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03-11-2011 06:15 PM
kjeeper10 Saw a truck today it looked awesome but he did it himself and it was peeling off in areas.

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03-11-2011 06:05 PM
Zack93 Its awesome stuff, the people on that storm chasers show have thier truck rhino lined. If i had the money i would do it. It's worth it i think; even more so if you have a work truck or something.
03-11-2011 05:53 PM
crash0515 I have a friend who owns a Line-X in town. He sprayed the body of a 92 Chevy truck about 4 years ago a red color. It stills looks great. Line X has a UV protection in the chemical compound. This is what helps it to keep the new look for a long time. I ask him awhile back about spraying my Jeep. It would run some where around 2k to 3k. I ask why so much. He said were ever there is a bolt or a piece of the body that can come off has to come off of the Jeep. So it is labor intensive. And it comes with a life time warranty. But it could be cheaper if you don't care about those items. Most Rino shops around here wanted 600.00 just to spray the tub. That is after I took all the seats and roll bars out.
03-11-2011 01:33 PM
wvhillbilly yes defiantly undead has a good point the quickliner is nice not to rough and easy to cleam ill post a pic of my floor when i get it cleaned up. the only thing is this shit will fade i dont care what kind it is. you have to use conditioning spray to bring it back to life keep that in mind
03-11-2011 12:23 PM
Undead-89 I would also check to see what kind of texturing options there are. some might be a bit rough for the outside if you ever want to clean it.
03-11-2011 12:21 PM
wvhillbilly i meant i would not only check with rhino look else where also.
03-11-2011 12:20 PM
wvhillbilly i work at a shop and i spray quick liner same thing as rhino just different name and texture i would only check for rhino there over rated and to expensive i could do the same thing they do for probably half the price.
03-11-2011 11:40 AM
rd-wrangler once it goes on its not coming off right?
03-11-2011 10:20 AM
MellowYellow89YJ Your best shot is to call a shop that sprays Rhino and ask.... All I know, it won't be cheap!
03-11-2011 09:42 AM
amoujaffar I plan on doing mine like thus, but with herculiner or another roll on brand
03-10-2011 11:13 PM
Rhino lining?

ok fellas i want yalls opinion on this one ive been looking up rhino lining the outside of my jeep and do know the stuff is expensive and i really would like to know how much this stuff would cost and what it looks like on a jeep wrangler yj and i found this pic of an f-150 and this thing looks sweet please post comments and pics thanks

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