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Old 04-07-2009, 09:03 PM
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I just bought a new sled trailer that has diamond plate on the flooring. I am not a fan of the stuff or having to put ski boots on to save the carbides. What are your thoughts on the best flooring choices. Saw alot of trailers at the Hill CLimbs with a plastic kind of flooring that went over the diamond plate. Anyone happen to know what that is among other suggestions.
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i have indoor outdoor carpet in mine and 2 seasons without a tear--no protectors needed---only draw back is drying it out after each ride but i have a heated shop so it is perfect for our use---
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The stuff you see in a lot of racer's trailers comes from Tyler Erickson/ Erickson Flooring. I have it in my trailer and love it! I don't have a phone number for him tho, sorry!
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Ive seen a few that rhino lined their trailers but Im not sure it would hold up to carbides tearing it up
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Old 04-09-2009, 08:12 AM
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Does anyone have the number or a website possibly to get ahold of Erikson Floring because I can not find anything on the net! Thanks
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If I had a enclosed, id do the plastic ski runners and truck bed spray. (hurculiner-cheap) nice non slip surface,
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If I had a enclosed, id do the plastic ski runners and truck bed spray. (hurculiner-cheap) nice non slip surface,
thats what I was thinking too
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I was in one once with ryno lining it was really slick. Did they have any thing rough on it or is it a different type surface?
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That is the direction I am leaning. I am not sure if I want to glue it down or not or just put strips about every 4 ft so it will be easer to replace.
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I was just getting ready to buy 2 rolls of this flooring from costco, how do you think it will hold up.

http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product...t21277&topnav=
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My buddy did the spray in box liner, very nice looking but too easy to tear on plywood.This is the stuff you want.
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My buddy did the spray in box liner, very nice looking but too easy to tear on plywood.This is the stuff you want.
Yep, thats the new hot set up. Im having a new Featherlite built right now and they are installing Nudo at the factory.

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Which nudo product are they specifically using on the floor.


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Just an update,
I put the costco garage flooring down in my trailer yesterday, and rode the sleds into the trailer.
Not even a scratch from the carbides. I was very impressed with the product.
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Seven years ago the frist thing I did to my new Featherlite was to have Linex applied to the floor and 9 inches up the wall to create a watertight pan . This has worked very well for my trailer as it usually is used every weekend from nov to march . Cant say enough about this product and would do it again ,just my two cents .
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carbide protection I used old truck plastic bedliners. Works great and FREE at you local Linex shop. As for covering nice diamond tread plate??? Why have it if your just going to cover it?

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I put the costco garage flooring down in my trailer yesterday, and rode the sleds into the trailer.
Not even a scratch from the carbides. I was very impressed with the product.
Easy to install? any pictures (Before and after )?
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This stuff. I chose black. It works great so far. Not a carbide mark yet.
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This stuff. I chose black. It works great so far. Not a carbide mark yet.
How much per sheet?
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