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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-09-2003, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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Spray-In Bed Liner in my Suburban

I'm seriously considering pulling the carpet and spraying the entire floor of my 89 Suburban with Rhino-liner, or something similar.
I know it is durable, but does anybody know if it will do anything for the insulation? I mean, will it be louder and hotter inside?
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Re: Spray-In Bed Liner in my Suburban

much quieter.....it dampens the vibration. not sure about temperature though

--also look on the IFS board. there is a thread with lots of info on this entitled Rhino liner / Line-X
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Re: Spray-In Bed Liner in my Suburban

That spraying Rhino liner in yer whole Burban sounds like a good idea. I don't think it insulates. I think in order for something to insulate, it would need to be a lot less dense. But who knows, I'm probably wrong. [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
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Re: Spray-In Bed Liner in my Suburban

Yeah, I'm thinking of doing the same to my 78 K20... Does it block out road noise very well? Is it cheap looking?
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Nah, Rhino liner looks slick and uniform and is tough as nails. I would think it would block a lot of road noise since it's real thick and not a dense as metal.
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Re: Spray-In Bed Liner in my Suburban

again it dampens all of the vibration, causing it to be much quieter. once applied it is approx. 1/4" thick. call rhino liner, they will mail you a sample of the material and a letter to get $25 off when you get it done.
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