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I was persuaded away from the factory liner by this board and went Line-X. I saw a video online where someone peeled off a factory lined truck and it was fairly easy and only 1/2 as think as line-x. I think Line-X is about the same price too, but you will have to get that quoted locally.
I saw the same videos. But, several shops I talked to, that don't sell Line-X, say the factory liner is better.
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I saw the same videos. But, several shops I talked to, that don't sell Line-X, say the factory liner is better.
This is the video I am speaking of. Draw your own conclusion:

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Yes, I saw this video by someone "who sells Line-X". Reminds me of the videos by Chevy that shows how crappy a Ford aluminum bed is - NOT.
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I'm not trying to ruffle any feathers, but I felt money was better spent on a product that is tried and true and trusting the local shop to prep my bed properly.
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My BLIS works with my trailer and am thankful it does.
With a 5th wheel? My '19 Owners Manual says this on page 255.

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But then maybe there's a difference between BLIS and BLIS with Trailer Tow?

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With a 5th wheel? My '19 Owners Manual says this on page 255.



But then maybe there's a difference between BLIS and BLIS with Trailer Tow?
No, sorry I should have specified. It's a 18ft flat bed bumper pull.

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