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  • Anybody know how much it costs to Rhino line a jeep wrangler?

    Was wondering the price of inside and out. Anybody ever done this and how did it turn out? Thanks

  • #2
    I know it's a different product but my quote from Speedliner for the inside tub was $400.

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    • #3
      Walmart bedliner. $15 a quart.

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      • #4
        in chicago rhino wanted 890 and linex was between 500 and 600. that was with me taking everything out but the drivers seat. There are a few diff brands of do it yourself herculiner and durabak go for 70 - 100 a gallon. personnely I liked the lin x because it goes on hot and doesnt leave that funky smell for weeks. I had a little bit of rust in my drivers pan I just took care of with por15 and I am going to wait till next spring and if she makes it through 1 winter with no rust poppin out I will line. beware if you coat over rust you wont be able to see or treat to slow growth and you will have a hole before you know it...always beware of buying a jeep that has been lined cause the lining could be hiding a bigger problem.

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        • #5
          get some herculiner and do it yourself...i think it usually costs about 75-100 bucks and it rolls on. not to hard.

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          • #6
            I got quotes between 700 and 900 for Rhino liner. and 450 and 600 for Line X. The roll on stuff may be cheaper but its not near as durable. Every truck and/or Jeep I've seen use it eventually has places that the liner wears off. The line X is a catalized 2 part system and is pretty much permanant once sprayed.

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            • #7
              Here in Nashville Rhino was 400 straight black. *** 100 to match color. Add 50to spray cage. You must also remove all seat and carpet on your own to avoid another 100 bucks. Line-x here runs 800 straight black.

              Ferrell

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              • #8
                rhino linerin south fl quotes @ $500.

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                • #9
                  define inside and out. if you do it your self, as any "paint job", the work and lasting power of any "paint job" is prep, prep, prep!!! you can put the best "paint" on, but if the surface is not prepped properly it will not last. oil, wax, rust and sheen must be removed before doing any "painting".

                  Good Luck

                  Topless and Painting in Tacoma

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                  • #10
                    I lined my interior with the roll on stuff. What a disaster. It either came up in big chips, or was freaking impossible to get off. The over-the-counter products are way too unreliable for you to coat your entire interior.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Snoochie Boochie
                      I lined my interior with the roll on stuff. What a disaster. It either came up in big chips, or was freaking impossible to get off. The over-the-counter products are way too unreliable for you to coat your entire interior.
                      If it came off in big chunks, it wasn't the products fault. As mentioned above any paint is only as good as the prep work. If it came up in big chunks, that means that it didn't adhere well to those areas. That means that those areas weren't appropriately prepped. Period. The End.

                      You can use House of Kolors paint & clear & if you don't prep, prime & seal, it'll come up in chunks, too!

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                      • #12
                        i have pics of a liner i did without even sanding using the durabak stuff at 4wd and it came out nicer thn the sprayon did with 2 coats.
                        my white yj i paint brushed on after washing with soap light sanding to scuff it up and then rinsing once i let dry completely in the sun i painted it with a 97 cent brush and it looks as smooth as factory paint in 3 hours start to dry. i have pics i highly recommend durabak used twice on two diff yj's and i still got great results.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Snoochie Boochie
                          I lined my interior with the roll on stuff. What a disaster. It either came up in big chips, or was freaking impossible to get off. The over-the-counter products are way too unreliable for you to coat your entire interior.
                          sounds like you screwed up.... roll on bed-liner is awesome if you do it right

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                          • #14
                            There was a post on this topic way back when. I think it was the concensus that the roll ons had their problems. I would however expect that the suppliers figured out their problems and have made their product better.

                            The stuff I used I did about two years ago. The prep instructions were to degrease, clean, etc. I certainly did not sand down and primer. The product I used sucked! I hope there is better stuff on the market today!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Snoochie Boochie
                              The stuff I used I did about two years ago. The prep instructions were to degrease, clean, etc. I certainly did not sand down and primer. The product I used sucked! I hope there is better stuff on the market today!
                              your should have at the very least used some scotch brite pads... anytime you "paint" anything you should scuff it up... new stuff on the market still sucks if you apply is to shiny paint...

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