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    Bedliners - Opinions - Options

    Gonna be getting the bed done here in the coming weeks with the weather being better looking around for options and have seen LineX, Rhino, Scorpion and then came across Speedliner.

    I’ve heard of the first 3 before and it seems that the Rhino and Scorpion are pretty similar being a soft compound and the LineX being a hard surface.

    We have a few trucks at work with the factory Ford liner which looks to be LineX and holds up but being shop trucks they get beat up and have already chipped after 2 years.

    Anybody have any experience with the Speedliner brand?

    This one I haven’t heard of and have found little info on them but what I did find reads good and I seen they have Kevlar in theirs making me think it will be even more durable.

    I haven’t looked into pricing yet on this brand but I did see there was a body shop that is an installer close by.

    I’ll probably call on Monday but was just fishing for some feedback if anyone has had any experience with this product good or bad.


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    I'm a linex premium person over any of these.

    I like the compound setup and the UV protection plus nationwide warranty and it actually protects the bed from dents and holes.



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    LineX for me.


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    Line x for sure.

    I use to work at a line x shop and they are solid with a lifetime warranty.

    2 part high heat high pressure application, dries in seconds and cures after 24hr.

    I wouldn't go any other way plus you can do you quarters and rockers ad well if u have a black truck or they can put color in it.

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    Thanks for the replies.

    I’ve been leaning more towards the LineX for quite a while cause I don’t really like the others' rubbery feel.

    Yes, I will get the rockers done up to the first lower body line and get it colored to blend in.


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    Whatever RAM uses for their factory spray in option has held up to running snowmobile carbides up in for years in multiple trucks.

    And those can really do some damage.

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