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Any ideas on who to protect and Aluminium bed from the carbides? I know about plywood. Any other ideas?
 

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Ya, that looks great!
 

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What about indoor ourdoor carpeting. Anybody think that would work?
 

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i have plastic runners on my trailer that i made with some plastic i got for free. You can also buy these at trailer shops and sled shops.
another thing i did was put and old track down on my trailer at the area where my sleds go up on it. That is, i cut and old track and screwed it down, cleats up. this is great for tractsion when loading and un loading.
A good, out door carpeting should work as well
 

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The bed liner trick works the best and is the easiest and cheapest. If you look around, you can find old bed liners that people will give away just to get them out of their yards.
 

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We got a used bedliner for $20. Did 2 trailers with it. Great Idea !
We also used rubber welcome mats that brothers work place was throwing away.
Rember to use rust resistant (galvanized,stainless) fasteners.
 

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We've used old snowmobile tracks. Ones from older machines that dont have an aggressive lug pattern.......
 
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