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post #31 of 35 Old 10-23-2013, 06:54 AM
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PS - I looked at two bed liners this week, one from monstaliner and one from line-x. They both looked pretty awesome, so monstaliner is definintely up there with quality..... There is a comparison of great diy bed liners and they show the different finishes all in one place Photos of different DIY Bedliners

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post #32 of 35 Old 11-02-2013, 11:31 AM
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I like the look of Raptor Liner. Seems like the texture looks more professional vs. some of the others on the market.

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post #33 of 35 Old 11-02-2013, 02:50 PM
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Unless you've actually used Monstaliner you should probably put a cork in that

Why was the first post you ever made on JF in a 2 year old dead thread all about plugging another bedliner that no one ever heard of?

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It seems like most of the diy bedliner guys are getting into tinting and colors. Monstaliner seems to lead the pack from their marketing but I have been skeptical about the quality of the product. I also like a rougher texture than what I see from them. I was looking around and saw spray-lining who advertised variable texture and colored as well as custom colored bedliner. They do it with a crystal clear material that they tint with uv stable auto colors. This seems pretty awesome to me, but I haven't seen them to much in the top of google. I caught them when searching compare bedliners... FYI - I had already gotten a tintable raptor kit and I was pretty happy except for a real high dry time. Now I am looking at doing my JEEP and am thinking about spray-lining....
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post #34 of 35 Old 11-11-2013, 08:42 PM
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Monstaliner all the way, did this on the tub of my jeep and laid down about 3 thick layers on where the feet would be most often and this stuff doesnt break down.
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Originally Posted by magnetman View Post
That website is a joke and with your 1 post and registration on the same day confidence level is high that you probably work for them
$350.00 to do a jeep Tub , but less than $200 to do an 8ft. truck bed
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