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Old 05-02-2016, 10:30 PM   #1
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how you attach the slats to patrol the isolation ground ? by screwing or gluing them ?
What kind of isolation do you advice me for the ground under the plywood and the flooring wood. ?
What kind of playwood. ? Is the smallest , lightest and cheaper is good?
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Old 05-02-2016, 10:42 PM   #2
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Most people use a plywood base on top of insulation I think. It would be glue the insulation then sheet metal screws through plywood to the steel floor. Then you attach whatever flooring to the plywood.
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I was planning on making plywood 1x4 runners bolted down through several existing seat holes with 1x4 crossbeams. Remember to leave that steel inspection panel on the floor easily accessible, it allows access to your fuel system and if you cover it and bring it in for serious maintenance, the mechanics are going to tear up your floor to get at it
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