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Old 12-17-2017, 06:44 PM   #1
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Carpet gone

finally got rid of the carpet..yea!!
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Hey congrats, that looks fantastic! Are you pulling the Cruze on a dolly? Is it possible to flat tow a Cruze?

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Thanks for the complements, no you can't flat an Automatic Cruze only standard Trans. So we dolly it. So far so good, doing it since 2014.
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Looks great, we are in planning stages for the same project. What brand of flooring did you put down. How did you deal with the slides? Was it difficult removing the carpet where it goes under the slide edges? Thanks!
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Did removing the carpet increase the noise level or leave you with a hollow sound?

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Sorry I can't recall the name of the product. I got it installed in Pahrumph Nevada by a tile company in November this year. They did a great job did just the front living area. They did the slide booth floor and just under the couch on the slide by just two boards as I am not ever going to pull out the couch and I felt it a waste of product.

The flooring is completely waterproof. and there is no extra noise traveling. I am sure glad I did not tackle the job, they said one day job...turned out to be 3 days, lots of angle cuts. Total cost including materials $1100.00 well worth it.

I left carpet under the drivers seat as the cost to go around the pedals would have been high.

slide does not damage it at all.

a job not for the faint of heart to be sure.
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Flooring install

Is the floor free-floating or did they tack it to the floor board under it?
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it is floating. No issues so far.
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