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    Default Rhino liner or Line X dealers in Alaska.

    This is kinda Alaska outdoor gear...I just bought an 81 CJ5 and want to have the inside of the Jeep either Rhino lined or Line-X coated. No I will not do herculiner. My question is who do you guys recommend in the Anchorage/valley or Kenia pen area. Im in Seward but can drive it anywhere. Thanks Billy Jack
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    I would be really interested as well for a line-x liner.
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    Skip rhino lining and get line-X. Don't know who the dealer is but the product is night and day better! I have had both and the quality of line-x is second to none.

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    I've got both, An I'd highly recommend you drive to Anchorage and get the Line X. Theres a place off of Potter Drive that does it.

    My Rino lined bed needs to be re done, lots of gouges and spots where the liner is peeling up. The Line X truck bed has a few dents in it but the liner material is flawless, not a scratch in it!
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    Go with Line-X, WAAAAAY better product. I had Line-X on my 97 Tacoma, not one problem at all and I work construction. Now on my 02 Tacoma, I had done down in Montana when visiting. Was a little cheaper. I thought not a bad product either, 6 months down the road and it started peeling off over the rails. I thought just bad craftsmanship, The one in Anchorage said the same thing. So they fixed it, 6 or more months later and guess what, started peeling AGAIN. I will never waste my money on rhinocrap again.

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    I have abused the living piss out of my Line-X liner. It is still in great shape.
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    I looked up Line-X dealers and there showed none in all of Alaska and only 2 or 3 Rhino dealers. Soldotna Rhino quoted me 1100.00, I about crapped myself. If you know the name of the business on potter dr please let me know. I could do 400-600, but 1100 is stupid.
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    On the Parks Highway heading south out of Wasilla, on the left past Sears and Walmart, there is a blue building with Arctic Fox Taxidermy (I think that is the name) and the young guy in the shop next to the Taxidermy does a great spray in liner...just found his business card: Bill @ Alaska Bedliners 357-1010 or billnerup@hotmail.com He has done a few things for me, including a bedliner for my Powerstroke and I am 100% satisfied (this is the third different truck I have had lined and this is the best IMHO)...worth checking out. Oh yea, 4740 E Greenstreet Wasilla, AK 99654
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