Plastic bed liner or mat

Sirocco Jerry

Active member
Vibration Isolation.. done right.

nicely done ! ..and now for vibration isolation..

the one on the left shows lighter duty (small coldwater) unit.
the one on the right is a XHD application.. diesel engine rig with 6 mounting points, grade 8 bolts,
..but both up and down vibration isolation from the floor for a quieter system.
..on top of your rubber matting.. is even better !
..just don't overtighten the bolts
 

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clean2be

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I purchased a rubber queen rubber mat for my 6 x 12 enclosed. Yes, I need to be a little more careful however, ordering the rubber queen for an extended GMC or Ford van, The mat extends approx. 4" up the side walls. Any spill can't seep between the floor and walls. Obviously, the mat wouldn't be quite wide enough for a 7' rig.
I clean the mat approx. 2 times a year and after 13 years, The mat still looks new and when I lift it up to check my floor, The factory gray paint looks almost brand new. Of course, Mats weigh more than paint too.
 

thowell0808

New member
I purchased a rubber queen rubber mat for my 6 x 12 enclosed. Yes, I need to be a little more careful however, ordering the rubber queen for an extended GMC or Ford van, The mat extends approx. 4" up the side walls. Any spill can't seep between the floor and walls. Obviously, the mat wouldn't be quite wide enough for a 7' rig.
I clean the mat approx. 2 times a year and after 13 years, The mat still looks new and when I lift it up to check my floor, The factory gray paint looks almost brand new. Of course, Mats weigh more than paint too.

I have a 7x14 but I like the idea of it going up the side like that. Sounds a lot better than one just covering the bottom. That's basically the same setup as the Herculiner if you paint it up the sides also.
 
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