We are looking at fitting a new floor in our 1958
Traveller. After demo we see that the current floor has some bad patches - we bought this trailer because the skin in and out is pretty much perfect...
I was thinking of doing the following:-
1 Dying out the current floor,
2 Ceaning the surface of all debris and dust
3 Fitting an L-shaped 1/2" aluminum extrusion all around screwed into the sidewalls directly above the current floor
4 Covering the current floor liberally with a 2 part runny epoxy mixture
5 Laying a new layer of 1/2" marine ply directly on top of the old floor, using the epoxy to bind the 2 layers together
6 Screwing the new floor into the aluminum extrusion round all the edges with self tappers
Although this will raise my floor 1/2" it will i think make a very solid base. most of my current floor is ok, with a bad patch at the front under the diner and not a pretty site around the bathroom area.
We'd really appreciate any feedback from anyone who has been down this path!
Will & Naomi Henshall