using composite wood on a trailer bed

Trailer Deck Replacement - YouTube

Apr 3, 2012 Describes how to change/install new boards on the deck of a cargo trailer. This video helped me realize I was not crazy and yes the board were "built in" to my trailer with no real consideration for future replacement. And yet another use of my high-lift jack. With the cost of a "decent" trailers these days,

US8118345B1 - Flooring system for use with flatbed trailers

In particular, the use of unmodified, non-reinforced domestic wood for flatbed trailer purposes tends to warp, crack, shrink, deteriorate and break loose from the trailer framing, etc., in a relatively short amount of time as compared to tropical hardwood. Considering that the labor cost of installing a wood floor on a flatbed trailer

Rumber Equipment Trailer Decking - New Century NORTHWEST LLC

Rumber - Recycled Rubber made into planks that you deck equipment trailers and many other commercial and industrial applications. Details / Technical information Rumber? lumber is unique in that it is the only patented alternative lumber product that combines HDPE with tire rubber. This combination has many

Re-Deck Your Trailer - Quick Tip - YouTube

Jan 8, 2012 Quick Tip on How to Re-Deck Your Car Hauler Trailer This isn't a full how-to but just a quick tip on how to remove boards when redecking your car hauler trai

What kind of wood do you re deck your trailers with? LawnSite

Apr 9, 2008 that composite decking bends like it's rubber. it wood(pun intended) make a horrible deck for a trailer. "Your Lawn is Unique, Your Lawn Care Provider Should Be Too" 2005 GMC sierra 2500 4x4 :gmctruck: 2000 Chevy Astro 4.3l vortec V6 :weightlifter: 2006 Simplicity Broadmoor 2005 Lawn Boy 21" walk

Leaving Gaps Between Pressure Treated Wood Deck Boards

Whether to leave a gap between pressure treated wood deck boards depends on how dry the wood you're using is. Leave Gap: If the pressure treated wood has been kiln dried after treatment (KDAT), leave a 1/8” gap (the thickness of an 8-penny nail) between the boards when attaching, since the wood will expand slightly