Rhino or Linex

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  1. clean image
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    rhino a bit cheaper

    Linex guy says rhino is absorant

    Auto forums say linex bit more durable

    Trying to get feed back who may haves either or both
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    I dunno
    But if you can get one that’s smooth
    Get it
    Cuz roughy, black rhino catches everything
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    Linex is a better product, but both are only as good as the installer. It's all in the prep work and install. I've seen problems with both and it's usually poor prep work.
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    Linex
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    I've had both of those and two other brands and to be honest can't tell a difference between them.
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  7. clean image
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    Good food for thought, thanks
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    All of the professionally applied products are tough enough to stand up to use in a cleaning truck. Rhino is slick, and ice-slick when wet, and anything not tied down will slide around. Regular Line-X is like sandpaper comparatively, but that grip keeps it from being slippy. The Line-X guys have come up with Line-X Pro, a product that is about halfway between rough Line-X and RhinoLiner.


    Good luck with that. We found the Dupli-products to be less durable than regular paint. We had good luck with Herculiner, until about the five-year mark when it starts to break down and peel.
  9. Desk Jockey
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    Pick the one you like. If they happen to be higher, ask them if they will do it for the competitors price. Tell them I said they are all the same. :winky:
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    I agree that it dosent seem that durable, I'm hoping it needs to cure some more.
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    Looks like im going with Rhyno for this Transit build.

    The Vegas Interlink is a Rhyno applicator.
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    Not sure what's on mine but I got a piece of carpet for $35 to lay on top of it.
    I'll pull it out occasionally to clean it and replace it if it gets too fugly. IMG_20180302_111211.jpg should help with noise too.
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    Linex is better from what I understand. I have Linex on mine covered by the factory rubber floor.

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