1.)I have Rhino and they sanded the paint for perfect adhesion. There is no peeling.
2.)Rhino does not let a load slide around like linex. In fact, sometimes I wish it would allow at least some sliding for ease of loading heavy objects.
3.)The finish is thicker on Rhimo and it lasts forever, not like the thin linex.
A very satisfied customer speaking from experience, and not a sales pitch!
Originally posted by 32FordPSP
Just a followup to your post.
I do commercial/municipal sales for a Ford dealership and use nothing but Linex. My customers are happier with Linex then Rhino and that's what I use exclusively.
Linex has several advatanges over the Rhino:
1.) Peeling: Rhino tands to peel due to the application of the liner itself. Linex actually sands the paint to allow adhersion of the material. I have had several customer who had Rhino replace them with Linex because they peel.
2.) Product: The Rhino material is just like a plastic bedliner and allows materials to slide all over in the bed. The linex is more of an abrasive material which eliminates this.
3.) Finish: The Linex liner has a better overall finish then the Rhino. Their application is thinner and leaves a better overall appearance.
Hopefully this helps you out on your decision.