Rhino lining.

joseph1135

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So I have a tailgate for my 70 C/10. Problem is that it looks like it was painted with rhino lining or something similar. Any idea on how to get this stuff.
 

Duck

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So I have a tailgate for my 70 C/10. Problem is that it looks like it was painted with rhino lining or something similar. Any idea on how to get this stuff.
Painted only on the inside, or some idiot sprayed the outside too?

And you want it removed?

Getting it off is going to pretty much require stripping it to bare metal.
 

joseph1135

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Painted only on the inside, or some idiot sprayed the outside too?

And you want it removed?

Getting it off is going to pretty much require stripping it to bare metal.
Yup. The whole thing.
 

derekcook13

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Any size Dye grinder type of hand held, with 320 pad should work. Same step as shinning tanks.
 

derekcook13

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O' something I didn't tell ya! When you got road tar on the back of your sleeper berth. Diesel fuel usually, with some arm strong. Eventually gets it off. Tar is the substance your dealing with, in Rhino Linings. It spreads like fifth wheel grease.
 

mndriver

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This stuff works like magic on adhesive, rubber and asphalt. Melts it's before you can start rubbing it off. Non-toxic and smells good too.

Orange Peel Adhesive Remover

Some old adhesive from my old reefer trailer that had attracted dirt to it. This is how quickly it works.
 

mndriver

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O' something I didn't tell ya! When you got road tar on the back of your sleeper berth. Diesel fuel usually, with some arm strong. Eventually gets it off. Tar is the substance your dealing with, in Rhino Linings. It spreads like fifth wheel grease.
Rhinoliner and stuff are a two part polyurethane paint. Actually have hauled the stuff out of new Orleans to St Louis and other locations.
 

derekcook13

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Never messed with the Rhino! To me it's ugly. Plastic liners do the same thing. If ya get tared of looking at it, ya cann pull her off!
 

mndriver

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55 gallon drums. Equal number red and blue.

Mix them right out of the gun as it sprays on.
 

derekcook13

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Just bought this 99 a couple of weeks ago. Got some issues, nothing big. Back glass /slide window leaks. New brakes, she could use. Ford rock panels and bed show wear. Rims need redone. New tires and so on. Just regular stuff.
 

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GAnthony

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This stuff works like magic on adhesive, rubber and asphalt. Melts it's before you can start rubbing it off. Non-toxic and smells good too.

Orange Peel Adhesive Remover

Some old adhesive from my old reefer trailer that had attracted dirt to it. This is how quickly it works.
yeah, now you got a white spot that pops out for all to see.
 

joseph1135

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Just bought this 99 a couple of weeks ago. Got some issues, nothing big. Back glass /slide window leaks. New brakes, she could use. Ford rock panels and bed show wear. Rims need redone. New tires and so on. Just regular stuff.
But it’s a Ford... why would you do that?
 

Duck

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Never messed with the Rhino! To me it's ugly. Plastic liners do the same thing. If ya get tared of looking at it, ya cann pull her off!
I pulled the plastic liner out of my 1977 Ford, expecting the bed to be rusted to hell and back but it actually wasn't. I was surprised. I figured moisture would get trapped in there and rot out the bed.

The hollow voids were full of mouse nests though.
 
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