Garage floor coatings

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DND Racing
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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby DND Racing » Sun Mar 12, 2017 2:26 pm

REDONE wrote:I already checked out the website on the back window, it's a store in New York that sells mopeds or something. Nothing gremlin related. :(


Must have typed something in wrong, www.dndracing.com, while not updated in a few years, should not be a moped website!!!

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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby DND Racing » Sun Mar 12, 2017 2:42 pm

I will try to get some more pics and info up when I'm on my other computer.

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REDONE
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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby REDONE » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:44 pm

ok, mopeds and snowpeds. :P

Either way it twernt that sweet Grem! :-bd
79 J-10 (The Money Badger) KE0LSU
304/Performance Fuel Injection TBI/MTA1/SP2P/Magnum rockers
T18/D20/D44s/33" Mud Claws
Grizzly Locker Rear
4" front spring drop, 5" rear shackle flip
Chevy style HEI (ECM controlled)
Dolphin "Shark" gauges in a fancy homemade oak bezel
3/4 resto, rotting faster than I've been fixing it.

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Moped info...

Postby DND Racing » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:32 am

I posted info on the Gremlin over in the "General Chat" section, didn't want to hijack this garage flooring thread.

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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby letank » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:16 pm



Hummmm, can I use it to paint the truck... no polishing ever needed, but it is probably too thin and will not coat vertical surfaces... may be the roof!
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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby tedlovesjeeps71 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:41 pm

letank wrote:


Hummmm, can I use it to paint the truck... no polishing ever needed, but it is probably too thin and will not coat vertical surfaces... may be the roof!

Never know until someone tries. remember when bedliner was for the bed of pickups? Saw this the other day outside of 4wheelParts. Entirely bedlined!
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REDONE
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Re: Garage floor coatings

Postby REDONE » Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:11 am

Money Badger is completely bedlined. Well, mostly. :P

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You know DND, I think I'm going to go with that muscle gloss. I really want my garage floor a super shiny red and I'm dead set against grey. My wife wants grey and is dead set against red. Black is the compromise color but I might do forgiveness strategy in the hopes she likes it after it's already red. I've got some time though, the garage is packed full of rough cut cedar for a bunch of spring landscaping.

Since we're off in the weeds now anyways, I saw this at the Lowe's and got a chuckle. "Be the dork in your neighborhood that paints his fence lime green in HALF the time!" :P
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79 J-10 (The Money Badger) KE0LSU
304/Performance Fuel Injection TBI/MTA1/SP2P/Magnum rockers
T18/D20/D44s/33" Mud Claws
Grizzly Locker Rear
4" front spring drop, 5" rear shackle flip
Chevy style HEI (ECM controlled)
Dolphin "Shark" gauges in a fancy homemade oak bezel
3/4 resto, rotting faster than I've been fixing it.


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