Rear 'Garage' Floor (1 Viewer)

May 14, 2018
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..well its not really a 'garage' is it, unless you ride a 'mini-moto'. Anyway, currently the rear garage of the Autograph is rather devoid of any anchor points and has an amazingly flat shiny slippery floor which allows the content of the 'garage' to sort itself into random order after each trip. Does anyone know if there is a 'pre-cut' liner or clever after market solution to keep everything in place?

Best Wishes All.
 

funflair

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Dec 11, 2013
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I have a bit of rubber backed carpet in our garage, everything stays in it’s allotted place.

Martin
 
Oct 9, 2017
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Wisbech
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2007 Hymer B654
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I used carpet tiles. Laid them all in place starting with the easy ones and cut ones last. Should any move to form a gap it’s easy to lift some out and put some Duck tape on underside with half protruding and then infill. Have had them like this in my half garage for many years with no problems.

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Feb 17, 2017
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A Bit
I find with all the stuff my misses makes me jam into ours we don't have any issues with it moving but getting stuff out is a different matter.
 

TheBig1

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Nov 27, 2011
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many many years! since I was a kid
I use a non slip mat, the type you put under carpet rugs. Basically the same stuff as we use in the lockers in smaller sizes. an alternative is an offcut of breathable groundsheet
 

Euro330

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Aug 16, 2019
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Bailey Advance 640
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On my Approach Autograph 750 (changed now) i put B & Q interlocking mats down, about £10.
And there were Fiamma Luggage rails with adjustable hooks already fitted. Was really good bit of kit to bungee to.
 
Aug 5, 2018
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Why not screw down some cargo track and have eyelets exactly where you want them and bungies or straps to secure??

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