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    Any suggestions where I can get decent rubber flooring in Adelaide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gettingbigger View Post
    Any suggestions where I can get decent rubber flooring in Adelaide?

    Cheers, GB
    Adelaide is shit for rubber flooring.

    I looked at over 5 different places and the only place i found that had close to what i wanted was Clarke Rubber but they are so expensive.

    I decided to go for this:

    RUBBER GYM FLOORING 1m x 1m

    Even with shipping it works out cheaper than Clarke Rubber and it is also thicker (the clarke rubber stuff is only 6mm thick).
    Best Lifts = 195kgSQ 142.5kgB 230kgDL

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    My flooring is old conveyor belts. Paramount browns has heaps of different thickness and they fairly cheap.
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    Cheers guys. I`m considering the foam mats that interlock. I know they are not as strong but it`s just for me and the wife to use


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gettingbigger View Post
    Cheers guys. I`m considering the foam mats that interlock. I know they are not as strong but it`s just for me and the wife to use
    There were a heap of those left in the shed when we moved into our current house a few months ago, don't know if I would like to train on the things, bit soft under foot.
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    Go look in bunnings. I found a couple of rubber door mats that i use to deadlift off now. I think they were about $7 each. You can also get rubber cut to size there, as well as the interlocking stuff.

    Clarke Rubber weren't very useful.


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    Cheers buddy I`ll have a check when I next go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gettingbigger View Post
    Cheers guys. I`m considering the foam mats that interlock. I know they are not as strong but it`s just for me and the wife to use
    The interlocking matts are pretty shit IMO, they deform & rip. Furthermore, I would not want to Dead/Squat on them ....


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