Originally Posted by HAARubicon
... we spoke with our tech at the dealership prior to screwing into the floor. It is a bonded floor with the top layer being a plywood from what we were told. I used #14 wood screws, 1" long and had good grip going in and no issues with clearence.
It feels very sturdy, 6 screws per base plate.
Prime Time's website says that it's Eternabond flooring has 2 layers of plywood on the topside. In my Lacrosse, this is 2 layers of 1/8" plywood that looks more like lauan as it has a thick centre core and VERY thin outside layers.
My freestanding dining table has already pulled the screws out of the floor in the slideout. The PT website says the slideout has 3 walls and the roof made from Eternabond and the "main floors" are Eternabond but doesn't refer to slideout floor so it may be different.