What is the average cost of a rhino liner?

What is the average cost of a rhino liner?

Wondering what a Rhino liner install costs? We conducted a national survey of Line-X and Rhino Liner installers and we learned that the national average install price is $470.41. That’s nearly $100 more than a DualLiner (which, for the record, does a better job of protecting your truck bed).

How long does Rhino Lining last?

lifetime warranty
How long will a Rhino Liner last? A Rhino Liner is designed to last forever, but just in case, D&S offers a lifetime warranty for as long as you own your vehicle.

Who owns Rhino lining?

Russell Lewis –
Russell Lewis – Founder and chairman – Rhino Linings | LinkedIn.

Can Rhino liner stop a bullet?

The coating system uses a spray polyurethane elastomer and a proprietary reactive additive which combine to expand and permanently seal holes from ballistic penetration.

Are Rhino liners worth it?

In particular, they suggest that a particular brand known as Rhino Lining is a top choice for spray-on bed liners. They claim that spray-on liners are more durable and well worth their higher price tag. They can be an even greater investment if you have just purchased your truck and plan on keeping it a few years.

Can Rhino liner be painted?

It’s entirely possible for you to paint over rhino liner. For the best results, however, you’ll need to do the right preparation of the surface to be painted.

Can Rhino liner be removed?

Unfortunately, while relatively easy to have installed, Rhino Liner is difficult and labor intensive to remove.

When did rhino liner come out?

In 1988 Rhino Linings® introduced the sprayed-on bed liner to the United States. Proprietary formulations were developed and refined to provide a truck bed liner that can withstand the toughest environments.

How good is Rhino liner?

Softer has pros and cons: The increased thickness of a softer Rhino liner gives it a softer “rubbery” feel, and the liner’s surface isn’t as rough as Line-X so it’s more gentle on knees and cargo. Rhino’s thicker coating also aids in sound deadening, and the surface seems to “grab” objects better than Line-X.