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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-11-2003, 09:58 PM
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Rino Lining Underneath

Has anyone ever priced or had thier trucks underneath rhino lined? Is this a good idea or not?
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ummm, thats going to be a lot of money for undercoating. i wouldn't do it. what's your intension for rhinolining the underside. less road noise? corrosion protection? if you're going for less road noise, just line the interior with dynamat or some soundproofing stuff. if its corrosoin protection, then go ahead with a regular vehicle undercoating. it'll probably help dampenr sound a tab.
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The reason for it would be corosion. I am in San diego now but will be moving to Illinios next year. If regular undercoating will keep the salt from eating my truck i will go with that.
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I undercoated my frame and suspension with chassis saver (similar to POR 15). If you're not familiar with the stuff, it's basically just a super-strong black paint that is nearly indestructible. It has chipped in places, but that's because I didn't sand that part. Ends up having a plastic-like finish. I just bought a bunch of brushes and went at it.
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I live in Illinois and corrosion is not bad at all. I just take flat black spray paint to it every year to make it nice looking. BTW, where in Illinois are you moving to?
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probably near the chicago area. not real sure yet. my wife and i are both in the military and she might be going to university of il. chicago for nursing. it is not a definite yet.
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well peacock says it adds 300 pounds to your vehicle when you do the bed so i could only imagine what amount of weight that would add
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Their is a base right next to my town.... Its called Fort Sheridan. I live north of Chicago, about 30 miles. Chicago is awesome!!! U of Chicago is a great school to. My friend goes there and has an apartment downtown....
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Re: Rino Lining Underneath

But why coat it every year when you could use POR 15 once and forget about it? The stuff is amazing.

Sparty- 300 POUNDS! I never would have guessed that a spray in weighed that much. Shoot, you'd almost need an add-a-leaf to keep it level!
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i never would of thought it added 300 lbs. either. that seems a little excessive. i think fort sheridan is an army base. i am in the navy so probably wont get stationed there. are there any good places to off road around there?
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