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Old 08-09-2009, 07:54 PM   #1
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Rhino lined first time

I have a 94 that is my new little project I just rhino lined it yesterday roll on herculiner I thought it was going to be a pain but man that stuff is easy here are some pics











Turned out good my next step is the front parts on the fender and the bumpers

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Old 08-09-2009, 08:06 PM   #2
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I like that alot! Looks Great. If you would have just told me, I'd say no-way. But after seeing it, WOW.

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There was alot of people that said that to me and they said the same thing after it was finished I like the looks alot
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I think it looks really good too. Now you don't have to worry about scraping the side anymore
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Old 08-09-2009, 08:16 PM   #5
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Bring on the trees and rocks lol it will be funny when people see me with a hard bristle brush and a bucket of soap and water to wash the sides Ha ha
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Doesn't look bad, kind of flat blackish. Not bad at all.
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Doesn't look bad, kind of flat blackish. Not bad at all.
It actually shines I was suprised and they have a protectant to keep it looking good and you can also paint it down the road
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Oh yeah? That's cool. Is it really rough textured like a bed-liner or is it smooth?

I'm sure it'll be nice to just be able to hose it down when it gets dirty.
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:21 PM   #9
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Ruff it's no show Jeep It will be in the woods and what not lol
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Haha, that's where they belong after all. I don't think I'll be doing a lot of off-roading in mine, but I will head down a few trails now and again. I may do something like this when the Jeep graduates to "toy" and not daily driver.
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For sure mines just a toy Thats why i did this and other things to come
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Looking forward to seeing more.
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:41 PM   #13
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I kinda stared at it today thinking whats next lol
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:42 PM   #14
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I have that feeling a lot with project cars/trucks.

Unfortunately for me, Jeeps have billions of options... and I am very indecisive.
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:45 PM   #15
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Well we got some nice weather and last week it sat for 4 days so this week might just drive it around a bit
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Heh, I'd just be happy to have mine back from the shop. Bought it last week and they're still fixing some pre-existing issues.
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Old 08-09-2009, 10:51 PM   #17
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I hear that sucks to have something and not be able to drive it since you just got it
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No doubt, worst thing about it is that I am probably going to end up paying my first month's payment with the truck still in the shop.
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bring on the trees and rocks lol it will be funny when people see me with a hard bristle brush and a bucket of soap and water to wash the sides ha ha

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Looks good. great work!
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Looks good. Oh your offroad lite cover is upside down.
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Looks good. Oh your offroad lite cover is upside down.
Ya they both are my 6 year old is always trying to turn them back over the right way
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That looks nice.
Did it cover up the bodywork patches pretty good?
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That looks nice.
Did it cover up the bodywork patches pretty good?
I filled and sanded after i tack welded new sheet metal in and you could hardly tell where the patches were at i wanted to be a little different thats why I rhino Lined it plus I Hunt a off road so was not going to paint it to turn around and scratch it but the rust is a big deal to me i'm anal and like my stuff to look good
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OK, I'm not trying to pick on your body work here at all. I'm trying to figure out how sloppy and crappy I can be.

If you had painted instead of lined it, would the body work have shown up a lot more? How many of my sins will rhino lining cover up?
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Oh I just was explaining what i did i'm a perfectionist but not perfect. It turned out awesome one spot I can tell but the Flare covers it up.

The Rhino liner covers real good it takes a minimal of 2 coats If you were to slap filler on and sand it half a!!ed i think it would cover it good just make sure you get good lighting cause it's roll on
Kinda the same as painting a house watch for roller lines

I hope this helps you and thanks for interest in what i did
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I like it! Good job! I did the inside of my tub with the roll on stuff. It seems really tuff.
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Just had to let you know, you've inspired me to do this on my fenders on my TJ, since they're all faded out. I'll post the before and after shots once I get it done.
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Just had to let you know, you've inspired me to do this on my fenders on my TJ, since they're all faded out. I'll post the before and after shots once I get it done.
It's easy man take your time and you will love it i get nothing but (Man that looks good) from people
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I like it! Good job! I did the inside of my tub with the roll on stuff. It seems really tuff.
I can barley see past the tires man what are those 42's That jeep is huge

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