We kept the carpet bump under the platform floor, event extended the platform. We also used furniture glides (from home depot) and epoxied them on the lip of the slide, really was not necessary, but just in case. We took lipstick and put it on the lip to make sure their was no rubbing anywhere. Took me 3 days to figure out how to extend the platform, relocate the subwoofer, move out the jackknife couch, remove carpets (really easy), put in allure flooring, and custom make transitional pieces. Oh yea, also to make a man door that can be lowered by the steps.
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Shots 92-98 Slide out is closed (lots of room still).
Shots 93 (man door opened) 94 (man door closed) (supports over 300lbs)
shots 96 (hardwood to allure with custom transitioning) inside steps still have carpet
shots 97 (custom molding, and extended platform)
Shot 98 (subwoofer relocated)
Shot 100 (custom food pedestal ..does not slide and made of foam) short people...
shot 108 & 109 (custom wedges ..rubber and microfiber to prevent rocking while going down the road)
shot 111 putting the la-z-boy on the bed to make more room if needed
shot 112 - 113 side by side laz boy...CAN BE FULLY EXTENDED ON PLATFORM WITHOUT HITTING WALL
Shot 114 side by side for tv nights!
since i got rid of the dinette table and went to bar configuration we can easily accommodate 2 GSD and a crate comfortably or 3 GSD's ,for limited time (they got on our nerves...
Love the allure floor. Decided not float it, and have had no issues in damp or dry weather. Just love it, no buckling so far. I though it would have made the road noise noticeable, but according to my sound meter it dampened it. Now it did make interior noise louder (like tv, speaking, dog panting) but we put down some carpets and its quieted it down some.
Next time I will post picture of a dog run we fastened to underneath the frame of the coach...