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post #1 of 8 Old Mar 15th, 2006, 2:31 pm Thread Starter
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The right side of barbara got goat chewed on my leetle get off. Trying to keep expenses down so the insurance company wouldn't total her, I didn't have anything done with the right, rear saddle bag. The bottom part of the bag was ate real goot, so I sanded it out and shot it with Rhino liner in a can.... availabe at your friendly O'Reilly's parts store. I prolly should of filled some with bondo, but like my tape and floating skills, it would've looked worse. And yes, I did both sides.



Raffy, the gentleman and school bus that he is, is sending me a reflector and I'm calling her done.

Whilst in the process of this Rhino lining, I removed the front, lower cowling. After almost 6 years, it was purdy much beat up. I shot it, too. We'll see how it does as this area lives a purdy tough life.





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Great fix!

Damn, Grif!

This is great. I'm gonna keep this one in mind, and one of these days....

Thanks for the idea.

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What a great idea! I've had a Rhino liner in my truck bed for 6 years now. Great investment.

This use brings our l'il "truck" even closer to the truck family.

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And here I thought you'd just do the whole bike.

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Did you buy a can or two for Edgar?
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Is Rhino Liner in the "nice things" department?



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That's interesting, I had them (Rhino) do my Ft. Worth Rack and I loved the look. I asked if they would do the chrome plastic piece on my top case rack, but they said they couldn'd do it on plastic. Now that I know there are cans out there I will do it myself. Thanks for the tip.

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Did you buy a can or two for Edgar?
Nope, but that's a fine iditty. My Titan Silver could always use the shadow lines.

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