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Old 07-08-2014, 09:28 AM   #11
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All of the trailers that I have seen have a light gray textured floor in the garage area.

This is what my 40RLS has. Although, it is difficult to clean, it seems very durable. Sweeping it dosent work, so have to use shop vac. Im going to try a small cheap electric leaf blower and just blow dirt/dust out the back. I will say.... it is tough on bare feet !

My fuel injected mx bikes do not drip gas. The 2 carbureted bikes drip a little. I either shut the fuel off and run the bowl almost out of fuel, before loading and or a piece of card board under them for travel.

I put a rag under the Yamaha, the little green one had a small oil leak that I just discovered before loading so it got a large piece of card board.

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Old 07-10-2014, 05:41 AM   #12
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Thank you everyone for all of your responses and input. Now we have more ideas and options to consider for flooring.
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The garage in our Puma Unleashed is a black diamond plate hard rubber looking material. So far oil drips clean up easily.

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This is what my 40RLS has. Although, it is difficult to clean, it seems very durable. Sweeping it dosent work, so have to use shop vac. Im going to try a small cheap electric leaf blower and just blow dirt/dust out the back. I will say.... it is tough on bare feet !

My fuel injected mx bikes do not drip gas. The 2 carbureted bikes drip a little. I either shut the fuel off and run the bowl almost out of fuel, before loading and or a piece of card board under them for travel.

I put a rag under the Yamaha, the little green one had a small oil leak that I just discovered before loading so it got a large piece of card board.

That is the same flooring my 34RL Work and Play has. Seems durable, but JC said, tough to clean and can be hard on bare feet. I use my leaf blower to clean out the garage area, after hualing the bikes in it.
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