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Anyone have a trailer with the advantech flooring? How does it hold up compared to the plywood flooring? After looking online for a bit, it looks like quite a few of the aluminum trailer manufacturers are using it. I recently saw it in some new mission and legend trailers.

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Hard to imagine that it wouldn't hold up. I think it could work but I would be curious if oil leaks or other contaminants would have the possibility of dissolving the resins in the flake board. If you had a good 2-part epoxy to coat it when done you might have a pretty nice floor.

This is what I put on mine 4 years ago and it is holding up pretty good.
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