Factory spray in boxliner, what brand?

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Waggie

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Just curious if anyone knows what breed the spray in boxliner from the factory is? It kinda looks/feels like a LineX, but it seems pretty thin to be LineX. And doesn't have the same rubbery feel like a Rhino Liner. I'm mostly curious as to how it stands up to use? I had an el cheapo brand in a previous truck and it was worse than standing on ice if it got wet.
 

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The dealer had my bed sprayed for me, and they did a great job. The bed has taken bricks, rocks, dirt with no issues. I am pleased. Not sure what brand on spray they used. Looks like the Rhino spray.
 

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I had the Dealer spray Line X in my truck and very specifically made sure the prep was done. I have a friend who had a GMC dealer do his truck and they had an arrangement with the spray company to not do the prep to save on labor. By prep I mean the paint should be scuffed before sprayed to make sure it adheres correctly.
 
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The dealer installed turbo liner in mine, no complaints yet.
I've not heard of that brand, how does it compare to line-x?

Line - X is my go to brand. I had one on my last truck and loved it.. had a much better texture and feel than Rhino Liner did.
 

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ordered mine with spray in liner and it came with nothing, dealer said they take care of it and brought it to line- X so can't complain.
 
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Just curious if anyone knows what breed the spray in boxliner from the factory is? It kinda looks/feels like a LineX, but it seems pretty thin to be LineX. And doesn't have the same rubbery feel like a Rhino Liner. I'm mostly curious as to how it stands up to use? I had an el cheapo brand in a previous truck and it was worse than standing on ice if it got wet.

Waggie....the factory spray in liner, if your truck was built in MI, was done by a company called Ground Effects out of Windsor, ON.

Polyurea Spray Coating

One of our newest and most exciting ventures: Spray-On Bedliners for the pick-up truck market using a special proprietary chemical process. This polyurea spray coating is applied robotically and manually to give our customers a robust bed protection system, offering both corrosion protection and abrasion resistance. And the durable textured finish helps to prevent load shift. This advanced bedliner system increases customer-perceived truck value while remaining environmentally friendly. Today we operate dedicated facilities for Chrysler's Ram truck (Warren, MI) and the Ford F-150 (Dearborn, MI and Kansas City, MO), as we expand into a growing market with endless possibilities.
 

jdn112011

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Waggie....the factory spray in liner, if your truck was built in MI, was done by a company called Ground Effects out of Windsor, ON.

Polyurea Spray Coating

One of our newest and most exciting ventures: Spray-On Bedliners for the pick-up truck market using a special proprietary chemical process. This polyurea spray coating is applied robotically and manually to give our customers a robust bed protection system, offering both corrosion protection and abrasion resistance. And the durable textured finish helps to prevent load shift. This advanced bedliner system increases customer-perceived truck value while remaining environmentally friendly. Today we operate dedicated facilities for Chrysler's Ram truck (Warren, MI) and the Ford F-150 (Dearborn, MI and Kansas City, MO), as we expand into a growing market with endless possibilities.
Holy shit I searched high and low and even fought with fca to try and get this information for re coating the tailgate I need. Low and behold you found factory match.

Truly thankful. By the way this bed liner is fantastic. We were considering skinning my tailgate instead of replacing it just for a way to maintain the same liner!
 

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I may be the sole Bullet Liner user here, and I love it. I am very tough on it and it is still flawless. Bullet was started by a co-designer of Line X, who left to start his own company using an improved material and process. One of the problems I have heard with Line X is that after awhile it blackwashes. You can wipe the chalky residue off with your hand. Bullet is supposed to be a much better product. It stays shiny (I think it has UV protectors in it) and it doesn't chalk up. With Bullet, you won't need those revitalizing sprays they sell for Line X and Rhino to keep them new looking.
 

jdn112011

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Same goes for ultimate liners which is what is sprayed at the factory in Warren. It does not blackwash or get chalky. I know what you mean.

Every dealer will send you to line-x to Repair factory spray in and they are wrong to do so. But linex is cheaper. 75/tailgate. But there are many places around that spray ultimate liners high pressure system which is OE