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Old 03-08-2008, 01:34 PM
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Rhino Liner in Windsor

Rhino Linings of the Rockies
7352 Greenridge Rd. A-3
Windsor, CO 80550
PH: (970)663-4180

They are open on Saturday (my truck is there now getting sprayed) and they give you an absolutely free loaner vehicle to drive while they have your truck. That level of service kicks ***!! They are highly recommended, and if you're like me, you want it done when you want it done, and not by appointments. (which of course, they prefer) Kudo's to them!!
2008 Lariat F150 Screw 4X4 (Nicely Loaded)
Rhino Liner, Tinted Windows, Weathertech floor system, Flowmaster 50 SUV, Toolbox, and a Garmin...Done until the tires wear out.
2007 Ford Edge AWD SEL Plus (Wife)
Tinted Windows, Weathertech Floor Mats.
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