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Old 05-02-2010, 03:13 PM   #1
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rhino line jeep

Who like this? I thinking of doing my YJ for around $1500. I wanted something out the ordinary and this does that.
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:20 PM   #2
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i like it! it looks mean! i love just about anything all blacked out!

only thing i would be worried about is it lowering the value of the jeep. but at the same time you could raise it. i guess it depends who you try to sell it to, thats if you ever decide to sell it.

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Old 05-02-2010, 03:26 PM   #3
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i like it! it looks mean! i love just about anything all blacked out!

only thing i would be worried about is it lowering the value of the jeep. but at the same time you could raise it. i guess it depends who you try to sell it to, thats if you ever decide to sell it.
I have an old 89 yj. I'm plan on keeping it for my work vehicle...no plans on selling it.
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:47 PM   #4
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Then do it! I like it a lot and if you intend on keeping it, it won't depreciate.
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Old 05-02-2010, 03:56 PM   #5
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i think its pretty cool... would do a good job of protecting it but it might be hard to clean up but im just guessing... someone else did this just a month ago or so there was a thread on it and it looked good... might want to try to search that thread and if you have any questions hit up the guy who did it... i will try to look it up but i dont remember off the top of my head
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Old 05-02-2010, 04:09 PM   #6
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yeah someone else on here rhino lined almost of his yj it looked pretty good.

i thought you had a newer one like in that pic. YJ's arent really worth that much unless you have a v8 conversion on them or something. so i dont think it would hurt the price of the car. in fact it might even help it.


if you do decide to do it make sure you take LOTS of pics ! lol
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this guy did the tub of his YJ i think it looks pretty bad ass

Rhino lined first time
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I had a truck bed Rhino lined and it faded to grey in about a year from sun exposure. I would be a little concerned about that. I can't be sure, but I think I heard that Line-X does not fade like Rhino liner does. And there is some kind of rejuvenator that brings the black back if it does fade some.
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I had a truck bed Rhino lined and it faded to grey in about a year from sun exposure. I would be a little concerned about that. I can't be sure, but I think I heard that Line-X does not fade like Rhino liner does. And there is some kind of rejuvenator that brings the black back if it does fade some.
Rhino Linings has a product called Rhino Shine. Put it on every 6 months or a year and it keeps it looking brand new. Like anything else one might own, if you don't it maintain it. anything will look shabby. Line x being made out of the same material will do the same thing. If you have an old one it will do the same thing, bring it right back.
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I'm going to do my 94 YJ but I am going to use Durabak. (My inside is already Rhino Lined.) The have a smooth version that you apply with a brush and will send you a sample chip of the color you like before you spend the money. I am looking at a blue for mine that is UV protected and runs about $309 for two gallons which cover a Jeep outside completely.
Check out their site. Cote-L Distribution Company
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I'm going to do my 94 YJ but I am going to use Durabak. (My inside is already Rhino Lined.) The have a smooth version that you apply with a brush and will send you a sample chip of the color you like before you spend the money. I am looking at a blue for mine that is UV protected and runs about $309 for two gallons which cover a Jeep outside completely.
Check out their site. Cote-L Distribution Company
Thanks I'm thinking I'll do it myself now. Herculiner is too rough. I like the Line x spray on better. I will ask for a sample from Durabak. I want to do inside out now and don't want to pay $2500 for the project.
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Mine was done last year some time No fade cost me $90 bucks It's not to ruff but I did mine the way I did cause it needed body work and then paint and I wheel mine so why paint it and then scratch it

you can see my thread thanks to thechink09

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