Line-X?

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I wonder if it's more for a long bed?

When I get mine done im going to put on some tie down brackets first.
 

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Number one rule of Line-X: Never let them put the logo in the bed or on the back window.
 

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My cousin's Sierra had line-x last year and it cost him around $450. And If I'm going to bedline my truck bed, I will try the Bedrug which costs the same or even less but more knee friendly since it has cushioning feature.
 

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My cousin's Sierra had line-x last year and it cost him around $450. And If I'm going to bedline my truck bed, I will try the Bedrug which costs the same or even less but more knee friendly since it has cushioning feature.

What are you doing that's causing so much wear to your knees? :jester:
 

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I like my rhino liner, it is very grippy and not gritty.
 

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I got an off brand from the dealer. It's okay, but I wish I would have paid the same money for Line-x. A lot of our work trucks have it and I really like it :rolleyes:
 

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