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Old 12-30-2012, 11:43 PM   #11
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Re: rhino lining

Originally Posted by Hvbuzz
You might check out this stuff. Do it yourself, but pretty good quality.

I have used it before. The last time was on the outside of a dump truck box. I actually got the "smooth" rather then the textured stuff. Paint would never last on the outside of the box, it would get knocked off, then start rusting right away. Its just now starting to bubble in a few places, but it has probably been at least 6yrs ago. I just rolled it on with paint roller. The "smooth" ended up having a pretty heavy orange texture to it.

That stuff looks like a good product, but damn, $140 a gallon... Way to rich for my blood...

I've been thinking about using some sort of bed liner, but I also plan on making a template out of thick painters paper and cutting out a one piece floor from a thick rubber mat... Costco was selling a garage floor mat that was 7'x20'... It's made for parking your car on, thick rubber with a diamond plate design...
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