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Old 03-21-2010, 09:27 AM
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Repairing Rhino Liner Holes...

Ok, so I had my truck bed shot the other day through my dealer. They were supposed to repair 4 holes in the bed from the PO, but like idiots, didn't. When I took had the dealer take it back, the said they wouldn't be able to match it, and proceeded to fill the holes with presumably some kind of epoxy, and didn't do a very good job of the same. Is there anything I can use to top coat/blend the areas? They claim Rhinoliner won't stick to itself, and hence the problem of an ugly repair? Dealer attempted to "paint" it but that was even uglier.
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Old 03-21-2010, 09:31 AM
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The only way to fix a spray in liner is to respray the whole thing. It has to be clean in order for it to stick, but it does not stick to itself as well as it does prepped paint.
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Old 03-21-2010, 09:50 AM
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That's not a good thing...I still can't believe they just trolled in and spread the expoxy fill over the area they did to fix 4 1/2" holes, when they were supposed to fix them b/f they sprayed...can anyone do anything right these days?
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