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For an enclosed trailer with a wood floor, what's a good non-skid coating you can use on the floor? It needs to be good enough to seal, protect, and prevent skidding when used...any suggestions?
 

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What about using a rubber matting?

Try equestrian transport or trailer makers/suppliers or similar or just Google rubber matting.

With that you could silicon seal the edges.
 

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or even fold and go up the walls a bit
 

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For an enclosed trailer with a wood floor, what's a good non-skid coating you can use on the floor? It needs to be good enough to seal, protect, and prevent skidding when used...any suggestions?
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For an enclosed trailor you need to get yourself a lot of 120 grit sandpaper. I glue it down were ever you are going to be driving the bike into the trailor.
Now for an open trailor I do the same thing except I super glue a lot of small rocks to the surface.
 

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what type if glue use use when gluing rocks to open trailer?

Clear urethane?
OK, I've got to come clean VOZ, I was just kidding around for Beans' benifit. I don't use any of that. Sorry bout that. I do actually use a sand that I mix in the paint, it helps some but what really did work was shingles. I had some left overs from my house so I cut them and screwed them into the plywood every 6 inches. My trailor is a tilt so it's a pretty good angle. With the shingles on there I have not yet spun the back tire. going up of course I have an underpowered cbr900 so that might have something to do with it. lol...
 
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