Originally Posted by vegadog12
man, i just finished pulling my floor and PLEASE check the condition of the steel underneath. the bolt holes for the seats leak and will rust the floor out. if you pull the entire floor and not a spot of rust then fine, reuse the plywood somewhere else, bondo the holes, paint the floor, and under coat the bottom. it all comes down to how long you want your floor to last. its a lot of work and the worst part is no one will see it so take picts.i have mine if you want to see them. its better to fix the floor now then wait until the walls are in place.
Yea, What he said.......
You really need to pull the rubber up. You can get a good idea what condition your metal is in, by the condition of the plywood on it. Are you from a humid area? Sometimes if you just have a few bad spots, you could just cut that section of wood floor out, treat the metal and replace the wood. You do need to know what kind of foundation your building on. Nothing like installing a toilet, then go to use it the first time and it and you fall through. How embarassing