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Old 07-10-2014, 10:40 PM   #1
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Flooring redo

So I got my "new" camper home. Its a 25' aerolite. Got it reeeaalll cheap. Because it needs flooring work. Rot has been removed and now for the "patch" work and a complete overlay. This thing definitely is an ultralite. I can lift the tongue and move the camper. Lol

More to come as I complete the rebuild.
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I've passed up a couple of freebees because of floor rot.
How much work is required to fix soft spots, may be able to get another shot at one if the problem can be simple.
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Looks like a fun project...lots of work. But, at least it will be done correctly.

Good luck and look forward to some pics.
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Thanks all. You can see my 1985 Jayco fifth wheel. A 2002 is a HUGE upgrade. Lol and for just $800
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Well new subfloor is in. Adding the new 3/4" osb overlay now. Then new LVT and in goes the rest of the furniture. Im going to mimic the 1x1 framing and build it all out of 2x4. At 300 lbs id like to feel safe and sturdy when I lay down. Haha pics to come tomorrow
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I also attached a pic of the L bracket that I used to help raise the drivers side and support the passenger side. Now the slide works flawlessly!
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Its coming along! HOPEFULLY gonna get to use it this weekend
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