So I'm in the middle of tearing out the rest of my interior (doing a full restoration), and just took out the rest of the pergo that I installed about 10-12 years ago. pulling up those last couple of pieces, and I found the sub-floor completely saturated.
The location is the front street-side, just between the couch and the galley.
(73 safari--gaucho across the front; street side galley).
Not sure where the water is coming from--point is that the pergo completely hid it.
So this has me re-thinking finish floor, again. Seems to me that the only thing that wouldn't hide a leak is plain-old glue-down vinyl.
Or would it?
I was still leaning toward some other type of diy click-laminate because its cheap, easy, and looks great. Plus, my original plan was not to completely gut, but I've decided that it is necessary. Now, with a completely empty trailer, a full sheet of glue-down is possible. (I shudder to think of the cost of paying for it, as I think it is probably beyond my diy capabilities.).