Kylediablo
i have seen some extreme cars on here that have the interior lined with shurtape to seal and make it smooth. has anyone ever had experience with lining the inside of a wall with it? seems like it would provide a smooth surface and save time instead of sandng and what not.
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canadian no-wall
its a quick fix but resin is the better way to properly seal and smooth a box
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Team Psycho Broken
Great for testing and tunning. But resin and a really good sanding is always better imo
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Kylediablo
true, which is what i have done, i was just wondering if anyone has acually dont it and gained/ lost.
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john-hone
of course its a gain. lazy mans way of resin and sanding.

[ 04-01-2011, 01:25 PM: Message edited by: john-hone ]
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Sinister-David
lol i'm not lazy i just didn't have time to resin my box and i want to test more before making anything final but yes it does gain
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Kylediablo
awesome guys. im going to test this early next week. score without tape and score with!
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mhart
where do you get this tape?
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Sinister-David
LOWEs
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mhart
I found it today, i saw 3 different kinds of metal tape, is one better for what we do?
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Rip Rock
Get the thicker tin tape out of the 3 imo.
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dd151.9
Yep the shurtape is magic. I didnt believe it till I used it!!!
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