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Thread: Inner Wheel wells.....rhino line?
          
   
   

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    I used some brand of bed line for my '31 fender undersides - and so far the only drawback is trying to get them clean after running through a patch of mud. The stuff goes on kinda rough and you do need to use a brush to scrub them clean. Just make sure you don't get any on the paint - I'm still finding a few speckles - tough stuff !!

    For removal, someone on another site said to hit it with nitrogen though almost any of the bottled gases should work, even propane if you are brave (dumb??) enough to try it. Supposedly the stuff will pop right off
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    The stuff I used you have the option of adding the texture (ground rubber) or not. When I did the 76 Dodge, I left it out and you get a pretty smooth finish. It cleans up pretty nice with just a high pressure spray. It's kind of hard to tell from these pictures , but there is less texture than it looks like.

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    I have been using R&M brand of rubberized undercoating I got at my local body shop supply shop. It goes on like a nice vinyl top, relatively smooth and it is paintable. I have used this on inner wheelwells and undercarriages. It looks great and they even have a long thin nozzle like to ones on WD-40 to get into tight spots.

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    That's good stuff too, Dart!!! Used it a few times and found it to be a very good product!!! Only bad thing about the R&M is that there are so few around here who handle it sometimes it's tough to get hold of!
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    I forgot to take pictures but I will when my on call is over.

    As far as texture, the stuff I used is smooth (like the texture of heavy naugahyde) and has a somewhat glossy sheen so mud should sheet off with a pressure washer. I hope.

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