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#1 7star

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 01:09 AM

Does your soobi have rust? My name is Jonathan, I work for Rhino linings of Spokane Washington, being a new owner of two 1980 soobi brats, and I have learned that all soobi's are rust magnets. Now, I have saved everything from rusting from VW's to Jeeps, Toys, and various 70's and 80's trucks. I've been doing this for 3 yrs and I'm really good at it! This isn't an ad in any way for Rhino Lining. It is an ad about my work. I've done everything from ghost flames to wild designs, and in all colors, I am able to have the appearance of a painted design. This stuff is the ultimate body armor. I myself have a 01 Kia Sportage with Rhino on the bumpers, rockers, fender flairs, hood, mirrors, windshield wipers, inside, and am planning to do my brat all over in black, with white racing stripes, pics to come soon! I am expressing my ideas as a fellow soobi lover/owner. I would hate to see you go to another bed liner distributers or use a do it yourself kit and not be satisfied. My work is unique; other shops are not willing to adventure out and do the artistic detailing which I have the passion for.

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Thanks! you know where to find me!

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#2 baccaruda

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 11:05 AM

did you.... line the entire truck? :eek:

Do you deal with rust repair and sheetmetal replacement as well?

This looks to me like an ad :grin: and that's OK, a lot of us have businesses that we use to benefit the USMB as well as ourselves.

Info about pre-lining prep and longevity and prices would be interesting...

#3 markjw

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 11:18 AM

I'm also wondering about the Rust Repair. Maybe the Rhino Liner works the way products like Rust Bullet and POR-15 work? Only,more durable.

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 12:05 PM

I've never had the impression that it was a rust converter; I always thought it would be a great outer layer of protection for a car that is already rust-free or rust-repaired.

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 01:02 PM

no I do not repiar sheet metal. I have guys that do thoe. If it has surface rust I sand and primer, fix the spot rhino over, and WA LA you have body armor and protection from the eliments. as for price if you call me we can talk. It varies, and "yes" that Toy is completly coverd. It was silver. He wanted a hunting rig that could go anywere. more pics later. to meny to weed through. give a call :banana: (208)-964-1180:banana:

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Posted 22 August 2009 - 03:37 PM

did you.... line the entire truck? :eek:


Looks like a Californidahoan's truck.
Good looking work though.
After the BRAT is done you might be getting a call.

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