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Old 02-25-2015, 06:35 PM   #1
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Cool Wood - stairwell water damage in my Class C

I have an old 1977 Class C Dodge 4 Star Motorhome 19 feet long.
The stairwell has some water damage that extents just inside the motorhome with the rest of the floor ok. I have two carpenters who are going to begin work inside to replace the damaged floor area & the stairwell. They are talented carpenter's however never worked in a motorhome before. I searched YouTube but nothing specific to my problem. I thought I'd come here to ask.

Anyone have any advice?
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A good carpenter should have no issues with that.

It just has to be waterproof from below. Rugged enough to stand up to road vibration.
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Thank you

Thank you Old Car Nut! We begin the work next week
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No worries. Had an old class c with the same issue years ago. Was a pretty easy fix really. Good luck
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