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Old 09-21-2010, 04:13 PM   #1
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Cool Garage and Ramp flooring options


I have a 2008 WW LED3505. Last week when unloading the Harley I hit the brakes while backing down the ramp and the thin rubber mat pulled away from the ramp. Looks terrible now. I am thinking about replacing the current rubber mat with another garage flooring product, Line-X would be great but too expensive. What have others done? Epoxy, Paint, garage tiles, DIY liner simillar to Line-X or Rhino? What has worked and what has not? Thanks.


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Go to Menard's and get Hurculiner (sp) it is the same product that is used in bed liners. Comes as a kit with roller, gloves and stir stick. Like all things paint make sure its clean and take your time.

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Thanks Fred. I've heard Herculiner is a good product. I like the thought of this more than an epoxy solution.

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Not sure how this would work on a toyhauler ramp, worked real good on my little enclosed portable mc garage ramp: best quality oil base paint, sprinkle with clean dry sand immediately after painting ramp; after dry & hard sweep clean of loose sand; repaint.
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