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post #11 of 111 Old 04-13-2015, 04:09 PM
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I'm tearing out my rubber floor and putting in laminate hardwood. The rubber stinks really bad (atleast the stuff I bought) and the laminate is $.77/sq ft.
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This my 7x14 .. a little bit bigger



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I'm running a 6X12 V-nose and it easily holds 3 bikes, a toolbox filled with enough tools to do ANYTHING you would ever want to actually do while at the track, Stands for all the bikes, generator, tote-bins plus fuel and leathers. I'm probably in the minority, but I don't give a shit about cabinets and conveniences. I don't live in the damn thing I just haul shit to the track in it.

2 bikes is super easy






For 3 I just install a Baxley in the nose
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i use mine to live when im at the track :p thats why all the cabinet lol
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Here is one option that seems to be pretty popular.

Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield 2-gal. Gray 2-Part High-Gloss Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit-251870 - The Home Depot

I've seen this in person and it seems to hold up really well.

I have a 7 x 14 that I'm currently building out and I think I'm gonna go with this option.

http://www.menards.com/main/doors-wi...685-c-6614.htm

Another thing to keep in mind when selecting flooring is think about what it will do when it's wet. I cant tell you how many people I've seen eat it while walking up a wet drop door.

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I am trying to figure out a good way to have my interior lighting work on mine without having to have the truck running, which is how it works now. I wouldn't mind having battery power in the trailer and keep it charged when the truck is running and towing but it's not quite as easy as it sounds. I do have a battery on the trailer for emergency break away braking and it charges while the truck is running but it's just a little battery really only good for emergency braking use. Don't really want to tie the lighting into that. Thinking about a battery with a solar charger.

Swing by my trailer at Putnam this weekend, the internal light came wired to the battery so it doesnt need to be connected to the truck. We can crack open the batter box and see how its wired.

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Here is one option that seems to be pretty popular.

Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield 2-gal. Gray 2-Part High-Gloss Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit-251870 - The Home Depot

I've seen this in person and it seems to hold up really well.

I have a 7 x 14 that I'm currently building out and I think I'm gonna go with this option.

http://www.menards.com/main/doors-wi...685-c-6614.htm

Another thing to keep in mind when selecting flooring is think about what it will do when it's wet. I cant tell you how many people I've seen eat it while walking up a wet drop door.
I will probably do the garage floor but I have the cheap ply wood and I was looking for a smooth finish. I'll post some picture of my trailer.

Also, Putnam is kind of far for me.

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I will probably do the garage floor but I have the cheap ply wood and I was looking for a smooth finish. I'll post some picture of my trailer.

Also, Putnam is kind of far for me.

But the plywood is the best material for doing burnouts inside your trailer!

And don't look at me like I am the only one that has ever done that...
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