O.T. other uses for truck bed coating; RE: [Diy_efi] Runaway turbo diesel?
Thu Sep 13 17:09:54 UTC 2007
i saw them removing it from a nissan TiTan that had factory installed
rhino lining. they were using an inductive heater on the metal bed to
release the liner in small areas at a time. looked like no fun. I
imagine a heat gun or map gas torch would work for non conductive
materials....but i Don't know for sure.
On Thu, 13 Sep 2007 11:52:35 -0500, you wrote:
>Is there a good way to remove this stuff once it is applied? Has anyone
>tried it for use as a garage floor covering?
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>From: "J M" <galaxiecustom500 at yahoo.com>
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>Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 11:25 AM
>Subject: O.T. other uses for truck bed coating;RE: [Diy_efi] Runaway turbo
>> Another use is making steering wheels. On the 2004 Formula SAE car at
>> Ohio State we used a sheet of carbon fiber cut to shape, added a hard foam
>> to create the grips then sprayed the foam with truck bed coating from the
>> local parts store. Not as good as the commercially applied coatings but
>> has held up very well.
>> The past few years we've been using Alcantra to cover the foam instead.
>> don.broadus at exeloncorp.com wrote: That is good to know, got the Rhino
>> lining on my truck, it's good stuff
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