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Old 03-28-2012, 11:22 PM
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What is the best spray in bed liner?
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:30 AM
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Hey there 2tone, welcome to the forum, glad to have u here. I'm kinda new to this as well. But what state u live in? I live in Tacoma Washington, I have a full metal jacket spray in bedliner and I believe it's 90mm grade. I love it a lot and I'm lookin into have the dealership put a remote start on my stick alarm system but it's pretty spendy like $600 for the remote start to be added.
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I live in Montgomery Al .remote start is nice it came with this model of truck I own but the dealer wanted to do a spray in liner for 800 dollars and I said forget it I will shop around for one.
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I have gone with the Bed Rug solution and it is great. The only issues that I have run into in the past is when ya throw weeds and sticks in to the truck that stuff gets stuck in the carpet pile and takes a bit longer to clean out. As for rocks, mud and sand that hoses out quickly. The photo is the last part of my installation
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If i didn't have permanently mounted tool boxes in my Ram's bed
I would have gone with the BEDRUG, i like the one from the dealership with the Ram Head
I had to mount my very large toolboxes & went with the spray in Line-X bed liner
I also had it on my last pickup
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I have heard Line-X is the best product. Not too poorly priced either. as far as Alarms, I have a Python Alarm/Start. Works pretty good, range is excellent and can have it hooked up to my phone. Handy as all hell
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I had rhino liner on my last truck.

It was excellent for durability but it faded and looked generally pretty bad towards the end.

I don't know if there is any spray in that WON'T fade in the sun, but I'm a Tonneau cover guy now, so...
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I had rhino liner on my last truck.

It was excellent for durability but it faded and looked generally pretty bad towards the end.

I don't know if there is any spray in that WON'T fade in the sun, but I'm a Tonneau cover guy now, so...
thought rhino would respray if it faded under warranty?
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I have gone with the Bed Rug solution and it is great. The only issues that I have run into in the past is when ya throw weeds and sticks in to the truck that stuff gets stuck in the carpet pile and takes a bit longer to clean out. As for rocks, mud and sand that hoses out quickly. The photo is the last part of my installation
i keep procrastinating on the bed rug as i think i might just leave the bed open. how is yours holding up to rain and snow, does it hold water underneath. i would try a carpet rake to get the weeds and grass clippings out.
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I know it gets bashed quite often but I have the Rhino. So far the thing is amazing and is holding up very well. As far as an auto start, I plan on doing an aftermarket unit because of all the other features included. However if all your looking for in JUST the auto start then go with the factory unit...
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