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Line-x or Bedtred ?

Discussion in 'Truck Bed Accessories' started by Lady Dominatrux, Oct 1, 2017.

  1. Lady Dominatrux

    Lady Dominatrux Dominatrix of Baseball

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    I hate it there are so many options out there for bedliner. Just when I was all set to make an appointment to do the line-x. Someone mentions bedtred.

    Anyone know if they are good or not? Ive checked the website.

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  2. PenguinLTZ

    PenguinLTZ I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    Never heard of them. What does a Google search for reviews reveal?

    I like Rhino, Arma, and Line X, in that order. My Rhino Liner I have now is great. No fade, super thick.
     
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    Lady Dominatrux Dominatrix of Baseball

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    Ill check when im at work.

    Is rhino liner like line-x? Spray on

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    PenguinLTZ I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    So, it's just like BedRug? I thought it was a spray in. I guess you just have to figure out what is most practical for you. If only very light hauling, and trying to prevent scratches is all that you are looking for, a rug might make sense.
     
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    PenguinLTZ I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    Yes, spray in. AFAIK, it was the first/original spray in

    I did not realize this BedTred thing was just another BedRug, when I replied
     
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    Dartboy I actually AM too lazy to Choose a Custom Title

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    What do you think you'll be putting in the bed? Spray-in liners can be pretty expensive, I wouldn't bother unless you're going to be beating the hell out of it.
     
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    txab Don't get stuck on stupid!

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    Rhino ftw
     
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    One of the companies close by to me which is (Line-X) charges 475 for standard.

    IDK is that expensive or cheap?

    I am not going to be putting anything heavy inside. Nothing construction related but I might put some stuff to move from one location to another, maybe a tent, bicycles, small ladder (when I go on my photography trips). Sleeping bag when I am sleeping under the stars.
     
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    I am a huge Line-X fan, but based on your intended use, sounds like a bed rug would be a good choice.

    How much are bed rugs?
     
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    My last truck had a spray in (some off brand) and this one has Line-x. I'm just a suburban dude that hauls a few bags of mulch every so often, but I'd never not have a truck with a spray-in.

    I have a coworker with a topper on his Ford, with a bedrug. It is 100% watertight and seems just like the back end of a SUV, really. But I don't like the idea of getting the bedrug dirty. I know you can hose them off, but that just doesn't seem like a good idea to me.

    I'd never consider a drop-in liner. The only case would be if you plan to load with a forklift daily, the spray in liner makes that tougher.
     

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