I currently have a roll on bedliner, not sure what brand. Nice and thick, only been replaced once. If your bed will be getting a lot of use, I'd use a roll on myself, but then again I have not tried a spray on bed liner either. YMMV.
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"Big Blue" 1992 Ford F150 XLT 4X4 Extended Cab, 351 Windsor, Towing Package, 3G swap
2006 Expedition XLT 5.4 | SGII | Running board delete | Tow Mirror install l
1997 F250 PSD
1993 F350 (Sold)
I have had the several spray in bed liners and I went with the dual liner this time. Initial install took about 30 - 45 mins. But I have the factory 5th wheel hitch in my truck so I had to do some modifications which took me about 6 hrs. To cut out the side panel and rubber floor mat for the hitch and electrical connector. Check out my photo album there is a pic there. I would have posted here but couldn't get the URL copied on my iPad to paste into post. They also have a discount code here in this thread. So far I'm very pleased with it.
2012 platinum white F350 Lariat CC 4wd DRW, 3:73, satellite radio w/ GPS, Ford molded mud flaps, DualLiner bed liner,Recon tailgate lights. (Our travel truck)
2007 white F250 Lariat EC 4wd 3.73 8.2 ft Boss VXT Snowplow (my work truck)
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