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Old June 8th, 2009, 10:22 PM
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Flooring (RhinoPro) for Roof Rack

So I'm guessing RhinoPro flooring or OffRoadTuff are out of business. Does anyone make the plastic flooring like this website. Trying to find a solution to getting a good flooring for my D-90. I have Plywood installed from the previous owner and it is old and warped.

http://www.offroadtuff.com/D90LRNA90FSRR.htm
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how about Chicken coop

http://www.farmtek.com/farm/supplies...15_HA2217.html
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Old June 9th, 2009, 08:43 AM
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Look up starboard or kingboard, under marine applications. It is similar stuff to the rhinopro. Comes in varied thicknesses, you can get a single sheet to fit and either cut yourself or have it jetted out.
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I read up on all the previous posts on Chicken coop. I think I might try a different route but I still have that in the back of my mind. Wanted more of a cooler look than wire. The starboard and Kingboard looks like a very interesting product. Have to search a bit on the different types they have.

So does anyone know if RhinoPro is still in business?
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Rhinopro looks awesome because it is cut to fit
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The rhinopro is a form of starboard.
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I went with chicken coop flooring from FarmTek and have been very pleased. I looked hard at starboard, but when I looked at cost and weight, the chicken won. I figured if I didn't end up liking it, I wouldn't lose much by trying it as it was so cheap. That was over a year ago. YMMV.
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how do u affix chicken coop flooring to the rack?
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I used heavy duty black tie wraps. They were about 1/2" wide. Been on there for over a year now with no problems.
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www.buycableties.com -- good place to buy some heavy duty zip ties..
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how many pieces do i need for my new safety devices rack (full rack)
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Originally Posted by stuckinastudio
I read up on all the previous posts on Chicken coop. Wanted more of a cooler look than wire.
Its not wire but rather a thick plastic grate. I have the stuff on my truck and like it.
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