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Rhino Liner two tone

I am thinking about putting the bottom few inches in rhino liner. I would like to see pictures and opinions about the the rhino liner two tone. I think it would look good but idk if it would peel off, or be hard to clean, stuff like that, anything helps, thanx.


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My friend has her Duramax done from door ding guards down to the bottom in black, her truck is black and I think it looks great. It sure makes for a quieter ride I believe inside also.
Just make sure that you have them add the additive so it wont look faded out in a few years, not sure what it is called, some type of UV additive.


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I have seen many and they look good. I was told its not hard to clean. But yes the uv stuff is a must or it will fade and look bad in a few years. As long as you prep good it won't peel or any of that bad stuff

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thanx for the info and the opinions, jus wanted to make sure there was nothing to major to consider bfore doing this, thanx!


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