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Old 01-21-2009, 01:50 PM   #1
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Question interior rhino lining Qs

any one in local area had interior of jeep rhino lined or weather proofed please send me some info as far as if you bought a home kit or had to get it done by a shop. and if you know any better prices, i was quoted 750 for interior only but would like to do it myself if the supplies are easy to aquire

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Old 01-21-2009, 02:06 PM   #2
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I don't know about your local shops, but I know AutoZone carrier Hurculiner in DIY kits. I think there was a thread in here somewhere where some one did it themselves and it turned out really nice.

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Old 01-21-2009, 03:05 PM   #3
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I got the Herculiner from AZ or Pepboys and did it in one afternoon. Don't waste the moeny on it, it's easier to do yourself.

The longest part is the prep and the dry / cure time. I believe that working time is about 2-4hrs if I remeber correctly and fully cures in about 3days. After the work time you should be able to bolt everything back in.

For prep all you need to do is remove all carpeting, remove the seats and then lightly scuff / sand the interior so it adheres better. After scuffing / sanding clean thoroughly with a solvent lilke Acetone.

Where are you located... I could use a vacation... fly me out there and i'll herculine it... LOL
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I think I will do mine this spring. I have looked into having someone do it but the 4-500 bucks is better used on other stuff

TSCoatings.com has a local guy I checked with last year. It was $450 for a Wrangler if you took everything out but the driver's seat. His material could be color matched for $40 and was guaranteed to not fade like line-x. He is a vendor on this or another site I frequent, not sure which one. Good luck and let us know what you decide.
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Hey Glenn, it's not that hard, I did a old CJ one time with Herculiner(I thinks that what I used) and it went pretty well. Don't use the cheap sprays b/c they never actually get hard and are always gummy feeling. Also, hey get up with me I have a set of light brackets that you might want. They are the windshield light brackets.
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Hey Glenn, it's not that hard, I did a old CJ one time with Herculiner(I thinks that what I used) and it went pretty well. Don't use the cheap sprays b/c they never actually get hard and are always gummy feeling. Also, hey get up with me I have a set of light brackets that you might want. They are the windshield light brackets.
I was just thinking about additional lights today. Are you telepathic? I definitely will be doing the roll on version. I want to do the entire inside of the tub. Just want a little warmer weather first
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PM me your number and I will swing by one day and drop them off, free of charge. They bolt to your two outside windshield hinge bolts. I will try and send you a pic. Hand made by me. Long story about why I am not using them. And yes I am telepathic, and no I will not help you pic up girls at the bar with my powers!!!
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As long as you prep your surfaces first the do it yourself kit works great. after applying it will look and feel dry but will not be set yet, make sure that you let it cure for at least 24 hours and it will come out professional looking. I did it myself just before i went to iraq. i would send pictures for you if i was able to but i cant.
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the $89 roll on herculiner kit? thats the only one i can find with any good reviews on
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I just got some Durabak paint a couple of days ago which I bought from their website. From what I can gather it takes about 1 gallon to paint the interior and it only cost around $100.00.

It is waterproof, but not as durable as rhino liner. From what I have read up on rhino liner the reason they do not have kits to do it yourself is because the paint has to be heated as it is applied. When I looked up the kits used to paint with rhino liner it was really expensive.

When I did my research on the Durabak paint everyone that had used it seem to really like it. Most of the people used it as bed liner paint, but a few people had used it to paint Jeeps.

I am also planning to paint the exterior with it on my Jeep hopefully one day this week. All depends on the weather.
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Man I really want to paint the tub! Unfortunately I just got released from the ortho MD and my excuse for not painting our living room just vanished (rotator cuff inflamation). So it looks like living room first and then Jeep
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Man I really want to paint the tub! Unfortunately I just got released from the ortho MD and my excuse for not painting our living room just vanished (rotator cuff inflamation). So it looks like living room first and then Jeep
If you decide to do the exterior, Durabak's bright red is a pretty good match for the flame red, I'd recommend you get set up to spray it on for the exterior as it can run some on vertical surfaces. I used the smooth w/ UV resistant on my utility trailer, so far it has worn like iron! I just wish I hadn't parked on the half a can I had left!
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I was reading people are most satisfied with 3-4 coats. 1) is that necessary and 2) if you do 2 coats then later on decide you want to do a few more can you? or does it all need to be done at once?

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