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Dave O
Posted 2017-11-07 12:10 PM (#170815)
Subject: Trailer floor extrusion

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I'm looking for trailer floor sections for a cherokee trailer. They are smooth on top and have 3 ribs on the bottom. They join w tounge and groove, with just one 1/8 in rib on one side and reviving groove on the other. I need two 80'' long pieces if anyone has some or knows where I can get them.
Cherokee trailer is no longer in business and as I understand ever trailer manufacturer has there own proprietary design so I need help if anyone can.
Thanks Dave O
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Posted 2017-11-09 12:04 PM (#170822 - in reply to #170815)
Subject: RE: Trailer floor extrusion


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Location: Vermont
If all else fails Contact DuraMag®, they do customization. If you have any questions, concerns or just want to kick around some option ideas, feel free to call the factory directly (207-660-4700). Their hours are 8-5 M-F, EST. 

Or try these guys...:)


Last idea...H
ave your trailer dealer see if they have contacts with junk yards that handle horse trailers...and scavenge some floorboards from a wrecked Cherokee

Edited by PaulChristenson 2017-11-09 12:09 PM
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Posted 2017-11-10 10:00 AM (#170823 - in reply to #170815)
Subject: RE: Trailer floor extrusion

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Realistically, you are looking for a needle in a haystack. While I don't know exactly what the Cherokee floor looked like, it sounds similar to many. In the real world, you are most likely going to just find as similar planks as possible (frankly whatever dealer you have closest by that may have some floor pieces), and fit them in. With some extra welding at the joint where it  may not quite fit together perfectly, coupled with possibly an angle or tube welded in underneath it, you can make something that will probably be stronger than the original trailer even.

Flooring material is just not something many dealers have sitting around. And there just aren't that many Cherokees, so hence my thoughts there just isn't a very good chance you'll find what you want. To Paul's note- while there may be one, I am not aware of a horse trailer boneyard. Virtually every trailer I have ever seen totaled, was either rebuilt, or there weren't any straight pieces left on it and it went for scrap metal.
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