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Old 09-26-2013, 07:34 PM
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Rhino Color match Bed Liner Fading?

The dealer won't farm out a color match liner because the service manager says they fade.
Has anyone had a Rhino color match fade?
I don't see a serious problem if a gold tone liner fades.
What do you think?
Right now I'm opting to skip the liner and have it done on my own.
The dealer will do it for the cost of the job so it's not going to save me any $$ by having it done myself.
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Instead of Rhino, go with Line-X...they claim no fade and should be no diff in price than Rhino. I've had both (but both were black) and no problems with Line-X. My Rhino faded like crazy.
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Thank you Pof!
That is exactly what I wanted to know!
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Spend a little more and get the Line-X Premium for UV protection and it won't fade.
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Most bedliner colored liners will lose gloss and fade over time without UV protection, its the nature of the color added into the chemical
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