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Old 03-17-2013, 07:41 PM   #1
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295 Keystone BH soft/sagging floor

New Member, Been living in a new to me 2003 Keystone Springdale BH with a super slide, for about a week. There was evidence of water damage before I bought it, but didn't think it was bad. You would think I would have learned after owning two fiberglass over wood ski-boats that were 30 years old .

In front of the stove/sink and a little bit by the entry door has some noticeable give to the flooring. I looked underneath, and it has an enclosed bottom. Linoleum floor is intact, Furnace ducts in the affected areas don't seem to blow with a lot of force but do get warm. It does blow good in the bathroom. Which leads me to believe something bad is lurking underneath.

We (wife and two boys) live in it full time, while I work up north here in Oil Country. What is the best way to go about repairing this damage?

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Old 03-18-2013, 07:14 AM   #2
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I was in Hershey PA for the last RV show(biggest in the country) and alot of the brand new travel trailers and 5th wheels had squishy floors. It might be a characteristic of your particular brand/make/model of RV. I know for sure it probably saves weight.
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