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Old 05-21-2002, 03:20 PM
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Some of you wanted to see what the floor looked like when the project was done. Here is the final product...Lonseal Loncoin II floor, Birch White color. I also installed diamond plate in the engine compartment. Whew...glad thats done...Steve
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Dude...looks awesome!! Cant wait to see it in person...the Pirelli in the Cafe is looking a bit tired...
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Sean...Thanks, I'll bring a sample with me when we get together. Its real nice stuff. Looks better live, the pics don't do it justice.

Fred...There are a few things I can give you pointers on before you start, give me a call when the time comes. The 2 part epoxy adhesive is the way to go. Steve
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Indy, their product info says the rolls are 6' wide. Did you have a seam to do? If so, how was that to do?
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Playn...I did not have to seam it. It made it by just a few inches. It cuts well, if you have the equipment to make straight cuts, it'll probably seam well. They have a seam sealer that you would need to use also. Maybe there is a floor installer OSO member that could give you some pointers. Steve
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Is that diamond plate the aluminum stuff?
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What is Lonseal? Is it glue in solid rubber flooring?
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That looks great!!! What kind of floor did you have before? What kind of $$$ for the material?
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