I want *something* back there for when I load/haul abrasive items like cinder blocks so they don't gouge up the metal.
I'm seeing five hundred bucks for spray-in and not *that* much less for
I'm not all that wild about drop-ins because they hide corrosion and
this vehicle gets it's share of use around salt water and wet sailing
gear. .... Seems like just a sheet of plywood could easily be slid out
for occasional hosing...
I don't think side protection is much of a consideration in this case.
Is there something about plywood that I am missing?
If not, does anybody have a preference for thickness?
Quarter-inch would be nice from a ease-of-insertion-removal standpoint,
but sounds prone to warping. I'm thinking it's probably more like a
choice between 3/8" and 1/2".
- posted 3 years ago