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Old 10 July 2015, 01:42   #11
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I really like the kiwigrip I put down on my 7m. It's a thick paint that they have a special roller for. You can adjust the bite on it depending on thickness and timing of rolling it.

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Old 10 July 2015, 10:12   #12
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Thanks for the replies, I appreciate it!

Got some samples a while back and yes, the monstaliner is more like paint, too slick and not as flexible. I used UPOL Raptor liner on the interior of my CJ7 and with it's UV protection, it's a mix between slick/grippy. I've had my foot slide out from under me when trying to get out while it was wet but it cleans up easy and takes a lot of abuse. With wet conditions I didn't think it would be good for the boat floor and started looking to see if anyone tried a more rubbery type product in their boat.
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Old 10 July 2015, 17:38   #13
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Thanks. Kind of tossed around the non-slip tape if I didn't get any confirmation on the bed liner.

Biggest concern is keeping the edges smooth that are in contact with the boat.
If that's an issue, it's pretty easy to do a, say, 70% coverage pattern using blocks of tape. Just keep away from the floor edges, and you're good.

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Old 10 July 2015, 21:38   #14
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I really like the kiwigrip I put down on my 7m. It's a thick paint that they have a special roller for. You can adjust the bite on it depending on thickness and timing of rolling it.

Jason

I just did two ribs with kiwi grip for customers. That stuff is awesome. A 3/8" nap roller will give a nice texture to the kiwi grip if you do not want to go as heavy as their roller produces. Works awesome on a Searider which has the factory molded in non-skid , too!
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