Dealer where I got my truck wanted something like $300 for the one-piece drop-in liner, only warrantied for a year. The Dual Liner was less than a spray-in, and to me, offers just as much, if not more, protection, so I went with that instead.That looks/fits better than the Ford drop-in liner. I hate mine!
My 13 FX2 came with a Rhino spray in liner. First time I hauled anything (a wooden dresser, laid on it's back) the liner came off rubbed off. Now have white splotches and wide white bands showing where the liner came off. Liner was supposed to have been Installed by Rhino and it has the Rhino sticker in the box. Might be a one-off problem but for what they cost I would not go The Rhino route.Stuck between Rhino and Line-X. This truck shop near me sells, Xtreme Liner but I have never heard of it. Line X and Rhino are the most popular but any idea if anyone has heard of Xtreme Liners? If not would you choose between Rhino or Line-X
I only paid $450 for my Line-X...I figured a solution like this would be in the high $200 or low $300 range.
It was probably a bit of an exaggeration, but yes. The sides of the bed are scuffed up from general use. The bottom is too from a year or two being bare but not as bad since it has been lined for a while.Yea, the tailgate piece is really nice. It WOULD be cool if they made similar panels for the sides using factory mounting points.
So, that shiny aluminum...... do you mean on the unprotected areas of the truck?
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