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    Default Rhino or LineX

    I'm getting sick of the musty smell of the carpet in my jeep and I would like some opinions on what to get. I've looked at pricing and after using do it your self bed liner on my hard top I've decided I donít have the time nor patience to do it myself.So I'm going to get either Rhino lining or Line X. Any one have either in their jeep, hows it hold up and do you recommend one over the other?
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    if your getting it done go line x, its a way better quality than roll on
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    Tex is right I have seen all three self applied, rhino and lineX. Get your wallet out and make sure you are setting down when they tell you the price. LineX looks awesome!!!

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    I have self applied, and I will get LineX whenever funds allow.

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    Iíve got pricing on Line-X if I take out the seats and carpet its 450$. I havenít got a quote on Rhino Lining yet but assume itís about the same. 450 to me is do able since it will have a guarantee and will be done in a day. Iíve also used the self-applied and I think by the end of the day of prep and application on the tub Iíd want to kick my own arse.

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    i did the do it yourself herculiner to my wifes 98tj a few years back and if you arent patient go with the line x or rhino liner
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    It is also a matter of preference. Rhino is a softer rubbery feel and LineX is hard. LineX will definitely tear up skin if rubbed across. The higher rubber content in Rhino also helps better with sound dampening. I don't have either because I'm too cheap, but I would prefer the Rhino having seen both in a lot of Jeeps. But my opinion is worth what you paid for it.

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    I have used all 3 and would have to say if you are paying someone to do it go with the line-x
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    I have rhino lining in my 06 tj and love it. The cab is alot quiter when driving. I have spilt beer, soda and eggs from the chow hall and have cleaned all of it up with a shop vac and a rag. It is so worth the money. I was convinced of using rhino instead of line x due to the fact that rhino flexes with the cab and line x doesnt. I have pro coating on my bumber I bought from bersk and it is awesome. From what I understand pro coating doesnt fade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwpmel View Post
    I have rhino lining in my 06 tj and love it. The cab is alot quiter when driving. I have spilt beer, soda and eggs from the chow hall and have cleaned all of it up with a shop vac and a rag.
    Your chow hall serves beer?

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