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Old 04-16-2013, 04:04 PM
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If they will honor the warranty(they should) then they will grind/sand out the bad areas and re spray them. You will just have a very minor line where the seams are. If you go to linex and get the renew it will look brand new and be better than the original rhino liner.

I don't know how people tear up these liners. We use the hell out of our beds and our regular linex liners look like new. No a single dent or tear or peel anywhere. And I'm not just talking about 2x4's and mulch, I slide pallets of brick, etc weighing 1,000+ lbs in my bed often and no damage. I mean I'm pretty careful when loading and unloading, but to me that's just common sense. Use a little caution and it'll last forever. Mine's out in the sun 24/7 too, but I use the cleaner/protectant on it once or twice a year and it looks pretty good.
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