100% of the manufacturing process on Rhino products has been completed in the USA. We strive to use components that are American made as well. We believe that the United States Economy is dependent on manufacturing jobs, and our customers tell us that they prefer to support that activity. We do not attempt to bash or down grade manufacturing in other parts of the world, we simply believe in supporting jobs in our neighborhoods and towns first. Your dash pad was fabricated in our facility in Oregon by craftsmen that care about quality and reputation first, and profits second. We believe this philosophy is displayed in our products and we hope you agree. You...more info
Part Number: RF501 USA made reproduction fan shroud for your 1965-1970 Fairlane, 1967-1969 Falcon, 1966-1970 Ranchero, 1967-1968 Galaxie, 1968-1970 Torino, 1966-1969 Comet and Montego vehicles with the small block V-8 engine with automatic transmission. This fan shroud is manufactured with quality 0.187” ABS material that is smooth on both inner and outer surfaces and also match the matte finish of your engine compartment. Many other manufacturers cut corners by using less expensive materials like haircell grain material. This increases the sellers profit margins but the end results are the inside surface or their fan shroud now have a haircell grain texture which looks terrible and is very difficult to clean. Do not believe...more info Sale!
Ok so here are the directions on changing the color of your dash pad manufactured at Rhino Fabrication. First, our American Craftsmen here at Rhino Fabrication use no silicone in our shop what so ever. The absence of silicone helps keep the surface of the vinyl free of nasty stuff that could possibly screw up your attempt at a great color change on the padded dash you purchased for your classic vehicle. With that being said, remember that by now you have probably opened the package from Rhino Fabrication containing your new dash pad. In doing so you have slightly contaminated the PVC skin surface you will be wanting to color. Don’t panic, this...more info