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Old 10-23-2008, 03:46 PM
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Just was trying to figure out what to put over the plywood for protection & was wondering if anybody has ever tried putting down the 12" x 12" non-slip linolium (sp?) pieces that have the glue on the backside? Basically it is the home flooring stuff? Any experience/ideas?
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Old 10-23-2008, 03:54 PM
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Is it just me or what but my plywood floor doesnt get wrecked from usage.
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Don't waste your time (or $$$) with the cheapo glue down squares. First time you run your sled in they will look like crap, and do nothing to protect your floor. Rino coat it.
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i have glued rubber mats that fit under my tie down tracks, kind of clumsy. but my buddy has rhino lined his whole bottom and up the sides a foot, it is nice never moves around wont have to worry about getting moisture under it repair is a cinch seems like the way to go
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