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Old 09-04-2008, 08:07 PM
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Best way to patch a Rhino Bed Liner?

My new (used) truck came with a Rhino Bed Liner...cool stuff...but there's no liner where the gooseneck hookup was...(first owner removed it).

So...I need to patch the liner somehow. 2 strips about 2-3 feet long, 3 inches wide.

Best way to do it?


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Old 09-05-2008, 02:51 AM
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First off, Welcome to the site!

I have no experience with the DIY Truck bed liner kits, but this could work for your need. Not sure how well it would match the rhino lining. Definitely worth a shot, especially if you were able to find a pint can instead of the whole kit.
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Old 09-05-2008, 04:39 PM
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I went to a body shop...found out it is a "cold installed" liner. It is a little softer than the "hot installed" ones...but sticks better.

Are these any easier to patch/repair?

I'm still calling around locally to see what I can find. I don't mind taking it to a shop....unless it is easy to do myself.


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The professional products used by dealers aren't like what available for end users. Herculiner or Duplicolor have something close, so it would depend on how particular you are. Myself, the only option would be to have it patched by a rhino dealer.
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