Originally Posted by Pikey Dave
Iíve never had any trouble with hooks/bass spines/gill plates/dogs claws in 30 years of RIB ownership.
Now tell me you dont fish and dont own a dog
Or you have always had wood or alloy floors
IF you could just call a supplier and get a replacement by next day at a reasonable price I wouldnt be too bothered, but Ukrain prices and 6-8weeks has me thinking I ought to take some preventive measures.
I have 2 choices now, the conveyor belting is easy to fit and very strong, or the not so strong harder to fit fitness mats so I will just use one or the other. My reason for posting was to warn others the mats might not be such a good idea.
I did try a needle on the mat earlier though and they are made of 2 materials and a grippy backing, the soft top is easy for the needle to pass but the 2nd material and grippy backing do seem quite needle resistant.
I'm ranting on....I will stop now....