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Flooring options
#1
Is polyurethane a good option for drifting on a wooden floor?

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#2
I would think so but can't say for sure the wife makes me drift in the basement so I put down some Harbor Freight fatigue mats.
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#3
Whats it made of...what style of drifting; cs, rwd, 50/50? What kind of tires do you use; rubber, abs, plastic?

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#4
I would kill myself for drifting on a wooden floor. At home I drift on tiles. Cleaning up after is the worst thing. Some tires leave some resin on the tiles. I can imagine lots of scratches on a wooden floor.
Plastic tires are too soft for carpet. We here use carpet tires for most surfaces. We just adjust the gear ratios to suit the surface we run on.

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#5
It's my shop...the floor is plywood...i want to coat it but don't know whats good

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#6
Why not just lay carpet ? It is cheaper no ?

I think pu is expensive. You might need a few coats.

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Its my shop floor...the carpet might get oily...i was thinking decking paint also...it needs to be oil and waterproof so i can mop and keep dust off of it

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