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Old 05-16-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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Rhino Liner or Linex

I just got a 2014 Ram 1500 with the 6'4" bed. I am looking into getting a spray on bedliner. Which one do you guys recommend Rhino Liner or Linex? Likes and Dislikes? Also about how much would I be looking to spend on a spray in liner?

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Old 05-16-2014, 02:37 PM   #2
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I've had a Rhino in my '05 since new and it still looks new HOWEVER if doing it over again with today's current materials I would select Line-X.
There are pros & cons for each and I'm sure other's will chime in soon .


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Linex a lot grittier and looks better IMO.

My brothers chevy has rhino liner and it's faded and chipping in spots he said himself if he did it again he would do linex much nicer
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Can't speak for Linex but I do like my Rhino Lining, it had a curing issue a week after I got it where it started to bubble on the top edge of the bed...but it was fixed at know cost. Other than that I've only had a couple of small chips at the very edge of the bed, but I also use my truck as a truck when I need to...tossing bricks, tow chains, steel, fire wood, etc. So it has seen some use and abuse. Can't say how much it cost, but it was definitely worth it! I also have the original Undercover bed cover, big fan of that also...comes off in less that a minute with 2 people.
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i have linex in mine, its decent for what it is, very slippery tho. i haqve my running boards done in reflex bedliner. kinda rubbery i like that stuff....very grippy
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Thanks for the info.
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just some food for thought

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Right now, the absolute best bedliner you can buy is LINE-X Platinum. No other company has a product as strong, thick, and UV stable; not Rhino, Bullet, Reflex, etc. However, if Platinum is not in your budget, take a look at LINE-X Premium. Premium is strong, UV stable, and is easy to clean.

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I plan to go with the LINE-X bed liner as soon as I can come up with the money.
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Right now, the absolute best bedliner you can buy is LINE-X Platinum. No other company has a product as strong, thick, and UV stable; not Rhino, Bullet, Reflex, etc. However, if Platinum is not in your budget, take a look at LINE-X Premium. Premium is strong, UV stable, and is easy to clean.

LINE-X Platinum (in black, other colors are available)







LINE-X Premium


If I didn't already have the full Rhino when new in '05 I would DEFINITELY go with the Line-X Platinum in a matching factory color .
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