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  • Thats a pretty nice set up, although He must drive round like a nana to stop everything falling over :lol:

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    • Originally posted by Caffeine_Fiend
      Scott, you need real slate tiles in there though..... none of this lino nonsense :P
      :lol: Yeah the finish on the lino doesnt look too good, im stuck on what to use, i have black/grey marine carpet at the moment which looks alright and is easy to keep clean but i want something i can wipe clean.

      Theres about 46 pages on that thread with pics of inside vans, ive been looking through them picking out what i like and dont like, its taken me 2.5 years to start it on this van, i reckon by the time i finish ill be due for a new van again. :lol:

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      • Maybe check out RaceDeck

        http://www.racedeck.com/

        Made foor garage flooring, so it's modular, resistant to a whole lot of chemicals and should be pretty easy to keep clean. Pick a complimentary colour that fits the rest of your van and it should look pretty good also (better than lino anyway )

        Worth a look I think

        Edit: further digging has turned up this crowd as the Aus importers: http://www.geofsgarage.com.au/

        Looks like it's also available via these guys in Vic: http://www.garageworks.com.au/Racedeck_Tiles.html

        Dan


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        • Yeah i like those tiles, I like the free-flow one that you can wash your car on and the water runs under them.

          I dont think they would work in a van though cause you would need to trim them to all the curves around wheel arches etc. i think i need that rubber type flooring like this: http://www.garageworks.com.au/progarage_floor.html

          Problem is i know that coloured rubber type flooring isnt cheap.

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          • Looks good

            I guess none of these solutions are what you'd call cheap

            You could always just concrete and epoxy over the top but it may be a little weighty LOL


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            • :lol:

              Im already pulling a 1000litre water tank that usually has about 300-400 litres of water in it at a time plus another 500kg in equipment and products. The tank is oversized for what i need which is why im building a new one.

              I'll post up pics once i commence construction, ive already picked out all the aliminium trim pieces and fittings. :lol:

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              • Really looking forward to seeing progress pics mate. I love this sort of stuff


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                • Originally posted by Scott
                  How do you go towing a trailer around, i couldnt imagine taking a trailer to some of the houses and underground car parks i go to it just wouldnt work. :?
                  I like having a trailer so that I have the freedom to unhook it and have the car. I wouldn't want to always have to take all my gear everywhere. I only work where I can use power and water, I don't carry my own. Being in the outer east of Melbourne having space to park and work is rarely a problem.
                  Trev. Tiger Car Cleaning. 0408 100 467. Melbourne Outer East & Yarra Valley.

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