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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2009, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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I am looking for input on spray on bed liners, Qwikliner vs Line-X 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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I know this is probably a spam feed to get "that" name in here, but I'll put in my two cents, just in case...

We did the entire tub of our old Chevy Blazer with LineX. Very happy with result. It was early in spray-on technology and many products were already showing problems with peeling and oxidizing/turning white as they aged. The LineX held up terrific.

We also had good luck with Permatech a couple years later; only one we found that actually could mix factory and custom paint colors in the material. We had the outside of our Tahoe sprayed black with blue metallic flake. Again, it's holding up really well.

Personally, I would stay with a name brand - RhinoLining, LineX, PermaTech. We are pretty conscious of supporting companies that support our industry back - not just make a quick buck, take it and run.

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what ever it is spam or not .I will suggests u go to the line-x.Because it is tough,durable and water resistant matter.I have tried from the last two years on my truck .I am fully satisfied with line_x.
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I used a product called DuraLiner. It is that same basic fumula that Line-x uses except you do it yourself with porous rollers. Of course you have to sand and prep the bed before using it, and that takes the most time. The best part is you don't have to drape and mast the whole truck before you do it. You have to thoroughly mix the goop before speading it on. I used a paint mixer on a drill. After two years, I was very impressed with the results. At around $90 a can, you can do it yourself in about four hours. It is set, hardened, and ready for use the next day. If you like to fab your own stuff, it's great for that too. I fabbed a set of steps for my old truck and put this stuff on. I didn't regret it.

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