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camper floor

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My floor on my 24' camper is getting soft by the door. How does one go about repairing it? Are these built similar to houses with joist going across the main frame?

Kevin

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first thing is to find where the water is coming in.

unless it has a enclosed underbelly you should be able

to see what floor system you have by looking under the

trailer. then you can cut out the bad stuff and relace

with the same thickness with marine plywood. then you have

to decide what you want to do with the floor covering.

if you have lino you can just cover the new with carpet

and use transition strips. many ways to do this project.

randy aka bbqhead

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Bad spot is right in front of the door. The bottom is enclosed..

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i should have asked what year and brand of trailer..

most of the newer trailers have steel trusses.

if you want to call me my # is 651-387-6358.

easier to explain on the phone than typing.

randy aka bbqhead

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