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Old 04-03-2013, 06:50 PM   #1
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Should i bed line/rino line my jeep???

Should i bed line/rhino line my jeep???

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Old 04-03-2013, 06:54 PM   #2
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Should i bed line/rhino line my jeep???
Yes. But that's because I did mine and love it.

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Old 04-03-2013, 07:12 PM   #3
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do you have pics and did you spray it...
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:15 PM   #4
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do you have pics and did you spray it...
Had it sprayed. For some reason, I can't upload more pics? Saying I've reached my limit. If you check out my thread, should have some pics there.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:22 PM   #5
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I've been thinking about this also, and i thinking I'm going to do it. I have 2002, and it looks like a 20 year old wheelbarrow. I think I am going to have done professionally because I'm going to go with the tan to match my interior.
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Had it sprayed. For some reason, I can't upload more pics? Saying I've reached my limit. If you check out my thread, should have some pics there.
I tried finding a link to my thread but haven't idea how to do it. Sorry!!
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I've been thinking about this also, and i thinking I'm going to do it. I have 2002, and it looks like a 20 year old wheelbarrow. I think I am going to have done professionally because I'm going to go with the tan to match my interior.
I did mine tan on the exterior and black on the interior.
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Old 04-03-2013, 07:54 PM   #8
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Should i bed line/rhino line my jeep???
I only every advise bed-lining problem areas that are liable to rust. Bed-lining the entire Jeep is a bit much and you will never see it entirely clean again... mud sticks onto bed-liner easier than paint. It can also make future mods more difficult.
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:02 PM   #9
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I only every advise bed-lining problem areas that are liable to rust. Bed-lining the entire Jeep is a bit much and you will never see it entirely clean again... mud sticks onto bed-liner easier than paint. It can also make future mods more difficult.
I disagree with this. Cleanings a breeze, much easier in my opinion. And I have first hand experience. Also, not sure how this would interfere with any mods. With a drill, you can get through this just like the sheet metal...
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:04 PM   #10
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i just ordered orange bed liner for mine i like trails that are narrow and have trees that eat up my paint how did you spray it? I'm thinking of spraying but might just roll on
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:05 PM   #11
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Im seriously thinking of Monstalining my exterior down the road, I did the inside and love it, also it cleans up super easy.
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Old 04-03-2013, 08:06 PM   #12
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Should i bed line/rhino line my jeep???
check out durabak company they sell bed liner in multiple colors if you look at there photo gallery there is a lot of off road vehicles redlined there some jeeps so you can get an idea. they market it for off road too unlike other companies. doesn't mean other companies bed liners don't work as well but thought it was a cool touch and have a wide selection of colors!!
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I disagree with this. Cleanings a breeze, much easier in my opinion. And I have first hand experience. Also, not sure how this would interfere with any mods. With a drill, you can get through this just like the sheet metal...
I've heard bad reviews on cleaning because the rougher texture grabs onto mud... but if you say so. As for making mods difficult, say for example you wanted to install something that was meant to be flush with the paint and wouldn't line up properly with the extra fraction of an inch it moves it out. Once again though, If you say so....
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I've heard bad reviews on cleaning because the rougher texture grabs onto mud... but if you say so. As for making mods difficult, say for example you wanted to install something that was meant to be flush with the paint and wouldn't line up properly with the extra fraction of an inch it moves it out. Once again though, If you say so....
Just going by personal experience. My entire rig is covered. Cleaning is super easy, with the linex product at least and all my stuff fits perfect. Trying to give good info to the folks wanting to do tis, not trying to argue, sorry if came off rude.
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Old 04-03-2013, 09:49 PM   #15
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well I'm going to do it myself just because I'm in college and don't have the extra money. what brand should i use and how many gallons will it take?
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I'm a grad student at VT and bed lining the interior of mine this weekend. I ordered the 1 gallon kit from monstsliner bc I read a bunch of good reviews about them. Also there is a vendor on jeepforum who has a couple coupons for free shipping and a free quart of chassis saver.
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:14 PM   #17
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yea im thinking of doing the inside green its already black but im doing the outside black for sure and im going for a black and green monster theme what do y'all think.
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Sounds pretty bad A to Me. I know you can get the monstsliner in various colors. Post a pic of your jeep
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I did my jk last weekend with monstaliner. So far like it a lot.
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:37 PM   #20
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ill have to post one later. uns3r6 did you spray or roll?
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Had it sprayed. For some reason, I can't upload more pics? Saying I've reached my limit. If you check out my thread, should have some pics there.
Here's your thread:

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/its-...in-214240.html

If you need to clear out some of your old pics for new ones, goto your control panel, then under heading of MISC goto Attachments. Thats where you can pick and choose which you want to remove so you can add more pics later or the same ones.
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:26 PM   #23
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I had my my box and about almost 2 inches of the trim line at the bottom of pickup truck body sprayed about 5 years ago. If its done correctly, should last a lifetime. I went with Rhyno lining and had a pro do it which included a warranty. Cost me about 700$ back then and used the warranty (prior to sellling my truck last summer) to respray the box due to the previous rhyno guys job was sub par for thickness.
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ill have to post one later. uns3r6 did you spray or roll?
I rolled it. It comes with some rollers that help give it the texture
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Here's a pic of the out side and one of the back when I was loading some wood. As u can see its rhino lined but its coming up now.
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Each to his own, but I would think resale would be nill, if you ever wanted to trade up or sell. I have seen rhino lined jeeps for sale before and again, this is just me, but I wouldn't buy it. Talking the outside here only, because I think doing the inside makes perfect sense.
Kinda like those hoops that stretch your earlobes or face tats. Whatcha gonna be when you grow up?
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Here's your thread:

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/its-...in-214240.html

If you need to clear out some of your old pics for new ones, goto your control panel, then under heading of MISC goto Attachments. Thats where you can pick and choose which you want to remove so you can add more pics later or the same ones.
Thanks so much Rev!!!
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Each to his own, but I would think resale would be nill, if you ever wanted to trade up or sell. I have seen rhino lined jeeps for sale before and again, this is just me, but I wouldn't buy it. Talking the outside here only, because I think doing the inside makes perfect sense.
Kinda like those hoops that stretch your earlobes or face tats. Whatcha gonna be when you grow up?
I've heard of lots of people keeping there carpet and than for winter months or selling they will put it back in
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Thanks so much Rev!!!
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Monstalining the interior won't affect resale value but I would think the exterior would make the buyer's market shrink.

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