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    Trailer flooring question

    Our trailer is a couple of years old now and it is in very good condition. We constantly are moving our displays and Golf Cart etc. in and out plus all the movement during travel. I like the rubber coin flooring, is that available or is it a dealer type thing only? Anybody know where we can buy it from if it is available??? Got to keep things looking nice.
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    http://www.rubbercal.com/Coin_Grip.html

    http://www.nextag.com/626691649p/zz2zB4z23/prices-html

    http://storeitwell.com/garage-flooring-rolled-c-24.html

    Just a few links I found. My brother said never put linoleum in a trailer. his came with it and it only took about 2 days for him to damage it when he dropped a jack. We've thought painting ours.

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    Thanks !! I wonder what all is involved in instaling it?? It does look like the way to go.
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    The spray in bed liner is the trick easy clean up and very hard to damage we put it in one of our trailers about two years ago very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlmotorsports
    The spray in bed liner is the trick easy clean up and very hard to damage we put it in one of our trailers about two years ago very nice.
    We were told at the drag news show that only works on new trailers. Once a trailer gets dirty and has oils and whatever dripped on it, It's not wise to coat it.
    I don't know if that is true, just what we were told.

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    One thing about our trailer is ,it's never had a car in it so oil and other liquids isnt a problem, we use it to haul our display around from event to event. Never thought of the spray in bedliner deal, Ron did you use a product like Hurculiner (do it your self) or did you have a Line-ex or Rino lining type of product put in? I had a pick up with Line-ex in it and that was some awesome stuff.
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    If it's a wood floor you could paint it, that s what i did with a two part epoxy that you can get at Lowes or Menards and comes with different color paint chips. It was about $80.00. Just an idea. Mine was done about 4 years ago and looks as good as the day i did it.
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