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SPRAY-LINING & COATINGS USED ON TRUCK BED LINERS
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Jed Lupowi
Posted 2016-10-03 5:53 PM (#5614)
Subject: SPRAY-LINING & COATINGS USED ON TRUCK BED LINERS




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Your working truck word info just answered 3 good questions. Just joined to get hitch / 3rd wheel & trailer info. Kept seeing ads for Rhinolinings pop up and line-X too. I used em both so I'll give back to our community. Any spray-on lining or coating is "polyurea" or "polyurea hybrid". Those DIY bedliners in the store are poor quality. I'm a rancher driving trailers from North Washington & South California. Want your floor slip proofed & sanitary & last for over 13 years? Both Line-X & Rhino were ok but worn after 2 years, 60k miles on constant loads. Our rhino guy was gone- went with a line-X guy- better but thinner stuff. Complained to him he jumped ship to Spray-Lining & Coatings- waaaay thicker, softer, cost more but that Spray-Lining coatings was about 3x thicker stuff. guys name is Kens Flexible Armor in corning, Ca but there are SLC guys all over I think. Its pretty hard work but you can get these Spray-lining & Coatings DIY trailer kits made with polyurea thats what the stuff actually is.



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