Looks Great. I get its "free floating" but what about trailers that have "O" track the full length of the trailer. What prevents them from moving?
You can actually cut the tile and but it up against and start a new tile on the other side. Once installed, just go back and run a few stainless steel screws to secure in areas.
Talked about this idea with a couple other guys and I'm pretty I discussed this with the Rep. from SwissTrax.
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I personally wouldn't do it. If and when the decking gets wet, that moisture will remain trapped and you will have rotten wood so fast. Same applies to spray in liners. The only way to prevent this would be to guarantee the wood can't get wet or it can breath and dry out 100% quickly.so coincidentally a roofing contractor who snowmobiles called me yesterday about a project we are working on then it hit me - what about roofing membrane below carpet or race deck flooring? this will keep the water out of the subflooring, its lights weight, and pretty durable. he had a 10' x 30' remnant for me to try it out with. once the race season is over in a couple weeks i'll get to installing it and see how it works out.
i wanted EPDM but he had TPO - so TPO it is.
Actually its not as bad as one would think. If there is any water dripping it drips right through to the floor. As far as ice build up, there is way less!!! What ice or snow that sticks to the tile can be broke off much easier and then is swept out and its gone!! Prior to installing the tiles, ice would stick and build up to the plywood floor much easier and faster.Those tiles look slippery when wet.
Trailer floor is holding up just fine!! The carbides hardly leave any marks, even new carbides. My IQR has new studs and I ended up spinning by mistake on the floor and it left some marks, but honestly the marks weren't bad at all!Any updates on how the floor tiles are holding up over the past year? Positives? negatives?
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Have you peeled back the floor tiles to inspect the underlayment? Curious how your deck is holding up with this approach.Trailer floor is holding up just fine!! The carbides hardly leave any marks, even new carbides. My IQR has new studs and I ended up spinning by mistake on the floor and it left some marks, but honestly the marks weren't bad at all!
So far, I'm very happy with the floor. It looks good and it's holding up really well!!