We plan on some type of glue down vinyl floor covering, at least we are considering it, but not a final decisioin as of yet. I have a glued down vinyl floor covering in my 75 Overlander and it has held up very well the last ten years.
Our 76 Sovereign
my friends and I are working on has the infamous 1/2" plywood subfloor. It is in reasonable condition. We are patching and adding support for it here and there. However, it is not good enough for a good floor covering.
The trailer is "gutted" now. We want to lay a 1/4" plywood underlayment on top of the original subfloor. We will use a high quality flat plywood and seal it with polyurethane. We plan on glue and screws to attach it permanently. It will help flatten the floor surface, and it will help strengthen the subfloor a bit. It will also add weight of course. I need 7 sheets of the stuff to cover the area.
We welcome your thoughts and guidance for this aspect of our project trailer.
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