rhino line inside floor board

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by matticus420, May 29, 2012.

  1. matticus420

    matticus420 New Member

    I was thinking of stripping the carpet in the cab
    an replacing it with rhino liner or rustolume

    has neone done this before....
    How do u think it would look...

    It would make it a hella lot easier to clean
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  3. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    I have seen it done, it looks great...BUT the smell of it lasts a real long time and comes back on the hot days. I myself would never do it because of the smell, I would throw in a vinyl flooring, but the choice is yours. Think it through real well before you do it because once its on, IT'S ON!!
  4. hazard-maine

    hazard-maine northern ranger driver

    i did it to a mud run truck i had, it worked great but what hooligan said, when its hots it stinks, and it really doesnt clean up that well
  5. timbits588

    timbits588 New Member

    i was thinkin of doin por-15 and then vinyl over the top
  6. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    That is a real good idea for rust prevention, but the prep work will be huge. You would have to scuff or strip all the paint first or the POR15 wont adhere well
  7. timbits588

    timbits588 New Member

    yeah it will definitely be a task alrite. I used the 3M paint stripper wheel with my eletric drill when i prepped my bed and the frame for por-15 and it really worked well so i was thinking of using something like that.
  8. OP

    matticus420 New Member

    That would be the problem i live in south Texas its hot 10 months out of the year
    maybe vinyl work but it was just the thought

    an another question has neone rhino lined the bottom of theyre truck
    i think i would be a badass idea
  9. Fx4wannabe01

    Fx4wannabe01 New Member

    No no no. Please no.

    Opt for this(top half of page):

    Or go for a Edge stock vinyl floor. You have no sig and no truck info so we don't know if this option is available to you. I have an Edge package vinyl floor in mine. Very easy clean up.... I take interior detail spray to it and wipe it down with a microfiber. If really filthy, wet rag to agitate the mud/dirt, then the interior detail spray and wipe. Looks brand new when the vinyl is 9-10 years old.

    Talking about temperatures....idk why. If assuming removing carpeting will make for a cooler interior temp, rest assured. There is no difference. If anything, it'll be hotter because the carpet and jute act as a heat and sound barrier. Granted a very minimal one, but still they serve a purpose. Plus, who really wants to live with a truck that's half taken apart(missing any floor covering)? Especially if it's their only mode of transportation?
  10. mac_

    mac_ New Member

    i'm with these dudes. go to the yard and pull a vinyl floor or get that^.

    IMO, bedliner doesn't even clean up that easy, short of a pressure washer, which you aren't about to use on your interior (i'd hope) not to mention your going to have exposed wires and **** to hide.
  11. Fx4wannabe01

    Fx4wannabe01 New Member

    Vinyl floor FTW

  12. pooleo

    pooleo New Member

    I did it to my truck. I used the dupli-color and there is no smell fwiw. I also put a rubber mat down over it. I think it helped with sound control alot. Although thats not why I put it on.
  13. ZRanger28

    ZRanger28 Got boost?

    please dude do not rhinoline your frame. iv heard horror stories of people doing that and it falls off the frame in big chunks or it collects moisture and rots frames out. and trust me fixing broken frames is not fun at all.......
  14. Brinker88

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    I used herculiner on the inside of my old mud truck and LOVED it. It smelled horrible for a week afterwards tho but didnt smell at all after that. I loved being able to just take a scrub brush to the floor and not worry about it molding or mildewing.

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