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fatsac 10-17-2007 9:57 AM

The Truck Stop off Auburn Blvd will charge $200 to cover my swimstep. Does anyone know of another spot or is that a good price?

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 10:02 AM

I did mine myself with some roll on Herculiner from O'Reilly's I got a gallon of the liner 2 rollers a brush and some scuff pads for $87 and I put 3 coats on and I really like it

typhoon 10-17-2007 10:17 AM

do you have any pics?

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 10:20 AM

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fatsac 10-17-2007 11:23 AM

How's it holding up? I remember using that stuff in my K5 Blazer years ago.

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 11:48 AM

it's great I love it and they actually warranty it against chipping

nasty530 10-17-2007 12:04 PM

I paid $60 to have my swimstep sprayed with Line-X here in Tucson, AZ

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 12:05 PM

My local Line-X'er quoted me $300 to spray mine

razzman 10-17-2007 2:09 PM

That's crazy, my local Line-X gut wanted $50 for the step and $40 to do the underside of the engine cover.

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 2:13 PM

my guy must just be a total ass that's why I did it myself because he quoted me that Sh|tty price

typhoon 10-17-2007 2:33 PM

is there any problem with it scratching the boards or being slippery when it is wet?

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 2:51 PM

definitely not slippery when wet and so far I haven't scratched my board on it only thing I've worried about is the ladies scratching their knees up on it get in and out while we're chillin' and swimming

05mobiuslsv 10-17-2007 3:17 PM

Damn I'd rather not have a swim step than have it covered in that hard sandpaper crap.

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 3:29 PM

i like it

razzman 10-17-2007 3:30 PM

DupliColor makes a spray liner in a can that's much less abrasive. I used it on my fenders for an anti-slip coating and it's not hard on feet at all. Covered my new sub enclosure in it as well.

fatsac 10-17-2007 3:50 PM

I like the idea. No maintenance, non-slip, and I bruise my shins on the teak anyway. At 17 years old, a little function over feature isn't going to bother me.

lovin_the_wake 10-17-2007 4:59 PM

it is definitely low maintenance

blastmaster 10-22-2007 2:28 PM

I have Linex form the Florin Road Shop. They charged me $150 total and did a bitchen job 3 years ago. No its not slippery and No its not hot either which is surprising. they hade me sand it down and run a router around the edges to roll them or round them down to get a good even coat. <BR> <BR>Rick <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/513321.jpg" alt="Upload"> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/513322.jpg" alt="Upload"> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65921/513323.jpg" alt="Upload">

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