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    I'm looking for some ideas on what to use for making my own Snowmobile ski guides on my trailer. I would appreciate any ideas you have to offer.
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    Watch the side of the highway for stray bed liners.
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    X2 on the bed liner. I found all of mine free on craigslist.
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    Bedliners work fine. Check any place that does spray on bedliners like Line-X or Rhino Liner. They usually have tons to get rid of, often for free.

    You can also use Home Depot vinyl garage door moulding, it's got a profile to accept carbides on the back side. Fasten it smooth side down, you're good to go. Look at http://www.homedepot.com/s/vinyl+gar...molding?NCNI-5 Model # 0249710015 This stuff is pretty stout, it should last a very long time.

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    Default Snowmobile trailer ski guides

    I picked up a bed liner cut it up and it did my aluminium loading ramp and the trailer excel pent idea a lot cheaper doing this. Thanks for the suggestions it helped a lot.

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    I have seen that white plastic garden lattice used. Lay it on the whole trailer floor and ramp and it works great.
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    I would also caution you on some of these materials'. They can be super slick with snow on them. After almost killing myself several times with the cut up bed liner I opted for the snowmobile ski guides that have the little nubs sticking up. I can walk up my ramp with these on. Worth not breaking my arm or tweaking my back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _DJ_ View Post
    I would also caution you on some of these materials'. They can be super slick with snow on them. After almost killing myself several times with the cut up bed liner I opted for the snowmobile ski guides that have the little nubs sticking up. I can walk up my ramp with these on. Worth not breaking my arm or tweaking my back.

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    Yea I got the Super Glide II Pro's in my trailer they are expensive but worth it I think. I noticed my hurculined trailer floor is like a ice skating rink with s now on it, but the Super Glide II's are really grippy and you can turn on them.

    http://www.superclamp.net/

    I got mine on Amazon for I think $99 + free 2 day shipping with Amazon Prime. I needed 2 boxes for my 6x12 though.

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    Pretty sure that is what I have. It is the only thing I will ever use on the ramp and now use all over the trailer.


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    I used the Home Depot vinyl garage door molding on my ramp for my sled deck. It has worked great with no issues all last season.

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