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Rhino Liner - Exterior Application

I have been considering having Rhino Liner Tuff Grip applied to the exterior, perhaps from the side chrome trim down and/or the front and rear end. Has anyone done this? Any thoughts on how this would look? Appreciate any feedback.
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Re: Rhino Liner - Exterior Application

You may want to consider starting with Plasti-dip, you can see how it looks and take it off if it doesn't work out. It looks pretty similar to Rhino Liner, but that stuff will NEVER come off once it's applied. I would be concerned with possible future resale.
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Re: Rhino Liner - Exterior Application

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You may want to consider starting with Plasti-dip, you can see how it looks and take it off if it doesn't work out. It looks pretty similar to Rhino Liner, but that stuff will NEVER come off once it's applied. I would be concerned with possible future resale.
correct future resale/trade in on a vehicle thats been modified with rhino liner would be terrible. Itd be such a SMALL market the dealership would be able to get into that car it wouldn't be worth the investment to them.
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Re: Rhino Liner - Exterior Application

I wouldn't do it on a $40K vehicle - never. Even if you plan to run it into the ground, I wouldn't do it at this point. Maybe at year 6 or 7.....
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Re: Rhino Liner - Exterior Application

Not good idea with a 43k vehicle
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thanks for the feedback!
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