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Old 08-16-2016, 03:38 PM   #1
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Rhino roof

Has anyone had the roof that rhino linings does installed? How much is it to have done and have you had problems with it?


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It's supposed to be pretty good stuff.
RVRoof | Home of the original sprayed RV Roof
Think they charge by the foot.
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I was just quoted $150.00 a linear foot to have the RV FlexArmor done. It included a tear off of the existing roof and them replacing all roof vent covers and new gaskets for the AC units. It might be cheaper if you don't have the old roof removed and they can just spray over it.
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I used MonstaLiner and redid my whole 2001 Coleman popup roof. Took about 2 hours from start to finish. It came out beautiful. I got rid of the popup 3 years ago but have heard it still looks great.

I picked that brand because it is UV resistant and comes in a plethora of colors including brilliant white. I used the one gallon kit for the 12' roof. I believe it was $150.
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I was just quoted $150.00 a linear foot to have the RV FlexArmor done. It included a tear off of the existing roof and them replacing all roof vent covers and new gaskets for the AC units. It might be cheaper if you don't have the old roof removed and they can just spray over it.
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It's supposed to be pretty good stuff.
RVRoof | Home of the original sprayed RV Roof
Think they charge by the foot.

Here is the link.


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Where?

I received a quote from their Mesa Arizona location.
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I used MonstaLiner and redid my whole 2001 Coleman popup roof. Took about 2 hours from start to finish. It came out beautiful. I got rid of the popup 3 years ago but have heard it still looks great.

I picked that brand because it is UV resistant and comes in a plethora of colors including brilliant white. I used the one gallon kit for the 12' roof. I believe it was $150.

What was the original roof? How thick did the nonsta liner go on?


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Linex is a better product but I don't know if they do rooves.

My fear is how to remove it later on if needed.
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[QUOTE=Regannielsen;3213684]What was the original roof? How thick did the nonsta liner go on?


It was the ABS roof. I just put on one coat using their supplied rollers.
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Rhino wants a small fortune to just spray a pickup truck bed. I'd hate to think how much it'd cost to have a 36' fifth wheel sprayed.

The warranties on roofs on new trailers are so long. I really don't know how many owners will be keeping their fifth wheel trailers that long to where the warranty wouldn't be in force.
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Rhino wants a small fortune to just spray a pickup truck bed. I'd hate to think how much it'd cost to have a 36' fifth wheel sprayed.

The warranties on roofs on new trailers are so long. I really don't know how many owners will be keeping their fifth wheel trailers that long to where the warranty wouldn't be in force.
You are right about warranties! Just make sure you don't park under a low lying tree branch and tear your roof!! Don't ask me how I know.
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all the caulking streaking problems over is worth it.
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Funny thing...I seen this on craigslist the other day. This guys will do your whole RV if you like.

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/aos/5752387360.html
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