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Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Issue Ten
January 5, 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show Photo Gallery
SEMA 2003
Toyota Tundra Double Cab Review
Infiniti QX56 Preview
Review PowerBook G4 17 inch
Coming Next Issue
Detroit Auto Show 2004
Jaguar S-Type Review

SEMA 2003: Bigger! Badder! Better?, continued.

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RaceDeck Garage Floor Covering FastDeck

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Naked garage floors aren't often pretty, so people paint 'em with epoxies, which look pretty for, oh, about a month or so. Hot tires lift the epoxy, harsh chemicals stain the epoxy and dropped tools can chip the epoxy. When this happens, you have to repaint the affected areas, or learn to live with the damage.

Solve those problems with Racedeck's patented, multi-purpose floor system. The high-tech snap-together flooring solution is resistant to oil, grease, petroleum products and other automotive chemicals. It won't "lift" when hot tires drive over it, and it's designed to stay flat on almost any surface. It's UV resistant, so the colors won't fade, and if you ever damage a section of the floor, however unlikely, you can simply replace that small section with a new square.

Racedeck was showing a portable version of their product at SEMA, called Fastdeck. This portable flooring solution features "living hinges" and is designed for easy rollout and roll-up, making it ideal for race teams and car shows.

To learn more about the innovative line of flooring solutions, check visit

Obviously these are just a few of the new products and solutions that caught our eye at SEMA. This show continues to amaze us - it's a true testament to the innovative nature of "car people," and next year's show promises to be even bigger, with more vendors and more new products. Heck, if the show continues to grow at the rate that it has been growing, SEMA won't be a 4-day show held in Las Vegas; it'll become its own entity.

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