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Has anyone used Rhino Liner or similar on the lower valance pieces all around the vehicle ( bumpers, side skirts etc)?


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I am in the process. Just had the grill and lower front fascia done. Debating on body color side skirts or rhino lining.
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Did you spay that yourself or have it done?
I'm thinking only the lower portions following the body line all the way around.

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Great idea ...id like to see some pics of the lowers completed.
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I just took them to a place to get them sprayed. I wanted it to be perfect and they were cheap. The grill and lower fascia and fog light surrounds were only about a hundred bucks and their spray is thick. They have to spray both sides which is kind of a pain for install. I had to cut off all the lining on the tabs for the grill to get it back on. The fogs are going to be interesting to mount.
The side skirts I'm not sure if they will be bad or not.
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Yep.....I was concerned about the added thickness for install.....I wonder if the outer can be thicker than the inner layer?
I'll have to find a shop and ask them.....
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Yep.....I was concerned about the added thickness for install.....I wonder if the outer can be thicker than the inner layer?
I'll have to find a shop and ask them.....
I did A LOT of stuff on mine with Line X. In my opinion go with Line X over Rhino Liner. Pay for the extra with the Premium level Line X. It's UV resistant and last longer. I did the upper portion of the grille, the side steps, my gas and brake pedals, the door handles, and the bull bar from RRO.

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the sill guards, the back piece leading into the trunk and the wind deflector on my roof basket. I love the look.
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Re: Rhino Liner

I was thinking of doing that back sill plate as well, i like the look. I also am going to do the chrome piece between the taillights. The liner I used is ProTech. Seems super tough as well as the UV protection. The people there were super easy to deal with as well.
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Came out great!
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Any pics of the rockers I'm about to my fender flares and rocker panels and the back lower valence and center chrome piece. The front tuned out awesome. Now just need to finish the theme.
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