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    Anybody rhino line their cockpit floor?

    Just curious if anyone has tried this yet. I searched and couldn't find anything on it. Not that I'm gonna, just thinking about alternatives to carpet, the Pirelli looks nice too.

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    HMMMMM, now that is an interesting concept. I had my truck done 5 years ago. That stuff is great. I've hauled everything from drywall, to concrete to dirt. I can toss a chunk of concrete in with out worrying about screwing up the bed.

    I know a guy that is starting up a shop that sprays the stuff. He said that the only draw back that he can see after all the company demos, is that the stuff that is colored to match your truck will fade over time. I've got the black so I wouldn't know.

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    Interesting. It would be great for non-skid surfaces

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    Registered TYPHOON's Avatar
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    Its great stuff,have it in my truck and will put it in my next one.

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    Someone that has Rhino lining in there truck, let us know how hard is it to keep clean.

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    I found with mine that dirt can get ground in. But scrubbing it out with a stiff scrub brush and soapy water works pretty well. Mine is under a tano but I have only once really felt it had to be cleaned. Usually I just spray it out. And leave it. But it think in a boat you would see traffic areas. I have areas that are glossy from the original install, but most of the bed is flat black from usage.

    I would get some samples from a Rhino dealer and put it in heavily traveled area of the boat. And see how dirty it gets, and if it holds its gloss to foot traffic. I think foot traffic would be easier on it than what I have done with mine. I'll take a couple of pics tonight and put them up.

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    DJD is offline
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    Carpet or Pirelli will look great

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    Solomons Island, Md
    I've had Line-X in various trucks. I couldn't imagine walking on that stuff in bare feet for any period of time.

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    Registered Havasu Cig's Avatar
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    San Diego
    I don't know if I would spray either in my boat, but the Line-X looks better than Rhino Lining.

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    1999 36' cutdown Skater
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    Glens Falls, NY
    It is sprayed hot!


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