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Old 04-21-2014, 04:38 PM   #1
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My Floor is Almost Done

This was not the easiest project when your living in your coach. Many thanks to Ernie, I didn't personally ask you a lot of questions, but I read every one elses, and I looked at every pic on your message board. Bruce
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Great looking floor. Nice job.
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WOW!!!!
what a major improvement
if you are in weatherford, tx, stop by, I'd like to see it
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Old 04-21-2014, 06:58 PM   #4
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Great job!

It difficult enough doing projects when your not living in it.


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Well done. Is that Hickory?
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That looks very good. Any problems with the bottom of the slides dragging on the wood?
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Old 04-21-2014, 07:12 PM   #7
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Excellent job! I'm sure that it will give you years of pleasure.
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Old 04-21-2014, 07:20 PM   #8
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What Monaco model did you update with the flooring?
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I have the same question on the slide dragging on the new floor? Thanks
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Looks great, when you come through Branson , Mo. I would love to see it and get some pointers from you as I am thinking on doing the same thing. Did you pull up your front seats and all, or go around them? I have tile in kitchen and would leave that. Take care and good traveling 2002 Holliday Rambler d/p 40ft. Endeaver
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Looks great, when you come through Branson , Mo. I would love to see it and get some pointers from you as I am thinking on doing the same thing. Did you pull up your front seats and all, or go around them? I have tile in kitchen and would leave that. Take care and good traveling 2002 Holliday Rambler d/p 40ft. Endeaver
I,m in Branson now, I own a lot at Outdoor Resorts of The Ozarks. Stop by and have a look......Bruce
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Thanks for nice replies, to answer some of the questions, I ripped out 3/8 " tile and replaced with 3/8" engineered hickory, so the slide outs were a non issue. My slide rollers are floor mounted, so the slides glide above the floor. My coach is a 2007 HR Scepter. I did have to remove the captains chairs, and they are heavy...........Bruce
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That is a beautiful job
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Looks great! I like the contrast of floor/cabinet like I did in mine.

With regards to slides and floors. ONE of my 4 slides has rollers that are on the slide and roll on the floor. I bought some wood floor "runner" material, and lay that down on floor for slide to roll on. Has left zero marks on floor. I can likely skip the runners, but since my floor is nice and new I haven't had the nerve to try yet ;-)

See the types of slide rollers I have in my thread here - New flooring hardwood for Revolution - documenting process

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