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Rhino linings, who's planning to use it on the hardtops, bumpers & all plastic areas?

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I doubt I'd do something like this, but is this what you were
Check out Vvivid vinyls. They have a new rhino wrap material. That way if you get sick of it, you can peel it off.
This isn't what you were talking about, but, I found something called, "rugged wrap" since I could not find a video for the specific Vvivid Vinyls

 

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I have a feeling it would look awful on a large flat surface. On smaller areas like flares or step boards, the uneven finish doesn't stand out.
 

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Factory bed liner on my gen 1 Rap running boards still looks new. I figured it would wear where I stomped every day but no.
 
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I would like linex body armor.
I was just looking it up. I wonder how much that would cost buts seems perfect for the hardtop in protection, and noise dampening
 

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I was quoted $400 for Line-X undercarriage treatment. Thoughts? I know next to nothing about this stuff but where I live we get from -50 in the winter to 98 in the summer. The roads here are more than enough to require a badlands bronco. So I am looking into some undercoating and this was recommended. Thought about doing the fender flares as well because I think they look pretty cheap.

Anyone with knowledge on Line-X or any similar products, I would appreciate the feedback.
 
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I was quoted $400 for Line-X undercarriage treatment. Thoughts? I know next to nothing about this stuff but where I live we get from -50 in the winter to 98 in the summer. The roads here are more than enough to require a badlands bronco. So I am looking into some undercoating and this was recommended. Thought about doing the fender flares as well because I think they look pretty cheap.

Anyone with knowledge on Line-X or any similar products, I would appreciate the feedback.
Bump. I also thought about adding it to the hard top if I got the plain black hard tops and to the fender flares like u mentioned and maybe the steel bumpers (front & rear)for extra protection against damage and rust
 
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Raptor liner is really easy to do yourself. Paint was starting to go so I did my whole 4runner for under $300. Super durable stuff and easy to do. I am definitely not suggesting to to a brand new Bronco but fenders and parts that are going to get rubbed/brushed for sure.

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First, I plan to plasti dip the top, grill, and wheels in white to see how they look. If it's a go, then I'll paint with raptor liner or the like.
 

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