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Old 03-07-2022, 07:23 AM   #1
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2006 BOUNDER - New Flooring

Have a 2006 Fleetwood Bounder 33R - wanting to remove the old carpet and vinyl flooring - both are original.
Seeking input as we want to go with vinyl - not sure on planks, tiles versus roll.

If planks or tiles thinking will glue down - what thickness will work - Have two slides - in front and in bedroom.

Am sure many have thoughts or opinions on the way to go - looking forward to hearing back,

Thank you for you time.
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Here's a thread I did earlier this year.

https://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/new...ks-564571.html
I had previously put down a floating snap lock type floor, it actually held up really well and still looked good but due to subfloor issue had to tear it out so I just redid everything.
I ended up using a Pergo Vinyl plank, it floats also. Turned out pretty good, a little pricey though. One thing I was surprised at was the cost of the trim pieces, which was about 20% of the total cost.
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Old 03-07-2022, 09:20 AM   #3
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Had carpeting and vinyl replaced by luxury vinyl planking by my dealer who subbed out the flooring to a flooring professional. I left the bedroom carpeted.

They removed the dinette and got everything down to the bare subfloor.

Flooring guy called the lvp manufacturer for installation recommendations which was to glue down this product in mh applications.

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Thank You - How thick are the planks?
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Thank You - How thick are the planks?
4.2mm

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We had carpet and vinyl sheet flooring. Pulled it all up and replaced it with Earthwerks LVP part number Rapture Plank SRP 710, luxury vinyl planks. The installers glued it all down and installed quarter-round molding on the edges. They had a new piece of carpet bound which they laid on the main slideout floor. Nice job, we are very pleased with it all.

Planking Dimensions:
7" x 36" x 1/8" (nom)
(mm) 180 x 920 x 3.0
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