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What do you all think of spray in or roll on or brush on bedliners?
I want to use my Ranchero as a shop truck even after the new paint job.
I have looked at:

Line X - They have a dealer about 200 miles away in our neighbor country of Denmark.

Hippo Bedliner - Do it your self, Dealer here in Sweden

Herculiner - Do it your self, no dealer in Europe

Rhinolinings - No dealers near me

Rattleguard - No dealers in Europe

What do you think is the dealer applied Line-X better than the Do-it-your-self ones?

I have never even seen this type of bedliner in real life so all of your feedback is appreciated.

Regards Magnus
 

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LineX been there done this, even had the gun to apply it myself. Well now its having issues and I have no warranty aginst myself! Had a truck with Line X in it and was the greatest thing since sliced bread in a bag.
 

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Thanks,
Warranty sertainly speaks for lineX.
I have to contact them about cost.
Hippo Bedliner was almost to low.

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Hello Magnus,

I have sprayed on bed liners by Rino (its like LineX) in all my trucks that I have owned for many years(about 20). I have used spray on in my boats and as undercoating. My brother uses the roll on bed liner with results just as good as I have had with the spray on liners. I guess what I am saying is you will not go wrong with either.

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I have applied qwikliner on my truck.It prevents my bedliner from rust ,dents,scratches and chemical corrosion.It extends the life of my vehicle.
 

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No paint on bed liner will prevents dents.
Full Metal Jacket is applied at 800 degrees and is put on thick, but still can't prevent dents. I know. I threw a 2X4 in the back of a friends truck and it dented the wheel well. He wasn't pleased.
 

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Qwikliner has a 1/8" thickness and a lifetime warranty against chipping, peeling or cracking.It extends the life of vehicle and increase the NADA/Blue Book re-sale value with a real sprayed -on bedliner.
 

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I used qwikliner spray on bedliner.It is based on the low pressure system."Low Pressure" material is softer and more rubber like with a coarser texture.This makes it more slip resistant. Because it has a 15-20 second gel time it can flow into low places and fill them much better than "High Pressure" can. Due to "Low Pressure's" density and thickness, it is an excellent sound deadener. Body rattle and road noise are greatly reduced.
 
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