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Old 10-18-2011, 01:22 PM   Thread Starter #26
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on my way home from work i saw my under engine cover on the side of the highway, i got out to see if it was salvagable in any way......that bitch was shattered to pieces....
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Old 10-18-2011, 01:27 PM   #27
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LOL my was dragging on the highway one day, had to pull over and yank off.

I had my cheap ebay liners coated with "Linux/Rhino lining". Stiffened them up, protected them, sound insulation and they look way better than the plastic that fades over time. I just hose them out at the car wash. It was a little more in the end than buying OEM but the spay on was an upgrade over OEM as well.

If I go Rock auto I will get it sprayed. Oh and the guy at the dealer ship said he used nut/bolts to hold that shield on, they don't pop out like the push pins, said works good for him.

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one of my ex gf's was driving her Lexus and called me up saying she was smelling something on fire... i tell her to bring the car to me immediately. she pulls up and i smell fire... so im going over the car looking for the source... look at the lower engine shield... the pavement had melted the shield almost halfway. lol.
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Old 10-18-2011, 02:36 PM   Thread Starter #29
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Originally Posted by Apollos2 View Post
LOL my was dragging on the highway one day, had to pull over and yank off.

I had my cheap ebay liners coated with "Linux/Rhino lining". Stiffened them up, protected them, sound insulation and they look way better than the plastic that fades over time. I just hose them out at the car wash. It was a little more in the end than buying OEM but the spay on was an upgrade over OEM as well.

If I go Rock auto I will get it sprayed. Oh and the guy at the dealer ship said he used nut/bolts to hold that shield on, they don't pop out like the push pins, said works good for him.

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My fender liners are fucked too, I like the way the spray made it look on yours......so I'm copying immediately.lls
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Old 10-21-2011, 08:30 PM   Thread Starter #30
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You guys should see this thing in person.......its so flimsy.lol
Gonna hit it with some rhino before install to toughen it up a bit

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Get a picture of the thickness please!!
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Hmmm, it looks good, but I'm not surprised to hear about the flimsy. I think I might just take mine off and see what kind of shape it's in.

I bet you could get some decent spray liner at the auto store or home depot. Put in on with nuts, bolts, washers instead of the plugs. That's what I am going to do.

Thanks for posting the pic.
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Thats my plan, I'm gonna get the rhino spray from autozone and some screws. Plus like 2 of the hole didn't line up exact so i had to force it a little so I know thats gonna put pressure in the plastic plugs.
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