Went with a Bullet Liner today

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I chose this over the Line x very happy with decision. Cost was 600 which was the same cost for the line x premium. My wife has line x on her truck while it is good I believe this to be better. Things won’t slide around as much.
 

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I chose this over the Line x very happy with decision. Cost was 600 which was the same cost for the line x premium. My wife has line x on her truck while it is good I believe this to be better. Things won’t slide around as much.
Did you have to tell them not to spray over your Boxlink plates, or did they know not to do that already? I know that's probably a stupid question.......but I'd rather be cautious on the front end.
 
I was really going to go with this brand, but got all sorts of excuses from the local company on why it was going to be 3-4 weeks before he could do the work. Product supply issues, staffing issues, etc. Looks good. Maybe next time.
 
I had LineX on my F150 and loved it. Went with Rhino this time and see no real difference other than it is a little more tacky feeling. They ran out of the standard spray the day I dropped it off so I got the premium for the same money. 595.00
 
Did you have to tell them not to spray over your Boxlink plates, or did they know not to do that already? I know that's probably a stupid question.......but I'd rather be cautious on the front end.
I asked them and they said it’s their standard procedure to take everything off including wiring box for 5th wheel
 
I was really going to go with this brand, but got all sorts of excuses from the local company on why it was going to be 3-4 weeks before he could do the work. Product supply issues, staffing issues, etc. Looks good. Maybe next time.
If you haven't gotten a bedliner yet, the Bullet Liner place in Baltimore seems to have pretty good availability. When I asked them about leadtime for install it was within a few days, just need to make an appointment. They said it takes about 4 hours to complete the process. I need to wait about 2 more weeks until I can take a day off and have it done.
 
Made my appointment today with the local Bullet Liner place for the 27th. They told me not to worry about the Boxlink plates, lights, or that power panel in the bed and that they would take care of all of that.
 
Ok.....finally got my Bullet Liner installed yesterday. I was their first appt for the day and they got me out in about 3 hours. I only have the 5.5 ft bed, so that may have helped.


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Looks good. The tailgate panel is new to me. My trucks came with the factory liner, so I didn’t get to see the measuring scales built into it. Neat.
 
Looks good. The tailgate panel is new to me. My trucks came with the factory liner, so I didn’t get to see the measuring scales built into it. Neat.
Thanks. I think you have to get the optional work surface console to get that tailgate panel. I haven't seen it on any trucks without that.
 
Looks great! They are the best liner I’ve seen to date

Yeah, they have been great to work with. When I got there, they took me to several trucks they had just sprayed and let me look at them and ask whatever questions I wanted to ask. Their work looked great on the other trucks. My biggest qiestions were around the various accessories mounted in my bed. They said that they would take out the boxlink plates, the bed lights, and the power panel. They were very familiar with them and it wouldn't be a problem.

Thye did a nice job and showed me that everything worked after they put it back in.
 
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