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Old 04-08-2016, 03:24 PM   #1
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Slide floor soft spots

Evening all. I have a 06 Diplomat with 4 slides, one of my main slides up front on the roadside ive notice has a soft spot in both outer corners for about 9-12 inches of radius area. common sense is telling me a full floor replacement is in my future for that particular slide. anyone ever had this done..if so who what where and approximate how much should I be looking at. thanks for any input .
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A couple other posts lately seem to indicate 3-5K just for removal and replacement of slide. Work done to fix floor is extra. I think I would avoid stepping there!
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Soft spots in the floors nearly always are caused by water intrusion, probably meaning a leak that allows rain to come in. It could easily be coming from a window but locate that leak before you start spending money on a new floor, or it will come back in time. In corners it could also easily be in the roof at the corners.
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