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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-13-2015, 04:36 AM Thread Starter
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Cool 2013 Highball Rhino/Line-X

Thinking about rhino lining or line-xing my bike. I used to have an h2 rhinoed and thought it looked flippin cool, any body have any thoughts on if I should do it or not

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Thinking about rhino lining or line-xing my bike. I used to have an h2 rhinoed and thought it looked flippin cool, any body have any thoughts on if I should do it or not

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That will immediately make your bike worth next to nothing... Buy a set of used tins and do it to them.
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On an H2 that's supposed to look durable and tough Line X looks good. Do you want your Highball to look like a 4wd?
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No I saw some bikes that looked good with the stuff on them. But I'm just going to opt out for a full satin cover instead thanks
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I can't imagine an industrial coating that was developed for oilfield applications looking good on a Vtwin motorcycle.... But above and beyond that it would be a tough sell down the road. It's your money and your bike though so do what you will!!! If you do it please post pics.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-31-2015, 07:13 PM
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Line that beast! Sure, resale may be affected… but hey, it's a friggin' bike, not an investment!

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