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Old 07-19-2016, 09:51 PM   #11
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Wow will that stuff flow through a spray gun?
Yupp. Me and a buddy of mine have done it 100 times on other people's vehicles.

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Old 07-19-2016, 09:56 PM   #12
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right, but painting it yourself is cheaper than rhino lining it yourself.
Eh, I guess that's true too, but rhino lining looks so damn cool lol

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Old 07-22-2016, 07:05 PM   #13
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UPOL Raptor has a liner product that can be tinted with automotive tints. And if sprayed (after thinning) using a HVLP spray gun, multiple thinner coats can be applied to give a smoother texture. I've seen many videos on YouTube showing this.

I have considered applying this to the bottom 12"-18" all the way around my (future) bus and then painting the rest with auto paint.

Also you might want to look at MotoCoat. Wagner makes it. I watched a YouTube video by Ammo NYC where primer and under body coating were sprayed. Looked good.
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Old 07-22-2016, 11:04 PM   #14
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isnt most rhino dark colors that would maske a bus roast? I used spray on bed liner on some of my interior pieces just for a cool look... i know a guy that rhino'd his whole jeep wrangler and said going from the white hard top top the dark gray rhino'd hard top he about roasts inside the jeep now... it doesnt seem to insualte much.. just looks cool and is durable..

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Old 07-23-2016, 12:55 AM   #15
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I prepped and sprayed upol raptor tintable over the entire length of the roof (40')

It took about 4 gallons (that's 4 kits)

I am very happy with the results. I didn't bother tinting it, so it was translucent. After it gassed off for about 2 weeks I then applied Henrys solarflex to the roof. The upol offers an aggressive texture for the solar reflective elastomeric paint.

I am able to pressure wash the roof and it has enough texture to not slip off and die. It has held up very well for two years now.

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UPOL Raptor has a liner product that can be tinted with automotive tints. And if sprayed (after thinning) using a HVLP spray gun, multiple thinner coats can be applied to give a smoother texture. I've seen many videos on YouTube showing this.

I have considered applying this to the bottom 12"-18" all the way around my (future) bus and then painting the rest with auto paint.

Also you might want to look at MotoCoat. Wagner makes it. I watched a YouTube video by Ammo NYC where primer and under body coating were sprayed. Looked good.
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