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Old 01-24-2015, 07:07 PM   #29
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Old 01-25-2015, 09:11 AM   #30
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Just had a conversation with. Friend who paints airplanes.... He said go for the truck bed liner, if it fades, we can paint over it.
The liner has a texture that would make it nearly impossible to mask for graphics or stripes.
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Old 01-25-2015, 03:23 PM   #31
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Good point. Luckily anywhere that I would spray would be one solid color.
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Old 01-25-2015, 03:52 PM   #32
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This would work on the front wall of the basement storage area on my 5th wheel. Not many bugs, but a bunch of road grime and tar hits. Probably some rock chips to that area in the future.
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Old 01-25-2015, 04:38 PM   #33
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there was a post about lineX and rhino liners. Both are good products and I have seen them use in commercial industry on doors where forklifts are used to open the door. There is a difference between the two products and I use LineX on my pickup. LineX is a warm liquid process and has a tendency to stay in place better when it dries. There is supposed to be a more uniform thickness when it is sprayed on the sidewalls of a pickup bed. I know mine looked perfect when I did it. The other difference is the warranty. LineX has a lifetime warranty. Rhino liners have a lifetime warranty. Rhino is only warrantied with the original installer. If they go out of business you do not have a warranty any more. LineX is warrantied at any dealer ship so if you have a problem and your original dealer went out of business or you are somewhere else and have to have it fixed you are covered.

If it adds 65 pounds to a pickup should not be a big deal for a motor home. I am thinking that the 6 foot tall by 8 foot wide liner on the front of the MH is probably a bit smaller than a bed with the sides done.
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How about resealing a roof with it?
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Old 01-25-2015, 04:56 PM   #35
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Both Line-x and Rhino have a roof product but is not the same as the bed liner material.
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I want to do my Jeep with it. I am in the process of sanding my MH and I didn't think of this. I have Linex on my Ford PU bed.
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Old 01-25-2015, 05:17 PM   #37
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I am going to do about ten coats of Plasti-Dip on our front end. It holds up nice on my pickups wheels.
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Old 01-26-2015, 12:19 PM   #38
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[QUOTE=gemini5362;2397326]there was a post about lineX and rhino liners. Both are good products and I have seen them use in commercial industry on doors where forklifts are used to open the door. There is a difference between the two products and I use LineX on my pickup. LineX is a warm liquid process and has a tendency to stay in place better when it dries. There is supposed to be a more uniform thickness when it is sprayed on the sidewalls of a pickup bed. I know mine looked perfect when I did it. The other difference is the warranty. LineX has a lifetime warranty. Rhino liners have a lifetime warranty. Rhino is only warrantied with the original installer. If they go out of business you do not have a warranty any more. LineX is warrantied at any dealer ship so if you have a problem and your original dealer went out of business or you are somewhere else and have to have it fixed you are covered.


Double check with your installer about the nationwide warranty. I'm getting LineX sprayed on my roof. The dealer installing it said that the nationwide warranty is only for pickup bed liners and does not apply to other applications.

They have a variety of colors and the base on my rig is white, so I'm going to have them spray the front end as well.
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I know that someone was musing using that stuff as a roof coat. I wonder how it work out.
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