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Old 02-25-2019, 06:40 PM   #1
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Truck Liner

I am fairly new to RVing and have a Fifth Wheel. I understand a traditional truck liner will not work. They say spray liners are the best. Does anyone have a recommendation?
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Old 02-25-2019, 06:44 PM   #2
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Yes LINE-X! I have had both sprayed in bed lines and LINE-X is far supieor to any other sprayed in liner. I have had my sprayed in bed liner going on 10 years now and every time I wash the bed out it still looks new.

Here is a link for you to review:https://tundraheadquarters.com/blog/...ino-bed-liner/
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Im going to second linex, good stuff.
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I donít have a truck (or 5ver) yet, but when I do get a truck is will be set up for 5th wheel and have the puck system. Will LINE-X interfear with the puck system?
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Old 02-26-2019, 06:28 AM   #5
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Iíve had line x in four trucks, three were construction vehicles. I never damaged that stuff . My next truck will have it
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I donít have a truck (or 5ver) yet, but when I do get a truck is will be set up for 5th wheel and have the puck system. Will LINE-X interfear with the puck system?
Nope. At least on my RAM. Makes it a little harder to install the bed plugs when hitch is removed.
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When I had a OEM style puck system installed in my F250, the guy cut the holes for the pucks, applied the spray on liner, then finished the installation of the hitch. Came out great and looks like it came from the factory that way.
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I donít have a truck (or 5ver) yet, but when I do get a truck is will be set up for 5th wheel and have the puck system. Will LINE-X interfear with the puck system?
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Nope. At least on my RAM. Makes it a little harder to install the bed plugs when hitch is removed.

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Line-X in our 2016 Ram with pucks, no issues.
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Old 10-17-2019, 11:18 PM   #9
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They say spray liners are the best.

Who says that? I read that spray liners are the worst https://tonneaucovershub.com/types-of-truck-bed-liners/
They're prone to scratches and at the same time very hard to remove
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Who says that? I read that spray liners are the worst https://tonneaucovershub.com/types-of-truck-bed-liners/
They're prone to scratches and at the same time very hard to remove
Ive never removed a bedliner once its in, drop in liners will rot your bed out eventually, spray in liners ARE repairBle (most have a lifetime gaurantee), spray in liners are EXTREMELY tough. I would be willing to bet whoever wrote that article doesnt even own a truck.
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Old 10-18-2019, 09:16 PM   #11
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I vote for Line-X also. Tuff as nails and looks great.
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Ive never removed a bedliner once its in, drop in liners will rot your bed out eventually, spray in liners ARE repairBle (most have a lifetime gaurantee), spray in liners are EXTREMELY tough. I would be willing to bet whoever wrote that article doesnt even own a truck.
No, who ever wrote that is trying to sell the opposite of spray in bedliners. It isn't a discussion, it is an advertisement.

And it also makes me wonder about someone who picks this subject to motivate them to register and make this their first posting.
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Old 10-21-2019, 07:47 PM   #13
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Go Line-X or Bullet. Iíve had those in all my trucks.
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Who says that? I read that spray liners are the worst https://tonneaucovershub.com/types-of-truck-bed-liners/
They're prone to scratches and at the same time very hard to remove
Ok, so I read the article.

I'm going to support spray-in liners. What ever X we're at. I'v had two and I can tell you the paint in NOT sanded off. I know this because I've had a couple of gouges that needed to be repaired and I saw paint under the gouge. Not only that but it would be impossible to sand off the paint, prep and apply the liner in the amount of time it took them to do it.

Also, why in the world would I want to remove a sprayed liner?!?! And they are NOT prone to scratches. At least not Line-X. I had to work hard to get those gouges. Bricks and blocks. Also not having the 5r quite high enough when hooking up and putting a gouge in the tailgate.
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