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:goodpost:I am looking for input on spray on bed liners, Line-X vs. Rhino in particular. I have seen them before in other people's trucks. I want to hear from people who have had personal experiences with them. Which one is better and why, cost, etc...

Any input will be greatly appreciated.
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Best Spray on Bed Liner with a Low Cost Startup

:rockon:Sometimes back I got my truck sprayed on with Spray on bedliner of Qwikliner.It took only few seconds to set & the quality of finish is aeesome.I will definitely recommends qwikliner bed liners.
Extend the life of your vehicle and increase the NADA / Blue Book re-sale value with a real sprayed-on bedliner
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Qwikliner is the best bed liner in the market

:) I HAVE TRIED MANY TIMES .I AM FULLY SATISFIED WITH THEIR PERFORMANCE.The hybrid polyurea chemical that the QWIKLINER system delivers undergoes an exothermic reaction when mixed together in the static mixer. Once sprayed out of the air assisted head, the material sets up in a matter of seconds, conforming to every curve of you vehicle with a durable bond that is ready for use immediately.TRY IT:)
 

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Really Lame Try

Award winning - lamest attempt to make a commercial posting look like a real thread!

Used nearly identical fake name for three different posters?
Posting and responses in the middle of the night, within minutes of each other?

Come on, try harder next time.
 

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If you are following this thread with an honest interest, take it with a grain of salt. Most of the Quikliner references are being posted by one person, one set of IP addresses, signing up with different aliases. Never mind how lame they are to pick nearly identical fake names - the first two indicated they just happen to work for Quikliner.

If it truly is a great product, my suggestion would be for them to trust legit users to share their experience...



 

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Good catch, I'm glad someone is watching out for us! :laugh:
Since the topic (spray bedliners) came up again. I'll pitch my worthless opinion....

I had spray in bedliner in my Tundra. It was probably done when it was new. I absolutely hated it!!

First, it stunk.. bad smell even after 3 or 4 years. If I DID want sleep in the bed with the camper shell, I would not be able to stand the stink.

Secondly, the stuff is slick and anything you put in the bed slides all over. I had to put tie-downs and bungies on anything I wanted to carry in the bed.

Thirdly, my truck had a short shell top, so the sun here in AZ didn't get to it, but I've seen truck beds that are exposed the sun, and after a year or so the black crap starts to powder. It looks like crap! When the sun beats down it, it get hot, and acts like a "heat sink", heating up the whole truck.

And four... I've owned 4 Toyota trucks and a Chevy longbed, why do I want to protect the bed... it's a truck! In my 1985 Toyota shortbed, I hauled just about everything one could haul that would scatch or dent it. Everything from 700 rocks to scratchy pavers. And, yes the bed was a scratched and dented a little bit but it still looked OK.

I would guess that if there is any rust in the bed before you spray on the crap, you just cover it up and it continues to rust away and you don't see the damage.

That's just my worthless opinion. :D
 

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Truck Bed Liner Review

I figured that since I ended up purchasing the Dual Liner, I should at least share how well I liked it. I have had it in my truck a little less than a month and I have already put it to the test. With my trucks help I put in a flag stone patio over the 4th of July weekend. I hauled sand, crushed stone, 2 pallets of flag stone and a compactor. I can very easily say that the Dual Liner worked great for this type of use. I had them lift the pallets into my truck with a hi-lo (I wish that unloading would have been that easy) and they set it down right on the mat part of the bed liner. The Dual Liner worked perfectly holding the pallet and the compactor in place, it was like they were strapped in. I shoveled out the sand and crushed stone and I didn't have to worry about hitting the liner with the shovel, it didn't even leave a mark. I used a broom to get the rest of the sand and crushed stone out then took the hose and sprayed it off, looks as good as new. I would highly recommend the Dual Liner to anybody in the market for a bed liner. :grin:
 
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