• Welcome to For Trucks Only !

    We are a community of American Brand Pickup Truck and SUV owners. Join now! Its Free!

Rhino or Line-X?

CBJason

New Member
Joined
Apr 9, 2019
Messages
4
Reaction score
6
Location
Colorado
Is this like a Coke vs Pepsi thing or have there been any studies done comparing wear and fade on these brands over time?

I’d be interested to see if say a 12x12” square was sprayed using each product then left to the elements for a year or so to evaluate longevity.
 

7mopar

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 21, 2013
Messages
2,143
Reaction score
1,286
Location
Kingsville, MO
Don't know what was applied to the 2006 truck bed. For being a construction vehicle all its life it has held up well other than the bolt heads. Wonder why they appear to have never be coated?
 

Moparmat2000

Member
Joined
Oct 7, 2019
Messages
24
Reaction score
16
Location
West Texas
I had a professionally sprayed in liner called Armorthane. It's about 1/8" thick on the walls and floor. It has a harder durometer to it like a urethane skateboard wheel. Doesnt chip or chunk out like rhinoliner. I took the bed off my truck for a fuel pump change. While bed was off I floated out the dents I could get to underneath, the rest that I couldent reach, I ground out, and filled. I used a large 2 tube kit of JB weld, and used it like auto body filler. Then I had em armorthane it.
 
Top