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Old 12-14-2008, 12:04 PM   #1
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Rhino lower door panels?

I was wondering if anyone has tryed this. i got some good dings and scratches chips and what not, on my doors. I was thiking about doing something to protect them but at the same time look good. Does anyone know how good Rhinoing the bottom of my doors would be, if it would hold up?
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Old 12-14-2008, 01:36 PM   #3
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yeah, I did. I'm just wondering how much it will cost, and if it is really worth it? I mean, I dont do much offroading, it's just gravel driveways and such.
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To be honest I think it would be well worth it. Mine is an 05 and I am seeing some hits due to stones, having the tires I do doesn't help that much. I have toyed with the idea of having it done, since most of my truck is silver I would most likely go with the "colored" spray on, and skip the black.
I do know of a film by 3M that is out there. Now for cost verses size...no idea.
As for cost, I know here at Line-X the cost is more of labor, masking everything off, I would pitch in and help if the labor costs went down. But we will have to wait and see on that, have to many irons in the fire now if you know what I mean, mod's, mod's and mod's.
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lol... yeah, I think Im ganna think about it. I think black would look pretty good on my truck, seeing how I got black over fenders. But there are other mods I would like to do, just dont know what to do first. lol...
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hey man...............just get a can of herculiner like i used on my bumpers($30), prep the rockers the right way, and either brush or roll the bedliner material on. alot cheaper than getting it done somewhere, and it'll hold up great. im gonna do my rockers and bottom rear fenders when the weather warms up.
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cool! yeah I think i'll do that. When the weather warms up too. lol.. I've also considered doing black wheels too. I just love the look of them on our trucks.
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cool! yeah I think i'll do that. When the weather warms up too. lol.. I've also considered doing black wheels too. I just love the look of them on our trucks.
oh yeah.........it definitley looks good...the silver and black theme............thats why mine is that way now!!!
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