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    OLC Member Landy_Andy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by R_Lefebvre View Post
    I will say, the truck bed liner on the back is kinda... meh. It actually looks decent, and it's durable. But it's slippery. Stuff slides all over if it's not strapped down. I guess that's true of almost any hard surface, even some carpets. Wish I had a really good option to stick on it.
    I have some Dinoflex flooring on my rack.

    http://www.dinoflex.com/249/

    There based in Salmon Arm, and sell the offcuts cheap

    Hardwearing & it gives a nice anti-slip surface without it being rough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landy_Andy View Post
    I have some Dinoflex flooring on my rack.

    http://www.dinoflex.com/249/

    There based in Salmon Arm, and sell the offcuts cheap

    Hardwearing & it gives a nice anti-slip surface without it being rough.
    i grew up in salmon arm, my grand parents would use this stuff all the time. its great stuff. but since u already sprayed the floor you could go over it with black plastidip. its awesome and amazing stuff. if you put it on very heavy its pretty durable, and if you want it peels off. im sure a rubberized bed liner might be better. just my two cents, and great work so far!!!
    Last edited by tundra86; 11-10-2013 at 10:57 PM. Reason: wanted to add photos

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    Check out frontrunneroutfitters.com theyve got a nice footwell tank for about $150. Thinking about one for my Xterra. Theyve got some great water storage solutions.

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    Well done on the back door. You could easily add a fold up table with just a piano hinge and thin checker plate aluminum and wire. Nice rig and the mods you have done are well thought out.

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    Really well done!! I have a 60 series landcruiser and have tried to formulate an idea very similar to yours in my head. Thanks for
    the pictures to make it work. I want to use the overhead longitudinal bars to suspend a basket from the ceiling to store overhead.
    5 stars! J

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