I am unsure of if I should be looking toward getting some sort of wood sheeting or paneling.
Or just going with a piece of plywood with tar paper(got that from another post)or a roofing sealant that dries somewhat like hard rubber.
I need as much traction as possible because this will be a tight track.
My other requirement is the cost has to be reasonable.
I know of a material(forgot the name though) for building skatepark ramps that would probbaly be great but at $100 a 4x8 sheet is just outrageous.
Any and all info would be GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks to all
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