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Old 11-17-2014, 09:56 PM   #1
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Sub Floor

As a full timer we have been looking to trade our 5r in for a newer one. The bunk house to man cave conversion has my claustrophobic DW at her end point. I layed a new floating floor this spring but the DW has to have an open floor plan. We have a Flagstaff 8528BHSS and looking at the 2015 8528IKWS. So the question is: what is the 2015 floor made of? Mine is basicly hardboard insulation, swandwiched bewteen luan, wraped in tinfoil, covered with linolum, laid ontop of alunimum structure, basicly.

I do pull my 5r with my Tundra and she does fine but she is just a 1/2 ton so trading up maybe an option.

1) At what point, GVRW speaking do they stop the sponge subfloor and install 1/2" or 3/4" sub-flooring?

2) Do they make a 30-35 foot TT with solid sub-floor, for traveling full timers and with the articpack?
Don & Dona W/yorkies Gizmo, Master Chief, & Tali
2011 Flagstaff 8528 BHSS 2015 Ford 6.7 XLT
2010 Full Timers & Still Going
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