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Who's used raptor liner?

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by exmark, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. exmark

    exmark Senior Member
    Messages: 340

    Has anyone used or heard of the product called raptor liner? It's as close as you're going to get to line x. But obviously not line x quality. Or it may be I'm not sure. I'm tempted to spray the boxes of two of my work trucks along with the rockers. But I wanted to see if anyone could give me a review first. Let me know your input along with pics if you have them. Thanks!
     
  2. mtstclair

    mtstclair Member
    from indiana
    Messages: 53

    I have used it on some of my trucks. I is a much better product then stuff auto parts store sale like duraliner. It is very easy to use and has held up for 2 years now without fading or anything. Cant beat it for the price
     
  3. k1768

    k1768 Senior Member
    from NJ
    Messages: 490

    Not very durable. I had it professionally applied by dealer body shop when I bought my truck. Dropped a socket wrench on it from about 2' height while putting in tool box and it chipped.
    Scratches relatively easily too. Ever slide a cardboard box or sheet of plywood across the bed with a rock under it? That'll scratch it.
    Sales rep told me it was comparable to the well known brands. Body shop told me (AFTER first failure) that it is really just cosmetic.
     
  4. ajracing81

    ajracing81 Member
    Messages: 78

    the stuff is nice for rockers and door bottoms but not for beds.
     
  5. CELandscapes

    CELandscapes Senior Member
    Messages: 219

    I have it sprayed on a whole truck that we use for the mud bogs. It's held up really well no scratches or chips.