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Old 08-21-2018, 09:47 AM
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I need something to protect the top of my tunnel from rub marks from my tool kit and gas cans. What is everybody using? I was thinking about some kind of adhesive rubber mat. Thoughts?
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Lowes sells checker plate self adhesive rubber strips about 4"x14". They are step pads for trailers so they are in their trailer parts section.

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I've been using the rubber mat that is sold to line the drawer of a toolbox. has lasted three seasons without a problem. Used waterproof double sided tape.
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Autobody shops should have rolls of a clear vinyl that has a glue on one side used for rock and chip gaurd, I think 3m’s makes it.
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You can buy the clear 3m protective film, that "revv up" mentions, from many online auction sites and retail sites. I ordered a roll a year ago and use pieces of it surprisingly often.
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