Hey all, had a few hacks before, but just ordered my first new, large one. Im putting a DMC Kenda on my GL1500 so my wife and I can tour the US in style (actually, more for her comfort). So the sidecar is being built, and should be here in about 4 weeks or so. We like to stay off main roads as much as possible, and that means alot of hardpack gravel roads. The sidecar is fiberglass, so I am concerned about the gelcoat on the bottom of the car, and the fibergalss floor. So I am asking, what is the best way to protect hte bottom of the sidecar (on the outside of course)? Im thinking rhino or bedliner, or buying some very thin aluminum sheeting and using the 3m automotive double sided stuff to adhere. It would be very lightweight, just to prevent scratching and chipping, im not going to be single tracking it with a GW1500 Im leaning toward the aluminum, for looks and durability, plus it could be removed. Thoughts? Other ideas?