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Old 04-16-2018, 11:52 AM   #1
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Floor construction on Sunset Trail Super Lite

Does anyone know what the floor construction is on the Sunset Trail super lites, specifically the 262BH?

I was told it was 3/8" Dynaspan OSB, then foam block and then 1/8" luan all sandwiched together.

Does anyone know if this is correct?
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Old 04-16-2018, 01:49 PM   #2
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Look underneath the sink where the drain penetrates the floor.
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Old 04-16-2018, 06:57 PM   #3
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Does anyone know what the floor construction is on the Sunset Trail super lites, specifically the 262BH?

I was told it was 3/8" Dynaspan OSB, then foam block and then 1/8" luan all sandwiched together.

Does anyone know if this is correct?

I'm not sure of what they mean by their description for the floor. To me they are describing a laminate, and myself, I've never heard of a laminated floor in an RV. (at least not in something I can afford)
Everything I ever seen is either 3/8 or 1/2 in. OSB, or plywood.
Maybe somebody else will chime in if they know different.
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Thanks for your reply. This is a camper I am thinking of purchasing and have not seen it in person yet, so I don't have the option of looking under the sink
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When you go to look at the unit, you may want to take a square headed screw driver with you and remove the four screws that hold on the interior vent where the furnace is. Doing this should give you a good look at the floor construction as there should be a large opening in the floor where the ducting runs to the underbelly.
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