Posted 08 October 2014 - 09:12 PM
Beware of using a bunch of liqiud nails and sticking it to plywood. The wood and track expand and contract at different rates. Particularly if you have it somewhere that has a great temperature difference range,such as a garage. If you do not allow for this you can expect bumps and buckling in the summer and cracking in the winter.
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