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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-13-2003, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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rhinoline outside?

Gotta ask, anyone ever just rhinolined the entire outside of your truck ( minus top etc..), I have considered this due to have tough it would be, not considering the extra 100 pounds from it tho lol...anyone have any comments on that?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-13-2003, 11:38 PM
 
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Re: rhinoline outside?

Jesse did it on that rockcrawler Bronco they built... [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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lol I actually think that it woudl turn out pretty cool, and cover the current top cover of paint, but if I ever tried to repaint in the future...i would be screwed lol
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Re: rhinoline outside?

Yep, Norzuki here on the board did it then he painted it green. Looks like Godzilla!!!!!
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Re: rhinoline outside?

You could just get a tinted liner like Hippoliner, here in Canada. It's made to be tinted with just about any colour. That would look kinda cool! [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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Re: rhinoline outside?

Could anyone dice up some pics? I would love to see what it looks like, Imma go check on rhinoliner website to see all the color options ( or the little options they offer lol)
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Re: rhinoline outside?

RRO Did it to one of there zuks. It got stolen! from there lot. Anyway, there is some pics of it under the suspension link. ITs grey, no tint. I thought about it, but damn all that extra weight LOL. The stuff is heavy.

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Re: rhinoline outside?

This place has all kinds of colors. There are pics in the gallery on their web site that show a few vehicles painted in their liner. www.nonslipcoating.com/
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Re: rhinoline outside?

I have had it on my truck for 4 years. I did it when I flattened the Tin top and converted to a convertable.

pro's- doesn't scratch, easy to clean, nothing sticks to it, paint match, easy to cover holes.

con's- doesn't patch worth A SHIAT, heavy, care must be taken around door jambs to not build it up too much.

whould I do it again..........NO.
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Re: rhinoline outside?

studly,

I will try to post a pic in here, but I can't promise anything. I used Herculiner on mine ........(2) applications......I also did the entire engine bay. I then just added the color I wanted wich was [olive drap green] from wal-mart......it came in pint cans [oil base paint] ask nc_zuk.......he has seen it mant times.

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