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Old 08-06-2018, 06:17 AM   #1
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Has anyone removed the carpet in the living area or there motor home? Was wondering if the existing tile ran under the carpet ?
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I am also curious about this. I would guess the tile does not run under the carpet.
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Old 08-06-2018, 07:51 AM   #3
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Correct. Tile runs an inch or two under, but that is it. the tile is a stick on, individual tile, product. It's not a big sheet, like some motorhomes use.

The flat floor slide makes the edge of the carpet at the slide fairly tricky to replace. Be sure you realize that as you make your plans.

(Specifically talking about the '04 Adventurer, which I have....)
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

We replaced the carpet throughout our coach, except for the cockpit area and on the LR slideout. There should be a subfloor under the carpet. The link below will show what we did. Look at post #75.


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Has anyone removed the carpet in the living area or there motor home? Was wondering if the existing tile ran under the carpet ?
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I am also curious about this. I would guess the tile does not run under the carpet.
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Correct. Tile runs an inch or two under, but that is it. the tile is a stick on, individual tile, product. It's not a big sheet, like some motorhomes use.

The flat floor slide makes the edge of the carpet at the slide fairly tricky to replace. Be sure you realize that as you make your plans.

(Specifically talking about the '04 Adventurer, which I have....)
Well,
The OP here has an '04 Adventurer and we have an '04 Itasca Horizon, 36GD with the CAT C-7 and I can tell you for sure, that the tile DOES NOT go under the carpet. And, our tile in our coach is not STICK ON. It's is either Ceramic or porcelain but, it was definitely laid in with thin set and grouted. We know for sure because, we just finished a total recarpet job a couple of months ago. I basically gutted that coach in prep for the new carpet. Then, the owner of the flooring company came in with a helper and, within about 2 hours, had ALL the old carpet out. I made it easy on them by removing every single piece of furniture, both the drivers and passengers captains chairs and pedistles and one couch and table and chairs.

One couch was too big so, I split it in two and just moved each half around while the 73 year old carpet layer did his magic. He butted the brand new carpet right up to the tile, just like the old stuff was. You can see the pics below to maybe help judge what yours should look like.
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