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|66fordman||If the concrete is still stable, and only cosmetic, Go for tires and Wheels, and enjoy the Hell out of them!!|
|05-08-2013 05:28 PM|
lots of good info here. however, it will very quickly make you decide between jeep mod money, and garage mod money.
Flooring - The Garage Journal Board
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|AlexS||Rust Oleum Paint Concrete Floor Coating Epoxy Semi Gloss Silver Gray Kit 203373 | eBay|
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|st1264||Any names or links?|
|05-07-2013 08:27 PM|
|66fordman||Those tiles work and look great. There is also a product to repair concrete. It's a dry product you mix w/water, and lay a thin layer over the existing concrete, it's self leveling and easy to apply.don't remember the name but I purchased it at Lowes.4 years later and it's holding up great.|
|05-07-2013 03:23 PM|
|Wranglin4Life||I knew someone who got those rubbery gray and black tiles and layed those down all throughout his garage. Looks awesome.|
|05-07-2013 01:12 AM|
Previous Jeep ruined my Garage Floor, how do I fix it?
My old Grand Cherokee I traded in for my 13' Wrangler had some issues... everything leaked. The biggest leak was the Power Steering box. I have about a 3' circle on my garage floor where power steering fluid leaked onto the cement. The cement's finish had been peeling for a little while so it all needs to be redone. Anyone know of a product that will renew my garage floor? Something thick that doesn't need a long time to cure? I'm sure the oil spill will be a problem for most finishes that are used.
Anyone have the same problem?