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Old 09-12-2018, 01:52 PM
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I am picky/anal guy and after owning my first enclosed trailer for a couple years, I really don't get why all the fuss for a trailer floor. My new trailer came from the dealer with 3/4" drymax OSB for the floor and it has very few, if any blemishes after 2 seasons. I am really happy that I did not spend big bucks to cover with anything. Moving sleds by hand is a breeze and the water just beads/pools on the floor. I did install traction mats and ski guides on the doors which I would recommend.
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