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Old 10-27-2020, 01:17 PM   #1
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Adding additional support beams to Hybrid frame

Just wondering if anyone has ever had additional metal support beams welded onto their frame, and if so, what was the cost? We are redoing the soft spots in the floor and find that support is sorely lacking in certain areas
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Old 11-11-2020, 03:28 PM   #2
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Have you contacted the manufacturer about this? I'm asking because we have a 2016 Freedom express 24SE and the floor braces are more than 4ft apart and the floor feels like it is going to fall through in front on the sink. We have had someone look at it and there is no moisture issue. We were wondering if all of the TTs are made like that as well.
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No to contacting the manufacturer

I have a 2005 Surveyor 190t, so it is long past getting assistance from Forest River. I actually hired a welder and had a steel beam welded from the middle to the front. What a huge difference it makes! My plan is to also add aluminum support beams from the middle to the sides when we work on that area of the floor
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