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Old 05-15-2017, 08:11 PM   #1
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Rhino-liner

Just spent a week peeling off my fantastically molded up Diamondshield and looking for other ways to protect the front end. Big was in Texas awhile back and saw a class a with rhino liner on the front. Does anyone have experience with it? Does it hold up?
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Chipped paint on a motorhome can't be any uglier than Rhino Liner. Should hold up good though. Its pretty durable in the bed of my pickup truck
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That's where I not to sure. The coach I saw was color matched and from about 15 feet away you couldn't even tell it was that liner stuff.
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Check out monstaliner.com .
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I had a truck bed done with it, tough stuff. I hauled engine parts, wood, everything and never a scratch or chip. You see Jeeps covered in it all the time, so color matching isn't a problem and they have made it look smoother over the years.
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I had considered a truck bed liner coating for the common issue of repairing the flaking clearcoat on the top of the front and rear caps and roof radius on the sides. However, I remember reading a member describing their plan to apply a colored film to that area since they were able to very closely color match it. Try doing a search. It wasn't more than a couple of months ago.

Some of these films can be durable and yet be able to be removed possibly without damage. I just bought some 3M film that they claim can be removed without leaving residue if done before 3 years. I'm putting it on the side bags of my motorcycle for visibility.
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Thanks but it a job I definitely leaving to a pro
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Line X is what we have used for years. I have heard of folks having sprayed on the outside of their off road rigs with out the sand giving it a smooth finish that is easier to clean.
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Did mine and love it. Only issue is it gets dull.I used Gatorguard. I just put a good tire shine on it 1-2 times a year. Bugs come off easy with garden hose or pressure washer.
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Thanks for the info. Going to research that to.
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