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Old 03-22-2013, 04:25 PM
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About to Rhino Liner my F350

I'm going to have a spray in bed liner done soon on my '97 F350; currently, it just has the bare bed, and I've been wanting to have it done for a while. I hardly ever drive my truck, and when I do, it's just for odd jobs anyway.

I have had my mind set on Line-X; however, my local installer is not very confidence inspiring. It is a very small operation, which looks to have very little activity. I have left two emails, one voice mail, showed up in person twice and the front doors have been locked...heck- I've only seen the guy once in his showroom. I have even emailed Line-X directly wondering what I have to do for them to sell me their product. The next closest installer is about an hour and a half away....add in the cost of my fuel and time, well...you get the idea.

The Rhino Linings installer is 5min down the road, and is part of a long standing, reputable body shop. They were immediately friendly and helpful. About the same price. Same nationwide warranty, as stated on Rhino's website.

I have been wanting Line-X for quite some time; I like the harder material, albeit slightly abrasive on the knees and cargo. However, I could also appreciate the Rhino's lack of cargo sliding.

I'm only gonna try so hard to let Line-X take my money, so it looks like Rhino Liner is going to earn my business by default.
1997 F350 4x4 O.R.P., 7.5L, 3.55, ZF 5-spd, Eagle rims, 285/75 R16 G/Y Silent Armor tires, true 3" single exhaust w/ Hooker Aerochamber.
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Old 03-24-2013, 07:23 PM
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That sucks because LINE-X products are superior to Rhino products. But, you tried!

The closest LINE-X dealer is in Fremont, about 20 miles from you.
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