Spray in bedliner

rickyd

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Im curious about getting a spray in bedliner for my truck.. I seen one that comes in differen't colors.. WHat should i look for in a spay in bedliner?? Should i just go buy a do it yourself kit or have one installed?? Whats your reccomendation??
Thanks in advance,
Rick
 

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The Ryan spray in's look hadr to beat but ive never used one. I bet you could find a wealth of info on www.offroad.com/toc in one of the truck fourms.
 

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LineX.

I had a rinoliner in my last truck. It was better than nothing but was easy to damage with sharp edges. Oh sure thay would fix it but then I have to leave it there for 4 hours and deal with picking it up later and....
 

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I second the Lynex- My bed is 3 years old and has taken a beating. there are only 2 small (less then 1/2" cuts) right at the tailgate where the loading ramp sits the rest looks like new (just covered with 1" of red clay right now
 

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i had the ryno for 5 years it was the best thing i did to my truck.i think it really maters who installs the liner though because if its not mixed right it will not harden enough or harden too much and crack but mine was done just right it still looks new and i use the truck every day for work and play
 

rickyd

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Thanks for the info, i've been looking at the Lynex.. WHat kind of price if i may ask??
Thanks again,
Rick
 

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Expect to pay around $350 to $425 for a quality spray in liner depending on bed size and if it's over or under the bed rails.