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TerryFaust 03-26-2009 09:02 PM

thoughts on liners
 
what is everyones thoughts on rhino lining or line-xing the interior

Giancarlo 03-26-2009 09:13 PM

do it yourself with u pol raptor bed lining...

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TerryFaust 03-26-2009 09:20 PM

how much does that cost, and where could i get it

Giancarlo 03-26-2009 09:22 PM

order it online.. should cost 100 u may need 3-4 cans depending on how much u spraw.. most difficult part is the prep.. spraying is easy

TerryFaust 03-26-2009 09:23 PM

how long would it take to dry, i leave for iraq in a month so im trying to decide whether or not to do it now

Giancarlo 03-26-2009 09:24 PM

i believe like 24-36 hours to fully cure but u can put stuff back in within a few hours of spraying.. thats usual time with curing for any liner

TerryFaust 03-26-2009 09:25 PM

how does the gun work, what kind of pressure does it take to spray or how does it work..

catITguy 03-26-2009 10:16 PM

I cant help with the install, but I bought my jeep used, the previous owner did the interior with rhino-liner and it is great. It can be slick when wet, but that can be remedied with good heavy rubber floor mats. Otherwise its great, I dont worry about mud, dirt, blood (should the deer hunting need arise) can open up the back and spray it out. Now need to look into waterproofing the seats some how.....

TerryFaust 03-26-2009 10:40 PM

neoprene seat covers bro, that shit works wonders and not to heavy on the wallet

Giancarlo 03-26-2009 11:54 PM

kit has instructions on prep and pressure

1BLKJP 03-27-2009 03:39 AM

I think lining the inside of the tub is one of the best things you can do for your rig. Especially if you live in a climate that takes you wheeling in a lot of mud or water. However if you are going to do it yourself then prep is the best thing you can do. Ensuring a proper bond with whatever product you use will allow it to adhere properly and provide the longest life for it.

dodgetk81 03-27-2009 06:32 AM

Ive had the raptor for about a year. No issues at all. I love it. My friend did it at his shop, so I dont have any ideas about the install. He says it easy-but hes a body guy.

nater344 03-27-2009 09:11 AM

I Herculined my tub about 2 years ago and it has held up extremely well! I got the kit on sale for about $80. I do agree that the prep work is the most important part.

jwm1986 03-27-2009 10:42 AM

:wavey:

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/new-floor-25084.html

That's my write up from a couple months back on the DIY Raptor stuff...

MoA 03-27-2009 10:45 AM

the tire shop i ALWAYS go to moved to a new location.. i stopped by his new neighbors business when i was waiting on them to fix my valve stem today.. its a rhino-liner/audio place.. those suckers want 700 bucks to do the interior of my jeep.. i just laughed and walked out..

id rather spend the 100 bucks and do it myself EVEN if i do a crappier job.. i really dont care, my jeep isnt my DD and ill NEVER get rid of it because its been paid off for the last 5 years

snwchris 03-27-2009 11:20 AM

I Herculined mine when I first bought it. It only took couple hours to prep and then about a day for everything, with drying time. I believe cure time is 36-48hrs, but you would have to check the can/box.

You can usually get at Pepboys, AZ, Advanced or Wally World, for anywhere from $75-$100.


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