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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-30-2010, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation RHINO LINNING RIMS?

I HAVE CHROME RIMS AND DOWN HERE IN SOUTH TX WITH SALT WATER NO BUENO WELL I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS RHINO LINED THEIR RIMS AND WHAT DID OR DOES IT LOOK LIKE AND IF POSSIBLE PLEASE POST SOME PICS.
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I would recommend against it just because of wheel balancing-that is if you drive your truck on road. If you use it as a Farm Truck or ranch truck and it is not taken up to speed then you probably can. (For the record I am a pro-liner dude).

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There is a guy around here that has his mountain crusher's line-x'ed. The shop that did it was Line-X of totem lake, you can probably google them and call them.

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You might be able to balance them, but mounting tires on the rims and putting the weights on would probly ruin your application. Still, Im trying to imagine how it would look...

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You could always use these dyna beed things to balance em...

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Don't mean to hijack the thread, but have you used these? I can't seem to balance my rear tires for nothing.

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no i have never seen them nor heard of them however if anybody has tried them please share results. Also with 40x15.50x20 rims there is nothing you can really do to balance them out. I do have a spare that i am going to try this on and will hopefully post some pics when done. Not going to use rhino linning thought going to use canned stuff. Still if there is anybody who has done this to chrom rims please post some pics.

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no, ive never used em. I do believe though that there was a thread in the parking lot about them a while back. Also, fordt, i believe has used them before so you might want to shoot a pm his way.
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Have you thought about powdercoating instead? Very good for saltwater and the coast. Either way, the prep work would have to be done correct. I dont think either one will stick to the chrome by itself and last for very long. Sandblasting, wirewheel on a grinder, or something would need to be used first I would think... Just an idea... Iv heard of powdercoating bein done for around $200 per rim. And u can get it in gloss, satin or "murdered out" flat black. Black powdercoat with chrome center caps and lugs looks pretty darn good. Just not to sure how the bedliner thing would work overall. But I would think it would have its drawbacks. Those balancers work great. Iv seen them on 18wheelers before. And my friend has them on his F550.
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Have you thought about powdercoating instead? Very good for saltwater and the coast. Either way, the prep work would have to be done correct. I dont think either one will stick to the chrome by itself and last for very long. Sandblasting, wirewheel on a grinder, or something would need to be used first I would think... Just an idea... Iv heard of powdercoating bein done for around $200 per rim. And u can get it in gloss, satin or "murdered out" flat black. Black powdercoat with chrome center caps and lugs looks pretty darn good. Just not to sure how the bedliner thing would work overall. But I would think it would have its drawbacks. Those balancers work great. Iv seen them on 18wheelers before. And my friend has them on his F550.
Ouch 200 per wheel is out of line to me. My quote was 65.00/each.
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