks for a gallon + painting supplies from an auto parts store like o'rilley or autozone.

I can't vouch for their bedliner (I've never used it), but Rustoleum makes good stuff. I'd consider doing that.

Other people have told me it is as tough as nails.
alec sbabo

Euless, TX

#12 Jun 23, 2012
Deffinetly rhino liner. Extreme Accerseries sprays them for pretty cheap
jim

Euless, TX

#13 Jun 23, 2012
unhappy wrote:
Purchased my RHINO linings in 2003 and I am having problems with trying to have warranty repairs done. Per RHINO "they only offer warranty if I purchased it after 2006"-never heard of such a thing.. I thought I was purchasing a lifetime warranty as my receipt says at the time of purchase. Be careful-aviod RHINO at all cost-they do not do as they say-only want your money-but no service after..
They probably made an improvement to the material in 2006, hence the 2006-up lifetime warranty.
Taylor slone

Clinton, MO

#14 Jun 27, 2012
just got my bed rhino lined at extreme excessories and its awsome and was finished and dried in one day
M-Truck

Milwaukee, WI

#15 Jan 16, 2013
Had Rhino liner put in the bed of my Silverado back in 2002. No problems, have never needed any repairs, looks fine. Lots of use over the years and has held up well. It's the old product from years ago that was cold sprayed in.
jake

Jefferson City, MO

#16 Jan 17, 2013
wherever you go just make sure the product is warrantied and make sure the warranty stations are near you! good luck
a

United States

#17 Jan 19, 2013
Linex is the best out there, if price isn't the concern line x is the best there is, good enough for foose ind. good enough for me.
JerseySouth

Mays Landing, NJ

#19 Jan 22, 2013
Looked into both Rhino and Linex. My son has Linex and he swears by it. I found out that they both use the same chemical spray. The most important part of getting the bed sprayed is the preparation. Make sure that the dealer doing the prep, uses power equipment to rough up the bed, spends a good hour on masking and prep work. Also, use a dealer that sprays "hot" Rhino vs "cold" application. Hot application gives better coverage and follows the contours of the bed better. The cost is about the same between the two, but the application is only as good as the tech doing the work...
LCG

Crescent City, CA

#20 Jan 28, 2013
getting line-X this week cost aprox $500
call a local car dealer and ask where they recommend the place I am gettng my line-X done
is not on the line-X list because the place puts in there own shops tag but it has line-x warrantee
good luck!!
BlownChevy

Fort Worth, TX

#21 Feb 15, 2013
LINE-X is much stronger than Rhino. Also LINE-X Premium keeps its color. Rhino fades to gray pretty fast. There's absolutely nothing about Rhino that's better than LINE-X.

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