lockmup68 Posted January 25, 2017 Report Share Posted January 25, 2017 Posted in another section and no replies, so thought I would ask here. Putting in new vinyl plank flooring in the 5th wheel. The main slide is a flush fit slide (floor is flush with entire floor when out. How have folks installed new, non-carpet floors in this configuration, like wood or plank vinyl? Can it remain flush? Or do I need to put a thin subfloor in the slide and have a little lip? For being flush, I was thinking of a "T" molding to fill the gap when flush and it would be attached to the slide in ride up and out when the slide is in. For those who have wood floors or vinyl plank flooring, I assume you have a 1 inch rise on the slide vs. flush? We are making progress on the remodel, interior paint will be done on Friday. We did three coats of gripper primer, and two coats acrylic eggshell on walls, two coats of glossy on the cabinets. I have 78 drawer/cabinet pulls in a bag, 142 hinges, At 2 screws per handle and 3 screws per hinge on the door side, and 2 screws per hinge on the cabinet side, that's 866 screws that have to be put back on. My wrist is already hurting.....Cabinet doors on, lay the flooring, install the refrigerator, install new range, sink and countertop, then start loading all of our stuff in the week before the estate sale. Goal is to be moved in by the 22nd. Working full time still is not helpful to the schedule. Crunch time.... Thanks, Shannon Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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