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Old 02-13-2008, 10:57 PM   #21
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Nice wood!
wife did a super job making those pine seal boards look like a million bucks.



after a day of looking at, i think i need to pull emand shave em down some in thickness. but i will wait to see if it grows on me.
the floor however is fantastic
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Old 03-02-2008, 07:45 PM   #22
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Robert,
The flooring looks great. From what I can tell, you did a very good job. In fact, DW and I went to Home Depot today and bought the Allure flooring(Oak).
Soon as we returned home, I started removing the carpet. Can't believe they put carpet in a camper.
Well, after I removed the carpet, come to find out, there's Linoleum underneath. It looks pretty nice too. Kind of a ceramic tile looking stuff.
If DW likes the looks, I'll be returning the Allure. No use covering a perfectly good floor.

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Note: The slide is not fully extended in the lower photo.
Had to do something at the entrance area. Factory cut the Linoleum flooring. I covered the damaged area with laminated wood look planks.
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Old 03-02-2008, 10:34 PM   #23
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Robert,
The flooring looks great. From what I can tell, you did a very good job. In fact, DW and I went to Home Depot today and bought the Allure flooring(Oak).
Soon as we returned home, I started removing the carpet. Can't believe they put carpet in a camper.
Well, after I removed the carpet, come to find out, there's Linoleum underneath. It looks pretty nice too. Kind of a ceramic tile looking stuff.
If DW likes the looks, I'll be returning the Allure. No use covering a perfectly good floor.

I'll post pics later.
thats a cool, no need to do the job all over
we had the linoleum pretty far into the living room floor as well
but my sharp razor knife pretty much ended its life
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Old 05-15-2008, 05:09 PM   #24
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i was worried about added weight
well this weekend i weighed her before we headed out on the highway
we are 11700 now on the axles vice the 11800 ish
i was HAPPPPPY
now i can load up a bit more
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:20 AM   #25
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We are about to lay this exact floor in our slide area, steps and bedroom (all places where carpet is) my only stump is the slide...how to you transition it but yet still be able to slide it in and out? And what did you use to secure your round molding with? Thank you and your floors look great!

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Has anyone ever thought to add in floor heat to the hardwood floor..?
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