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Old November 3rd, 2004, 02:28 PM
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Has anyone out there rhino lined their vehicle? I am interested in rhino lining the rear cargo area and was wondering how it holds up..how easy it is to maintain...and how it looks. Any pictures would be greatly appreciated.

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Old November 3rd, 2004, 02:43 PM
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I'm considering doing just the seatbox. I dont like the indiscriminate nature of a lot of applications, but I want to do it as a replacement for the crummy vinyl which is falling apart.

I went to the local RL place and it appears that some dealers offer far more services than others. This place is only interested in doing about 5 colors, whereas the website claims they can do color matching and stuff. It doesnt matter, because black suits me fine.

I looked at some of their work and it looks good, kind of a semi-gloss heavy-texture surface and they can spray it as thick or as thin as you want.

Thats all I know.
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Old November 3rd, 2004, 11:19 PM
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My brother opted to use similar on his J**p. Looks and works out good. He checked several sources for coatings and advised that Line-X is supposed to be better. I have heard that if you use colors they will fade if un UV.
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I welded up some sliders for the rig about a month ago and had them Line-Xed. Very tough stuff! The guy at the Line-X place said that after 24 hours the only way to get the stuff off is with a grinder. If I was going to coat the inside, Line-X would be my choice.
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Old November 3rd, 2004, 11:29 PM
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Hey . . .I wonder how it would look to Line-X the door sills (where the pan shows) I have been trying to decide what to do there as I dont really like the look even though it is "original"

Antone ever coat that area?
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Sorry to get off the subject guys, but Larry did you put the carpet in your truck? Just curious. If you did, where did you get it from. If not does anyone know the best way to carpet one that doesn't have carpet?

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Old November 4th, 2004, 08:55 PM
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Got from Rovers North They can get all sections. Ask for Arthur he will make you good price on ordering sections all at one.

New carpet seems to be a bit nicer than the original and color is same.
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