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    Paper Hunter
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    Black Line-X doesn't get hot in the sun, Rhino lining does. Seriously, the black paint of my truck is too hot to touch on a summer day but the lining is no problem at all. 2000 chevy with Line-X, been very durable with just minor scratches from extremely heavy stuff drug across it. I would do the Line-X again.

    Most creative Line-X application I saw was on a racing Kart body panels when I used to race, great application for it there and it matched the rest of his KArt as it was tinted green when applied.

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    Fleeing Idaho to get IKEA Bailey Guns's Avatar
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    I've always had spray-in bed liners in my trucks. But, I now have a bed rug in my F-250. I like it though I wouldn't say it's better/worse than a spray liner. I was concerned about sliding heavy items in and out of the bed with the rug but that's turned out to be a non-issue. It's very soft and we've even slept on it during a camping trip. It's only been in the truck for about 8 months so I'm not sure how well it will hold up over time.



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    Line-X in every truck we have.

    Well worth it.
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    How was I unaware about Line-X not retaining heat?!

    Maybe I just plumb forgot. Thanks for the reminder!
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    Any recommendations for a good local Line-X company? Denver metro area?

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    If you're in Littleton there's Line-X of South Metro:

    https://linex.com/us/line-x-of-south-metro-F0965

    I've had a truck done there and was very satisfied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 00tec View Post
    I'm going the DIY route on mine. Getting Raptor Liner to spray on the rocker panels to address some rock chips.
    I Raptor lined a friends Jeep 6 years ago. He has taken it through oak brush and off roaded a lot while hunting. It still looks like new, including being shiny as the day it was sprayed. It is all in the prep. It covered all the rock chips nicely.

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    Gong Shooter
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    Bed rug is fine as long you as you have a topper. I went with line X on my truck, had them do the wheel wheels and rocker panels. Would do it to a new truck when I get one.

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    I will take the low tech rubber mat any day of the week. I have seen too many spray in bedliners that started to peel and held moisture .
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    Quote Originally Posted by BPTactical View Post
    I will take the low tech rubber mat any day of the week. I have seen too many spray in bedliners that started to peel and held moisture .
    My "Over the Rail" Line-X has been in since July 2004. Zero issues not self induced. Like has been said, it's all (or mostly) in the prep. Proper application is also important.
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