Premature Adjudication

We're a bunch of law students who all live together and want to write a blog. Well, only three of us want to write, but the others may pop in occasionally. We have no true purpose, but I bet you'll see a lot about sports, current events, and general randomness. Don't worry bar admissions people we are both of high moral character and physically fit.

Monday, April 17, 2006

A Non-Baseball Related Question

I'm not a person who owns a truck, nor have I driven one more than once. I don't consider myself much of an expert so I thought I'd see if you who are more knowledgable would help me out. I keep seeing these commercials for Rhino Linings for truck beds. One of the advantages they list over "drop-in" truck linings is that the Rhino Linings won't fly out of your truck. What I want to know is whether or not that is actually a common problem. How often has anyone ever seen a truck lining just fly out of a truck? Seems to me like it wouldn't be a frequent problem. I've heard of a plywood board, meant for a beer pong table, flying off the top of someone's car on the Garden State Parkway, but a truck bed lining flying out seems a bit more absurd.


  • At 11:34 AM, Blogger GeologyJoe said…

    I like your blog.

    My bed liner has never flew from the back of my truck becuase, like all those installed properly, it is secured with 6 locking plugs. A rhino liner costs more than two times the cost of a bed liner. Its all abou t the marketing. The donwer to a rhino liner is that to apply one the trucks paint warrenty is void, the bed it self can be dented and did i mention they are expensive?


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