CNC rubber mats for my L2501 HST

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Noice. You cut those on the CNC? You wouldn't happen to have a drawing/model you'd be willing to share, would you?

I don't have a CNC, but I do have access to a plotter, I could print out a 1:1 and try my best at cutting/drilling by hand.
I'm a little worried about sand/moisture getting underneath there and rotting the floorboard away, but at the same time, it's not as permanent (read, "easier to back out of") as going the rhino lining way.
 

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My first forum. I shared these on someone else’s existing forum but not sure that was the correct way. I made some rubber mats for my L2501 HST. They should fit other L series HST models if interested. Easy to install and remove for cleaning.
Are these offered for sale or just showing what you can do? I think I saw them somewhere else held in place with elevator bolts.
 

Hawk67

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I saw the ones you are referring too and those mats did use elevator bolts. The ones I make do not need elevator bolts. The holes let’s the mats drop in place and stay put.
Yes, I will sale these if there is interest. Message me if you would like a set.