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Best Method for Treating Wood Decks on your Utility Trailer, etc ...23 Dec 2016 ... NOTE: 5 Gallons of 42 to 46 Weight Hydraulic Oil to 1.5 Gallons of Kerosene is the proper mix. Treating Wood Decks on Utility trailers can be Cheap and Easy, or tough and Expensive.. What you want is something that will last, either way... Try this mix.. You get both.. Spray or Roll on, and works great.. No Messy Burnt Motor Oil, etc.. Category. People & Blogs. License. Standard YouTube License. Show more. Show less. Loading... Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, ...

Utility Trailer Upgrades | Family HandymanMalfunctioning trailer lights! Followed by rusted-in-place nuts that make it impossible to change ball sizes, seized ball mounts and tough-to-tie-down trailer loads. And just about everyone wished there were an easier way to back up and line up a trailer coupler with the hitch on the first try, especially in the dark. So we did ... When you install your new lights, don't use the cheap crimp connectors to splice the wires. ... It's a bit pricey (about $200), but it'll last longer than your truck or trailer.

PJ Trailers Trailer Lumber Options GuideThis wood is native to the Southern United States and has great loading bearing capacity. It is one of the hardest pines and provides very good durability for trailer decking. No 2. Douglas Fir (Upgrade). Our Douglas Fir is kiln dried and is typically sourced from the Western United states. Douglas Fir is known for being very dimensionally stable, strong, and having good rot resistance. It also has fewer and smaller knots than our standard southern yellow pine. This is the most affordable ...

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Good water proofing for wooden trailer decks? - SmokStak3 Apr 2011 ... Seems like a good dose of used motor oil and other greases makes a trailer deck immortal... Robert ... MIne got this just by having the engines on it. I'll bet those boards will last for decades EASY. They have been well treated with many kinds of oils & stuff ... Having used drain oil for posts it dawned on me.......how about diluting drain oil with 50% paint thinner or turpentine (whichever is cheapest) and spraying it on? I ran that past my professional painter friend and he ...

A Comparison of Wood Decks and Composite Decks - The Spruce28 Mar 2017 ... Before building a deck, carefully consider the materials, which range from pressure-treated wood to natural wood to composite materials. ... A deck can last anywhere from 10 to 30 years if made from untreated wood and can last a

preserving the wood floors in open trailers | LawnSite12 Dec 2000 ... They were regular pine 2x8's. Rotted real quick. I replaced them in '96 with pressure treated and they look like new still to this day. It wasn't cheap, but well worth it. No signs of rotting, I would guess they will last at least 10 yrs or until the trailer rusts out beneath it! TLS 2004 GMC 2500HD Reg Cab BOSS 9.2 V-Plow 2013 eXmark LazerZ X-Series 60" 34hp EFI (RED) Kohler Perma-green Magnum 1996 48" SCAG Belt WB 14hp Kawasaki Classic Deck Echo 2 strokes ...

White Oak Lumber Deck - Cronkhite Trailers9 Oct 2015 ... It is widely recognized in the industry by trailer manufactures and dealers that the trailer deck floor receives the most abuse of any single trailer component. It will be the first ... Pine is readily available, relativity inexpensive, it grows fast, but it has little or no strength. It is light it is not durable and ... Why Oak? lasts longer resulting in less down time; Stronger to help transfer the weight of equipment more evenly from front to back and side to side; No flexing of the deck.

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Trailer Sauce :: Trailer DeckingConstruction_plywood.jpg Plywood decking is by far the most common decking material used due to its high strength to weight ratio, its low cost and because it is quick and easy to fit (and replace if required). Construction plywood is one of the best grades of ply for trailer decks as it is fully bonded with exterior glues and pressure treated to prevent rot and decay. It does pay to check with the supplier regarding the treatment and glue used, especially if the plywood is abnormally cheap ...

Flip Your Old Deck Boards Before Shelling Out for a New Deck22 Aug 2009 ... @Toastie: My deck is eight years old now; I live in Washington state, where the deck is wet half the time. We went with for the decking material, partially because of the conditions here, and partially because it surrounds a built-in hot tub. Three years ago we had a remodel which included the reconfiguring of some of the deck, and you can't tell which boards are new and which are old. Based on the last eight years, I'm guessing this stuff will easily do twenty ...

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