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RE: Using pourable epoxy on floor soft spots

Here is the sitcky point. The awning mount points are not accessible without removing interior panels. There is no way to inspect or maintain them. If they leak the only way you know is that the floor gets soft. I have reached out to the dealer and to the manufacture to see if I can get any help.
dman535 09/16/22 10:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Using pourable epoxy on floor soft spots

Even though the unit is a 2021, it was purchased in 2020 and is out of warranty. I have contacted the manufactured several times and they are not getting back to me. The soft spots are not numerous - and I know the proper repair is to cut out the osb and repair it. Given that I only have a few spots - I thought I might get away with an epoxy repair. Given the location of the spots - its really going to take some work to replace the wood where the issues are. The door will have to come out - amongst some other furniture and wall panels. http://www.opus45.com/webpics/265RB_floor_1.jpg width=640
dman535 09/15/22 06:31pm Travel Trailers
Using pourable epoxy on floor soft spots

It looks like we have a small leak on our 2021 Retro, it has created some soft spots on the osb flooring. Has anyone used pourable epoxy to strengthen the flooring in a these units? There are only a few spots near the door.
dman535 09/15/22 09:16am Travel Trailers
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