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Old 11-04-2011, 09:03 AM   #1
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Location: North MS
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Weak Floor in Flagstaff 25DS Micro Lite

I have watched the posts on this forum for a long time, and now I have a question which I hope someone can answer.

I purchased a Flagstaff 25DS Micro Lite in March 2010. I did purchase the additional 1 year warranty from Forrest River. We camped 43 nights last year and 30 this year. In the summer I noticed that the floor between the sink and fridg felt "soft". It would compress under my weight, 230 lbs, ya I know. Anyway I took it to the dealer I bought it from, he agreed it felt "soft", and called Forrest River. They have apparently agreed and told them to brace the floor with angle iron under the "soft" area to provide support. We have been camping twice since the "fix" and it still feels soft.

My question to anyone with this trailer or any Micro Lite is, have you experienced the same thing and if so, have you had any work done to resolve the problem?

Thanks for any help you can give,

David & Tina
'10 Flagstaff MicroLite
'09 Toyota Tundra
Nights Camped '10 (43)
Nights Camped '11 (30)
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