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Anyone have this sprayed in their bed? Is it any good? Thanks.
 

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I'm a LINE-X dealer.

I'm very familiar with Toff. Toff is a 100% polyurethane liner like Rhino. Years ago, Toff bought out the now defunct Gatorback liners which was absolute junk. Toff has lost most of their business on my side of town. And, just recently, downsized in both Ft. Worth and Dallas due to financial problems. This info comes from Toff's salesman for the Fort Worth area that was layed off and called me looking for a job.

LINE-X is made of polyurethane and polyurea. It has more than double the tear strength of 100% polyurethane liners and about a 75 degree higher temp tolerance. LINE-X is the only brand that offers a nationwide lifetime warranty.

Good luck!
 

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Thanks for the reply. I was planning on going with line-x. But one of my companies customers does toff liners. Thought it might increase company relations if I bought from them. Think I'll just wait till we have a customer that does line-x. thanks again
 

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no experience w/ TOFF -- never even heard of em... Thought I'd chime in and agree w/ the line-x guy -- Line-x rules! (I have no affiliation w/ line-x)

I had my dcab done over the rail when I bought it in late '03, and couldn't be happier. It's a little "harder" than rhino, bullet-proof for what I need: rust proof, durable, and lifetime warranteed by (line-x, not just the installer).

I haul snowboards and wet gear w/out worrying about damaging/marring the bed.

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Cruzin90 said:
I'm a LINE-X dealer.

I'm very familiar with Toff. Toff is a 100% polyurethane liner like Rhino. Years ago, Toff bought out the now defunct Gatorback liners which was absolute junk. Toff has lost most of their business on my side of town. And, just recently, downsized in both Ft. Worth and Dallas due to financial problems. This info comes from Toff's salesman for the Fort Worth area that was layed off and called me looking for a job.

LINE-X is made of polyurethane and polyurea. It has more than double the tear strength of 100% polyurethane liners and about a 75 degree higher temp tolerance. LINE-X is the only brand that offers a nationwide lifetime warranty.

Good luck!
have you ever done a Line-X on the exterior of a truck? Sometime down the line I will probably be getting fiberglass fenders and would like to have the protection that line-x offers but on the outside of the truck. Also can you do color matching with line-x?
 

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2k2tacoma77 said:
Anyone have this sprayed in their bed? Is it any good? Thanks.

I have a Toff in my 04 Taco. I think it is one of the best cause it hasn't faded or anything. It is very light. The only problem I had with it is that when it was first installed they did not prep the bed at all. it was supposed to be sanded down first and wasn't. Luckily I was mean enough to them and had them completely redo it under my supervision.
 
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