Where did you get this material?
Used the same product on my fenders 3yrs ago. sanded with 80 grit and glued marine carpet to hull side, stapled over edge with stainless steel staples on wheel side. No issues und will never have to replace.
Looks like Delrin to me, but could be myriad of other stuff. Should be able to get it in sheet form pretty easily.
It was called Puckboard. It's used on various construction projects and of course around hockey rinks, comes in a variety of colors and thickness.
Good to know. Thanks for the info. The stuff I’m getting is used as a scuff liner in the semi trailers to keep the fork lift drivers putting pallets through the side wallsIt was called Puckboard. It's used on various construction projects and of course around hockey rinks, comes in a variety of colors and thickness.
Should be able to get it from your local hardware outlet or have it ordered in. It's made from polyethylene.
I used the 1/2in for mine.
turned out great. I definitely have to upgrade my trailer. BTW your welcome.Got the composite material from @BUDMAN, works awesome. Easy to cut, used a table saw for to cut the height, the a jigsaw for the radius, than my router for making the cut edges match the edge that it comes with. View attachment 985435 View attachment 985436 View attachment 985437 View attachment 985438
Drills easy as well, was nice & easy to use my countersink for the stainless bolts View attachment 985439 View attachment 985440 View attachment 985441 View attachment 985442 View attachment 985443 View attachment 985444
All in all should be an awesome upgrade as it should last 10 years or more with absolutely no problem.Tomorrow for the other side, should be a bit easier and faster on round two.
Thanks again @BUDMAN