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Old 06-12-2014, 10:06 PM   #15
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so kraig, even the earlier Alpines had problems with tile because of the sub floor? Or did Western start cheaping out in the later years due to financial problems? I've watched videos of other coaches that have tile installed before on a flat floor and then lifted into place so nobody can walk on it before it's dried. So Western Rec didn't finish these coaches that way? So my coach has 47000 miles and it shouldn't be breaking at this point. Should it? The grout and finish is fine...no problem there. The Tile in front of the carpet around the front seats is perfect...no cracks. Only place the tile is cracking in next to the refer and the sink area. Now, I do remember my 03 had a few cracks near the refer area, but that was it.

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