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I think this stuff is interlocking trailer flooring as far as I can tell. So if you want a "nice" edge or just want to add just one extra rib they make extrusions for that. They are like transition pieces for hardwood flooring. It's not really needed, but it's a nice touch if it's available.
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Thats what it is Andy!
The 8x12 is 5 bucks because:
I had to buy a wrecked coach to get it.
i had to pay a tow truck to move the coach.
i had to remove the parts off the wrecked bus.
I had to store the parts off the bus.
I had to type this up about the parts off the bus.
Now i have to load the parts off the bus onto Jeffs trailer (maybe).
wow,all that work has worn me out,nap time!
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Thats what it is Andy!
The 8x12 is 5 bucks because:
I had to buy a wrecked coach to get it.
i had to pay a tow truck to move the coach.
i had to remove the parts off the wrecked bus.
I had to store the parts off the bus.
I had to type this up about the parts off the bus.
Now i have to load the parts off the bus onto Jeffs trailer (maybe).
wow,all that work has worn me out,nap time!

$5/ft is fair, it's expensive stuff to buy new. Is there any way to get some to Shippy? Probably not, I'm guessing. That would be super convenient.
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Andy,if someone stops by to help load them on the roof of my bus i can bring them.
I'm still recovering from shoulder reconstruction,no way i can climb or load anything.
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Jeff, put me down for 100’.
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100 feet it is.
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That ribbed stuff is also more grippy than the diamond plate and stiffer. More grime builds up under the diamond plate, too. With the ribbed stuff running down the side you have at least a chance of cleaning under it.

So 8" x 12" is $5? Also - do you have the start/end pieces or just the full width extrusion?
Andy, This is a photo of the walk boards (i call them) that I just removed and will leave off my coach. I could never keep my coach as clean as would like too, because the boards catch and hold all kinds of leaves and other stuff. As seen in photos. Also they made it hard to just use a brush to scrub the roof.

I am in the process of painting a fresh coat of Imron white, with ceramic insulating beads and will also add a fine grit for anti-slip. Hopefully this will help with heating of roof and also make it easier to wash. But most important to me is to keep the leaves from making dirt on my roof.

Last pic is of two 8" hooked together.

Mine are up for grabs also. I am in Hilton Head Island, SC and for a special price I might bring mine to PM.
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Andy, This is a photo of the walk boards (i call them) that I just removed and will leave off my coach. I could never keep my coach as clean as would like too, because the boards catch and hold all kinds of leaves and other stuff. As seen in photos. Also they made it hard to just use a brush to scrub the roof.

I am in the process of painting a fresh coat of Imron white, with ceramic insulating beads and will also add a fine grit for anti-slip. Hopefully this will help with heating of roof and also make it easier to wash. But most important to me is to keep the leaves from making dirt on my roof.

Last pic is of two 8" hooked together.

Mine are up for grabs also. I am in Hilton Head Island, SC and for a special price I might bring mine to PM.

Sean! i would be embarrassed to have a roof that dirty!
Somebody buy Seans walk boards,he has no place to store them.
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All I see are solar panels for miles up there!


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100 feet it is.

How much do you have?


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Andy, This is a photo of the walk boards (i call them) that I just removed and will leave off my coach. I could never keep my coach as clean as would like too, because the boards catch and hold all kinds of leaves and other stuff. As seen in photos. Also they made it hard to just use a brush to scrub the roof.

I am in the process of painting a fresh coat of Imron white, with ceramic insulating beads and will also add a fine grit for anti-slip. Hopefully this will help with heating of roof and also make it easier to wash. But most important to me is to keep the leaves from making dirt on my roof.

Last pic is of two 8" hooked together.

Mine are up for grabs also. I am in Hilton Head Island, SC and for a special price I might bring mine to PM.

I need about 100-120 feet, but I really don't want to wait until the end of the year to get it. I have a bunch of solar panels to get up there and I want to fix the last leak I have once and for all (take all the DP off and fill the holes!).
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