First super duty

Tjh1023

Tremor Newbie
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2023 Gord F-250 Tremmor
Hello,
I just got my first f-250 super duty, mainly purchased to as a tow vehicle. I found a f-250 Tremor, at the local dealer with a nice discount that more than met my towing needs and save a few Benjamins when looking at custom ordering. Thank you for letting me into this forum. I will be looking for advice on currently spray in bed liners.

Cheers

Tim
 
Hello,
I just got my first f-250 super duty, mainly purchased to as a tow vehicle. I found a f-250 Tremor, at the local dealer with a nice discount that more than met my towing needs and save a few Benjamins when looking at custom ordering. Thank you for letting me into this forum. I will be looking for advice on currently spray in bed liners.

Cheers

Tim
Line-x 👍
 
Welcome @Tjh1023 ! Post some pics of your new ride...
 
Welcome to the cool kids club. 😎
 
Welcome fellow Tremorite and Las Vegan! Line-X all day. There's a shop on Highland:


Good luck and post some pics soon.
 
Chalk another vote up for Line-X. Though a long time ago Rhino liners were the way to go. They still around?
 
Congrats. Line-x all day long.
 
Chalk another vote up for Line-X. Though a long time ago Rhino liners were the way to go. They still around?
I don't know if they are, but a guy that used to work with me like 20+ years ago had an old box blazer with the entire exterior rhino-lined. That thing was indestructible 🤣
 
:ROFLMAO: I believe it. I did the same to the interior floor of a ‘78 CJ7 I used for crawling when I was a kid. Easy to clean out the mud after you drill the drain holes a bit bigger.
 
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I had the Rhino liner done. We have it in a couple work trucks and seems to be holding up. Line-X dealer was too far away. I was told that all of the “Hot Applied” liners are similar, longevity depends on surface prep and how thick they apply it.
 
Welcome from SC. I have Rhino Liner in an 02 Chevy that has held up great and LineX in my 23 F250. At this point, I would say price is the discriminator.
 
Chalk another vote up for Line-X. Though a long time ago Rhino liners were the way to go. They still around?
My first spray-in liner was Rhino Liner back in the late 90's. Came out great, lasted as long as I had the truck and was what sold me on the spray-in concept from then on.

The internet says they still exist: https://rhinolinings.com/
 
My first spray-in liner was Rhino Liner back in the late 90's. Came out great, lasted as long as I had the truck and was what sold me on the spray-in concept from then on.

The internet says they still exist: https://rhinolinings.com/
Same here... 1991 Ranger. That was a great liner.
 
Welcome. I went Linex with a cheap rubber mat to keep stuff from sliding around. I had Linex in the 09 f150 I traded and it held to years of use.
 
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