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Icon10 Rhino liner

So I was thinking about taking all the carpet out of my truck and replacing it with rhino liner. That way I don't have to worry about stains , spills , and mud. Then I can just wipe anything up with a paper towel.
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How will you cover up wiring?
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hell yeah! Rubberize that interior!!!
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How will you cover up wiring?
yeah and isnt it sandpaper like texture, that wouldnt be easy to just wipe up. i would just find a vinyl floor cover to put in it.
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kinda important that you say either rhino liner or herculiner. Since one costs 400$ and the other costs 80$
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serious question. do they sell "I love cumming" shirts in your town? I need 2
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We just put bedliner inside the XJ we're building... it definitely looks good but just wiping mud/spills/dirt isn't that easy. I don't know what you'd do about the wiring.. the Jeep didn't have any going across the floor like a Ranger does.
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I think you could find some shirts that say " I Love Cumming " I just don't know were.
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serious question. do they sell "I love cumming" shirts in your town? I need 2
lmao!!
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Thatd be sick man, my uncles friend did that to the inside of his wrangler and he washes the whole thing inside and out with a hose and stuff no problem, but like FULLSCALE said, its a jeep not a ranger, still a sweet idea though
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Sounds like a good idea, my floor mats hate me.
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Don't get it on your hootus!
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Just make sure you cover 100%, and then seal the holes for your seat bolts so water doesnt start rusting them - vinyl floors and herculiner and such are all good to go - but dont come crawling 5 years down the road wondering why you have rust eating holes in your floorpan because it wasnt sealed properly
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Hello,
I have a 2004 ranger that i got linexed(like rhino liner) except that i got the whole lower half of my truck, inside and around my wheel wells, tail gate and inside my step wells and doors. (by the way if you live where salt is put on your roads in the winter the salt wont rust out you truck) but to get to the point. this is amazing stuff but before it was done the sales guy explained how they can texture texture their product and also make it rubber but baby bumb smooth. so if you can get a skilled installer with patience you could get and awsome job. But good luck to clean it with towels. i have to use a pressure washer with soap and then the tire cleaner spray to shine it up. Also Amazing for off roading protection.
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Edward, any pictures?
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Not on me when its light out tomorrow ill take some.
And ill post them tomorrow.
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How much did the whole truck cost to get done? If you dont mind me asking
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Well i was lucky to talk the guy to letting me pay cash to avoid the tax hit and all told in 2006 it cost me 1200 canadian in ottawa canada
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