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I put the cheap spray in bedliner in my S-10 today and did everything cept the tailgate, I was wondering if it was ok to do the inside of the tailgate and how well will this stuff stick and after dry will it stain or get on your clothes when someone is sitting on the gate.
 

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I had a friend do it to his.......He did the tailgate and doesn't seem to rub off on your clothes. But, If a Girl(hottie) were to sit on it I would get a towel just to be sure :waytogo:
 

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Thanks man

Naw this is on my daily driver and I rarely haul anything in it, but the bed was scratched up bad. I just wanted to make it look a little better without paying over $50
 

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i hate that do it yourself shit! eventually it will have to be removed, and will take more work than youd ever imagine.
 

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i got question and didnt wana start a new thread ,, rhinolining is it rough to the touch the reason im askin is like say girls wana sit on the tail gate in short shorts ya kno and it wont scratch there legs lol thanks :D
 

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Slawinitup said:
i got question and didnt wana start a new thread ,, rhinolining is it rough to the touch the reason im askin is like say girls wana sit on the tail gate in short shorts ya kno and it wont scratch there legs lol thanks :D
rhino lining is not. neither is toff or speedliner. linex and dermalac are tho. you just need to see what is out there before you get it done.
 

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Actually, LINE-X's texture can be varied. Tell the dealer you want a light texture, like an orange peel. LINE-X is the best.
 

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Actually, LINE-X's texture can be varied. Tell the dealer you want a light texture, like an orange peel. LINE-X is the best.
any liners texture can be varied. linex gets VERY hard though, alot of the other liners stay a little softer but are just as durable.
 

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Yes, LINE-X is harder, but is MORE durable than many liners on the market.
i have been selling linex and toff for about 3 years. i have had way more problems with linex. i have had about 1 problem with toff for every 10 problems with linex. linex may be a little harder, but classically it is sprayed thinner than most of the other liners.
 

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can this stuff be applied over chrome? as in my bumper, push bar, and grill?
 

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Josh, I would find another LINE-X dealer. LINE-X should be 1/4" on the bed and 1/8" on the sides. Toff is only really known in Texas and it seems like they are being pushed out of the market. The Toff applications I have run across looked terrible. Toff is a very soft liner and tends to gouge, especially in the summer when it's hot. I realize you may have had a different experiences with both products, both those are mine.

You cannot spray LINE-X on chrome directly. The chome either has to be sandblasted off or a heavy dose of etching primer has to be applied.
 

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GMGasm said:
Josh, I would find another LINE-X dealer. LINE-X should be 1/4" on the bed and 1/8" on the sides. Toff is only really known in Texas and it seems like they are being pushed out of the market. The Toff applications I have run across looked terrible. Toff is a very soft liner and tends to gouge, especially in the summer when it's hot. I realize you may have had a different experiences with both products, both those are mine.

You cannot spray LINE-X on chrome directly. The chome either has to be sandblasted off or a heavy dose of etching primer has to be applied.
toff has actually expanded alot lately here, i agree that linex should be the thicknesses mentioned above, but ive seen them tear even at that thickness. toff is a softer liner, but id much rather be sitting on toff in shorts than any other liner. i carry jagged metal sometimes in the bed of my truck, and have never had any problems with toff, ive had it in 2 trucks. i guess the decision comes down to go with what you know. i still sell linex everyday, and i agree that it is a good liner. but i will never have one in my bed.

you seem to know alot about these, are you in this business too?
 

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Very unusual indeed. Toff's tear strength is 250 lbs. and LINE-X is 304 lbs. Toff's temperature tolerance is 212 degrees, LINE-X's is 250 degrees, (which is important b/c liners lose strength as they approach their temp tolerance). Oh well.
 

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GMGasm said:
Very unusual indeed. Toff's tear strength is 250 lbs. and LINE-X is 304 lbs. Toff's temperature tolerance is 212 degrees, LINE-X's is 250 degrees, (which is important b/c liners lose strength as they approach their temp tolerance). Oh well.
damn, you really know your bedliners... do you sell them?
 
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