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Trailer Wood Deck, Treatment? - Yesterday's Tractors

Re: Trailer Wood Deck, Treatment? in reply to T_Bone, 06-12-2005 21:45:46 If you are taking off the pressure wood anyway, just replace it with rough sawn oak from a lumber mill. It is cheaper than treated wood and will last a loooooooong time.

is it ok to use untreated wood for decking joists if i am ...

Is it ok to use untreated for decking joists if i am going to treat them my self - Answered by a verified Home Improvement Expert ... is it ok to use untreated wood for decking joists if i am going to treat them my self. Submitted: 11 years ago. Category: Home Improvement. ... I have a deck built of pressure treated wood. The decking boards are ...

Good water proofing for wooden trailer decks? - SmokStak

I built truck bedside with the new treated wood about 3 years ago with untreated fasteners. the only thing I did was to coat the cadmium plated bolts with gun grease during assembly. Kent The Following User Says Thank You to K D Redd For This Post: Tony Thompson ... Good water proofing for wooden trailer decks?

new deck for trailer; just use pressure treated wood? | NC4x4

new deck for trailer; just use pressure treated wood? Discussion in 'Tow Rigs and Trailers' started by Shannon, Nov 16, ... so have to redo the deck asap. Just use pressure treated wood? Right now it is screwed down all over the place, I assume that I don't need to put those 200 screws back in since the boards are held in by the welded on flat ...

What kind of wood do you re deck your trailers with ...

What kind of wood do you re deck your trailers with? ... I was curious if you go ahead and replace it with treated 2x or if there is a cheaper alternative. Here some trailer places call it "white wood". ... have a mill around, then use the treated boards. If you take care of them, they will both last a long time. The non treated wood at the box ...

Trailer floor wood...plain pine, treated or oak ...

My car trailer needs new wood...the pine floor lasted 6 or 7 years but has really rotted out this ... I have had more traction trouble with my 10 ft wooden deck tilt trailer! It REALLY get slick when it is wet! Rol Extreme S.W. Michigan ... which should shorten the length enough to get the other end in. I'd either use treated wood or prime and ...

Best treatment for a wood deck trailer - Pirate4x4.Com ...

What is the best way to treat my wood deck. The trailer is 1 year old and I want to make it last. What should I get. I' like to put some color in it

Car trailer needs a new floor | Hearth Forums Home

Car trailer needs a new floor. Posted By jeromehdmc, Dec 31, 2011 at 1:57 AM. ... So I would say that given a choice of the cheaper treated wood or untreated I would go with untreated or even cedar if you could find it. The structural grade #1 seems like it would be a good choice if you can get it. ... Had to trim the ends slightly to fit in ...

PJ Trailers Trailer Lumber Options Guide

If you already own a PJ Trailer and would like to replace your deck with one of these lumber choices, please contact your local dealer. ... Trailer Lumber Options Guide ... No 2. Treated Southern Yellow Pine (Standard) Our pressure treated No 2. Southern Yellow Pine is our standard lumber. This wood is native to the Southern United States and ...

When is using untreated lumber better? | HowStuffWorks

When is using untreated lumber better? by Elizabeth Abbess NEXT PAGE . Untreated lumber has ... It's also important not to let any type of treated wood come in contact with drinking water. So if you want to know when it's better to use untreated lumber, the answer is almost always. The debate is still out on whether or not there are any ...

wood treatment for treated trailer deck? - Pirate4x4.Com ...

wood treatment for treated trailer deck? I've got 2x8 on my trailer deck. Its been on there 1.5 year now. Should be plenty dried out and ready to sop up whatever I put on there. What is the protectant of choice these days? My trailer sits out int he sun/rain/snow all day every day, so the deck is definitely abused. Prefer something that isn't ...

oak or treated pine for trailer deck? - Yesterday's Tractors

It's as strong as white oak, and even more decay resistant. In all cases, untreated wood has to be heart wood since the sap wood of almost all species has very little decay resistance due to the low level of extractives. ... Re: Re: oak or treated pine for trailer de in reply to snitkawl, 04-05-2004 16 ... oak or treated pine for trailer deck ...

Lumber Choices for Trailer Decking - WOODWEB

Lumber Choices for Trailer Decking White Oak is the top choice for decking a truck or trailer, but other woods get some votes in this thread. March 4, 2009. ... are or wood in contact with a framing member will not dry out quickly and so you will need a decay resistant wood or treated wood. Even slightly decay weakens the wood. As the cost of ...

preserving the wood floors in open trailers | LawnSite

preserving the wood floors in open trailers. Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by geogunn, Dec 12, ... the wood is pressure treated and still in good shape, but when it starts to weather, it seems to go quickly. ... I think when I redo my trailer I'll look at that fake decking stuff for home decks.As long as its strong enough it will last a ...

Treated or Untreated Which is Better? | Yahoo Answers

I would like to build a deck in my backyard. Which wood is better for this? Treated lumber or untreated?