You use your pickup truck’s bed for a lot of important things. Unfortunately, when you use a plastic slide in bedliner, it’s really easy for your important cargo to slip around and possibly even get damaged. Below are 10 things you really don’t want to slide around in the back of your truck.
Tagged: Spray-on Truck Bed Liner and Costs
Comparisons, photos, prices, cost and information on spray-on bedliners vs other types of truck bed protection
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).
If you’re still unsure whether DualLiner is the product for you then you only have to look at the testimonials from our satisfied customers. When you read these DualLiner reviews, you’ll notice a few patterns emerging with what our customers have to say.
One of the most common thread starters on forums and Facebook groups goes something like this: “Looking for a bedliner, 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 un-biased review of what it’s like to own a spray in vs drop in bedliner. Feel free to comment on what we got right or wrong. NOTE: These pros[…]