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Old 08-25-2016, 06:06 PM   #1
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Rock Gaurd

I was looking at the neighbors new trailer and it has Rhino Liner half way up. This is a great idea to get rid of the rock chips. I don't know who makes it, maybe someone will chime in
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Old 08-25-2016, 06:27 PM   #2
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Shane, Linex has/can mix all colors & has,a premium coating also that is advertised not to fade. I plan to have the front lower portion sprayed someday.
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I have also checked into getting mine done but I have to take it to them and is hard when living in it. I just thought it was neat that some manufactors are doing it when the build them
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You can also buy a couple colors of the Rhino Liner in rattle-can form. Check AutoZone or Advanced Auto.
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Old 08-26-2016, 10:09 AM   #5
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Looks waaaay better than the chintzy aluminum plate they put on the trailers to protect the fiberglass.

Very cool...This looks to be a great alternative for our friends on the forum fighting Crossroads on out of warranty cap fades..

Only snag I see is ...the whole cap..may be too heavy for the few too screws they use to attach the cap to the trailer. The commercial applied rubberized coatings are very heavy..
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I've had truck beds sprayed with LineX and Rhino lining & will never do Rhino again, LineX is much tougher, not rubbery & goes on much smoother.
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I've had truck beds sprayed with LineX and Rhino lining & will never do Rhino again, LineX is much tougher, not rubbery & goes on much smoother.
2x on the LineX.
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Here is an alternative, and seems better, alternative to Linex and Rhino.

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