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Spray in bedliners

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Wondering if anyone has a spray in bedliner in there truck? If so what type is it and are you happy with it?

Thanks

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They are awesome! I've had 3 different brands in my last 3 trucks and have liked them all once they are sprayed in. I think the only part a person may be unhappy with is the install. Most installers do a great job but I have heard of sloppy installs too.

-Andy

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yup they are great, as long as you find a good installer. Ive seen them used in the boxes of artuculated haul trucks, they last ok, but thats extreme abuse. A much better option then the removable ones.

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I'm going on 6 yrs on mine (Line-X) and it has held up great. Firewood, rock, sand etc. and no gouges or chips in it. I'll get it again when it's time for the next truck.

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A coworker and I bought new Dodges last weekend. We were gonna get Line-x but the closest shop is in Omaha. I`m glad I saw this thread to help me choose one of the closer guys, thanks.

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Seaguar there are line-x and rhino liner dealers in Sioux Falls.

Thats what we thought also. After a dozen phone calls to SF #s and one to the Line-x hdqrtrs we were told the one on Kiwanis closed. If you know of another please let me know because I`d still rather have that.

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Where in Iowa are you located? There is one in Mankato MN, I'm not sure if that is to far for you or not.

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Thanks Nutty. That might be shorter milewise but take longer than Omaha. I`m in Soux Center btw.

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