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Old 03-16-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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Have a Newmar Kountyr star and want to replace the carpet in the kitchen and living area with laminate flooring. Have a 14' slide and was wondering how hard it will be to install and if there are any tips i should be aware of. Thanks.
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I did my Wildcat with a large slide. I keep the carpet on the slide but did the laminate everywhere else. Was not a problem.
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I did my Wildcat with a large slide. I keep the carpet on the slide but did the laminate everywhere else. Was not a problem.
Thanks for the info. Just finished replacing the carpet on the living and dining area and the slideout. looks great. the slide out transition piece was a little tricky but ended up looking great. Again thanks.
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Have you any pictures? I am in the process of doing my floor, leaving carpet on the slide and in the living room. My kitchen floor split this winter when it was cold...

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