Shelby Trailer – Plank
BLATTNER IS A PROUD SUPPORTER OF SHELBY TRAILER FLOORING AS ALL OF OUR BLATTNER PRODUCTS THAT INCLUDE FLOORING, USE SHELBY FLOORING.
- Will not crack, splinter, or rot
- Round Surface with Cross-Lug Pattern – Designed with animal safety in mind
- Can be spaced for drainage
- UV Resistant
- Does not absorb moisture
- Quite Ride – Reducing Road Noise
- Ease in Loading and Unloading – No slippage
- 20 Year warranty
- Made from 100% Raw Materials sourced in USA
- 100% Made in the USA
- Made of 100% Recycled tire rubber and plastic
- Horse/Livestock Trailers
- Livestock Equipment – Working & Loading Chutes
- Equipment Trailers
- Dump Extension Boards
- Bridges and Walkways
- Decks and Docks
- Truck Bed Flooring
Shelby Trailer Service, LLC is a small family owned and operated extrusion company located in Comanche, Oklahoma. We specialize in recycled tire rubber and plastic products. In the mid 90’s, Ronnie Shelby decided to venture into extruding composite lumber for the livestock trailer industry. It took time to develop a flooring product that could withstand the abuse, wear, and tear in a heavily used stock trailer.
Our goals are to manufacture products that meets or exceeds our customer’s expectations for Quality, Reliability, and Performance. The Shelby family has been in the trailer industry since 1972 and manufacturing recycled rubber plastic products since 1999. Let our 49+ years of experience work for you.
In the late 90’s, the first Shelby Cross Lug Livestock board was introduced!
Many Products have been added to the Shelby line over the years.
Cross lug board installation instructions:
The boards can run the length of the trailer or the width of the trailer depending on preference.
Bracing must run perpendicular to the board.
The brace center to center distance shall not exceed 12 inches (2 x 2 x 3/16 angle is recommended for bracing).
Each board must be secured to the frame at least every 24 inches (trailer floor screws are preferred).
Allow ¼ inch space for boards less than 10 feet in length and ½ inch space for boards above 10 feet to 24 feet in length between the end of the board and trailer frame for thermal expansion.
The board can be ripped with a carbide tip saw blade. It is recommended that a spray lubricant it put on the blade before and intermittently during the cut.