Toy Hauler Floor

Question: I just bought a 2001 Sandpiper 33 ft. toy hauler fifth wheel. It is going to stay at a campground indefinitely. I need to know an idea for

Toy Hauler Floor

by Michael (Mt. Vernon, WA)

Question: I just bought a 2001 Sandpiper 33 ft. toy hauler fifth wheel. It is going to stay at a campground indefinitely. I need to know an idea for a floor plan redo. It will house no toy haulers – i.e., motorcycles, etc. But the floor is rotted out and almost burnt looking. I will need to replace the whole floor. I need ideas and where to look for supplies.

Answer: Since the floor in most RV’s start life as plywood – go to a lumber yard and buy some plywood. You may or may not want to cover the floor with some other material once the plywood is down. By the way, our choice of plywood would be exterior grade (which has better glue that is resistant to water). As for a cover for the plywood, there are many choices to be had at the big box stores like Lowes or Home Depot.

It sounds like you want to do the work yourself. Another option would be to have the work done at a place that specializes in RV renovations. Search locally, maybe stop in just to see what they do, get ideas.

Other input welcome.

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