Are you wondering how a Line-X bed liner compares to a DualLiner truck bed liner? Line-X offers spray-in bed liners as an alternative to DualLiner’s five-piece interlocking design. Here’s our good-faith attempt to give anyone considering our product and the Line-X product a fair rundown of each bed liner’s pros and cons. First, we’ll start with the cons.
Category: Bedliner Info
Car and truck lovers across the country eagerly await the results of Cars.com’s “Best of” analysis each year to find out what vehicles and accessories will receive the website’s coveted awards. This isn’t a contest that a manufacturer can pay a fee to enter. Instead, it’s something much more valuable: Cars.com objectively looks at what’s being produced in the vehicle industry that year and their recognition of the highest levels[…]
A ½ ton pickup truck—also known as a light-duty pickup truck—can be used to haul cargo, whether that’s work-related equipment, building supplies, recreational items, or something else that’s important to you. But what exactly does the half-ton figure describe? The weight of the vehicle? The amount of cargo it can carry? Or something else entirely? To help, this post will share definitions and provide answers, while also offering a way[…]
The drawbacks of spray-in bedliners are well known. One of the most notorious issues is that installing them requires you to sand down the paint on your truck’s bed, damaging your paint job and potentially voiding your warranty. There are several other issues, including overspray, where the spray-on material gets stuck on places it doesn’t belong, plus cracking and peeling, fading, and dissatisfaction over poor quality. If you, like many[…]
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