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  1. Shortly I have to "rubber up" the new surface on Lone Pine. The surface is an acrylic undercoat that has been sanded to a reasonably smooth finish. The dust has been well cleaned off with damp cloths and has the sheen removed due to the sanding. There are "pores" visible in the surface so it isn't a smooth glass like finish. MJK tyres grip OK on the virgin surface but Slot it F22's ( on a slot it 21k) slip quite easily. Only eurathane and non treated rubber tyres will be permitted on the track. I was considering rubbering up the track using non treated rubber Slot it or NSR tyres on a reasonably well weighted (read heavy) car to "force" the rubber into the track surface. Would this be the best way "rubber up" the new surface?? Any experienced advice is welcome.
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