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Old 06-10-2020, 07:11 AM   #1
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2000 Thor F19 floor repair question

I need to replace the floor on my Thor F19 hybrid camper. It appears to be a wood and foam sandwich material.
My main question is, what is supporting the walls on this camper? The floors appear to run out and under the walls, and in places, is pretty soft right up to the wall.
The walls still seem to be solid everywhere.
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Likely there is a wood perimeter consisting of dimensional lumber (2x2 or???) to the floor.

Nightmare job
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Old 06-10-2020, 03:33 PM   #3
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You’ll need to cut out the soft areas from the bottom. Either replace with foam board, and plywood, or just a thicker piece of plywood and forget the foam board.
But you have perimeter support that was mentioned above, plus the wall has a bottom 2x2 support that runs the entire length so it’s bridging over the soft areas.
It’s best to try and figure out where the moisture came from, so it doesn’t happen again.
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