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I wanted better protection then paint in the bed from carrying stuff and just walking in the bed it has scratched so I decided i didnt what to go up over the sides of the bed just looks like a hardcore work truck and i wanted to keep it on the path to a SS.... It ran me $200 + tip ($20) what do you guys think...

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clean, looks good!
 

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linex, rhino, or what? I've heard that rhino is about $400. Hopefully I can get it cheaper. There's a rhino liner place across town from me, but i've been too lazy to go over there or call. haha
 

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im not really sure im thinking rhino like, I have only been working here a short time the body shop did it for me.
 

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Are there big bubbles or a lot of little bubbles in the liner? If the liner has a lot of little bubbles and feels kinda like sand paper, then it's a high pressure liner which means it's not a Rhino Liner. If there are bigger bubbles, and things pretty much stay where they are in the bed, then it's possible that it is a Rhino.
 

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im not sure the bubbles are kind of small im just glad i got a good price
 
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