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Old 03-25-2007, 07:17 PM
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Places that Rhino-line

Is there any places in the Northern Illinnois area that Rhino-line? o get some stuff on my trailer done.
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go to their website and enter your zip code
http://www.rhinolinings.com/




Rhino Linings of Freepor
1797-A South West Ave
Freeport, IL 61032
PH: 815-235-0000


Distance:32 miles

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Rhino Linings Of Rockford
1515 Blackhawk Road
Rockford, IL 61109
PH: (815) 397-5943


Distance:34 miles

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2181 Harlem Road
Loves Park, IL 61111
PH: (815) 877-1190
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Thanks for the link.
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Does anyone have an idea on the price per square foot or any other price per ??? I'm trying to figure out if I have enough money saved up for it or not.
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Oval,I would look into LINE-X in Belvidere I liked that product better then rino just my 2 cents
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Rhino Linings of DuPage
Carol Stream
630-653-4656
www.rhinoit.com

Right now it's something like $85 off. I did some research before I had my Ranger done and chose Rhino over Line-X hands down. The Line-X has an abrupt cut off edge and the texture is not as nice. I also just bought an F-150 and will have him done ASAP. The lining for my Ranger (over the railing, black) was $430 out the door and very worth it. The quote for my F-150 w/ the 8 ft bed is $409 (can't go over the railing).
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Is there a difference between the line-x and the rhino-lining? Material or just a company difference?
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Rhino lining is sprayed on COLD, takes a day to cure
LINE-X is sprayed on HOT and cures very quickly
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Rhino lining is sprayed on COLD, takes a day to cure
LINE-X is sprayed on HOT and cures very quickly
yes, they did tell me not to put anything over 50 lbs in the bed for 24 hrs, but it was well worth the negligible wait.
Then I noticed that a truck parked next door to my work had a Line-X liner so I had the opportunity to compare them side by side. I have to say, the Rhino liner far exceeds the looks of the Line-X due to the way they bevel the edges, and the Rhino has a meaner, more rugged look to it and also looks like it's thicker. Comparatively, I'd say the Line-X looked more like a plastic drop-in liner. Anyway, besides looks, I had done what you're doing now - researching on the net - and came up with Rhino and am very happy.
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I guess we will have to agree to dissagree LOL

I have seen truck beds and body panels sprayed with Rhino and Line-X, I def prefer Line-X

Hope to see you and your truck at the April 14th Meet N Greet !!!!
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The floor of my Jeep is Rhinoed.

Rhino is a thicker, smoother product. JMHO - I like the Rhino better.

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I guess we will have to agree to dissagree LOL

I have seen truck beds and body panels sprayed with Rhino and Line-X, I def prefer Line-X

Hope to see you and your truck at the April 14th Meet N Greet !!!!
oh, LOL - I actually couldn't tell if we were agreeing or disagreeing - if setting quickly was a good or bad thing.

Well, it will be fun to see which one you choose, Oval
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Have any of you guys ever tried the stuff you apply yourself from a hardware store?
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yea, A buddy and I tried I think its called duraliner. for the price, its ok
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