Wondering what a Rhino liner install costs? We conducted a national survey of Line-X and Rhino Liner installers and we learned that the national average install price is $470.41. That’s nearly $100 more than a DualLiner (which, for the record, does a better job of protecting your truck bed).
One of the most ignored items when purchasing a used truck is the state of the bed. Most buyers don’t think they can do much to upgrade the look of a dented and dinged truck bed. They also think a spray-in liner is best bedliner for used trucks. Not so fast. Here are few reasons and a real life example why a DualLiner is the best bedliner for used trucks.[…]
One of the most common thread starters on forums and Facebook groups goes something like this: “Looking for a bed liner, should I go spray-in or drop-in?”. In this post, we’ll try to answer that question as well as we can, with an unbiased review of what it’s like to own a spray in vs drop in bed liner. Feel free to comment on what we got right or wrong.[…]
We completely support people with the DIY spirit. After all, who has the time or money to pay someone else to do something you might be pretty good at? While we believe the DualLiner system is the best option for DIY’ers, we’ve laid out some alternatives. Roll-On/Brush-On Bedliners This is a kind of liner was developed to target the DIY crowd. It is applied the same way that you apply[…]