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Old 09-24-2022, 03:47 PM   #1
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2022 XLR 25LRLE flooring question

Iíve looked around but havenít found the answer.
What flooring is used in the construction of the floors of my 22í Micro Boost XLR 25LRLE? The cargo area says it has a 2000lb capacity, which is ok for my 1500lb Rzr, but I donít like the tie down locations.
Iíd like to put more tie downs or E Track down, but canít find anything on what the floors are made from.
Iíd get under and look, but I have the plastic covers underneath Iíd rather not pull off until Iím ready to put the tie downs in.
If anyone knows how the floors are constructed in these toy haulers, Iíd love to hear anything you know.
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Old 09-25-2022, 09:03 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum its a great place to get your questions answered. the actual makeup of the floor doesn't have much bearing on the tie downs. If you are going to use a traditional tie down you want to thru bolt with large fender washer on the underside and I recommend a nylock nut. I'm a real fan of E track and over the tire straps (that's what I use on my RZR trailer) each 5' section has sixty fasteners 30 a side use 1.25 sheet rock screws the heads fit almost flush and the track will not move. Saves removing the coroplast to install tie downs, you can also use E track on the sidewalls to secure equipment like what is done in the trucking industry. JMHO
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Old 09-28-2022, 01:25 AM   #3
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Thanks for the response. Iíll probably end up putting E track down eventually, but I still would want to know what Iím driving the screws into.
I wouldnít want to puncture any of the holding tanks.
You said you used 1-1/4Ē long drywall screws? Iíve seen 1/4Ē dia. lag bolts, but never drywall screws.
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Thanks for the response. Iíll probably end up putting E track down eventually, but I still would want to know what Iím driving the screws into.
I wouldnít want to puncture any of the holding tanks.
You said you used 1-1/4Ē long drywall screws? Iíve seen 1/4Ē dia. lag bolts, but never drywall screws.
Not the same unit but my 2015 20 hsf Th had plywood floors but find the location of the fuel tank first don't want to drill into that . On my unit the chloroplast stopped at the fuel tank and the garage was not enclosed underneith
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Old 09-28-2022, 12:16 PM   #5
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I found the drywall screw heads are the perfect size to fit almost flush into the E track
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