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Old 08-15-2007, 08:08 AM   #21
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

auto zone has a roll on type called herculiner. its very sticky wet or dry and does not get eatten up by gas. its $40 for a can of it but works perfectly.
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Old 08-15-2007, 08:23 AM   #22
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

line-x is rock hard....ryno linning has a rubbery feel to it....hes my bike done in all line-x.....
went down at 30mph not a scratch...Click the image to open in full size.
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

Theres some stuff at Wal-Mart that comes in a spray can. Its called "FlexStone" or something like that. You will know it when u see it. The top for the can feels like sandpaper and they make it in alot of colors. Ive seen peeps use it on their show cars and trucks. Spray the plastic door panel pieces with it and chit....=-)
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:55 PM   #24
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

that looks sick havoc, how thick does that **** go on?
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Old 08-15-2007, 03:09 PM   #25
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

i had the guy at the line-x shop spray it....you have to see it in the daylight...ill look for a better pic....it looks like a metallic
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

yea do it to it man, i might want to do my truck with that ****.
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Re: rhino liner in a can?

I used the off brand bed liner from autozone. It is slippery as hell if it's wet.If you spill brake fluid on it it's ok, Nothing eats mine off. I sprayed my tank dent, fender, cage and a few other parts. I don't think it works too well for me, but I'm just gettin my *** up there and tryin danglers
Soooooo. I'm not happy with it on mine so far, not enough grit in that paint ?
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