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post #1 of 6 Old 02-05-2006, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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I recently purchased a new trailer (16+2) and am now interested in finishing off the inside of it to make it look nicer. I have seen quite a few "finished" trailers with some sort of white insulation type sheets and I was wondering if there was some suggestions as to how to finish off the inside or where to get material to do this. I won't be heating the inside of the trailer, but would like to get it looking nicer on the inside. Was also looking at some shelves from Moduline - is there any other ideas on where to get these also?

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Wet bar and a stripper pole....

might not have snow but who cares!!!
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Wet bar and a stripper pole....

might not have snow but who cares!!!
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Wet bar and a stripper pole....

might not have snow but who cares!!!
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This isn't exactly what I had in mind......but it could be interesting - I would have to do more trips with the guys without my fiance. I guess I could tell her the bar was for storage of oil and gas the the pole is for tying down the snowmobiles during transportation.

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My Dad used to install this stuff called "fiberglass reinforced panelling" or "FRP" for short. Used mostly in the food processing industry it is resistant to most chemicals and was cleanable by pressure washer. Was durable as heck too. About 1/8" thick, white, you glued it or pinned it on the walls. I always thought it would be great in a garage...or inside a trailer.
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