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I recently purchased a 2008 Pro 4X Titan, and was wanting to add a spray on bedliner. Has anyone had any experiences (good or bad) with Rhino liner or Line X. Any suggestions?
 

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There is quite a bit of info on the web. Pros and cons from both sides. IMHO, Rhino is thicker/softer better for transporting things that can't be damaged, Line-X is more abrasive and difficult to harm. I am in same boat as you and personally am going with Line-X since I use the truck for more heavy hauling then furniture type stuff.
 

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I'd go with Line X. Several of my friends had it done to their trucks and it looks great. They say you cannot damage it no matter what what you do to it.
 

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Line-x ALL the way. Next day after sprayed in old truck, drug a 302 ford motor across the bed and didnt leave a mark. The rhino liner fades really fast and is softer. I have seen it tear pretty easily
 

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I have seen both in friend's trucks and I would lean towards Line-X. I have seen where Rhino gouges easily, whereas the Line-X holds up more to items being dragged across it. It also does not fade as much as Rhino, as mentioned in the above post. Line-X also looks similar to the OEM Nissan bed liner, of which I have and it has held up great for 2 years now with no fading or scratches.
 

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I have seen line-x rip in a couple of our work trucks but I guess we do put them through a lot. We put sanders back there and big tank sprayers that can sometimes slide around. I don't have any experience with rhino liners.
 

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My stock bedlining from nissan blows. I guess some get lucky where they had the good guy working the day they sprayed it. Better than nothing though thats for sure
 

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LINE-X .... you can see already everyone likes it... it is by far the best out..
 

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I've had several trucks Line-X'ed, and was all set with cash in hand to do my new Titan...but it had the Utility Bed option...but if ever goes bad, might have it Line-X'ed...
I don't think there is anything wrong with Rhino, but I've had had great results w/Line-X.

Side note: how the lineing is applied makes the difference, Line-X done by morons will had bad results, find guys who can vouch for whoever is going to do the job first to insure they know what they're doing...
 

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I had Line-X put into my last truck that would move lawnmowers and snowblowers day in and day out for 4 years and you couldnt even see a mark on it when I sold the truck. Line-X all the way :)
 

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GrayB83 said:
I have seen line-x rip in a couple of our work trucks but I guess we do put them through a lot. We put sanders back there and big tank sprayers that can sometimes slide around. I don't have any experience with rhino liners.
Yes, and they will repair it for free!!
 

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I have gouged my Rhino lining with a motor in the back.
 

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Line-X all the way. They can fix it if you ever mess it up, and you'll never find the repair if it's done right.
 

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IMO line-x looks alot better too. It is more uniform and smooth. All the Rhino's I have seen seem to be somewhat lumpy and cheap looking. Line-x does fade to though. I have had one in all my trucks and it seems like after about a year it starts to get a grey tinge to it. I use a product called Back-to-Black that seems to bring the color back to it for a while.
 

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Rhino lining, i have had chevy small block's and transmissions sliding around, when you have oil coming out of them they will slide, on my rhino i had sprayed in my chevy with no problems. We have a company truck with the line-x, less than 6 months old and it is starting to flake and peel up. The truck is for a sellsman so you know it does not haul alot of stuff.
 

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Line-X. I had it in my old truck - no probs in 5 years. Got Rhino in my Titan b/c there is no Line-X installer where I live now. I hauled a load of dirt to my house to fill in holes and the shovel rubbing against the fender wells was enough to gouge permanent marks in the Rhino.
 
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