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Old 11-15-2018, 05:01 PM   #1
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Indoor stair carpet replace

If there is already a thread on this I apologize, but I couldn't find it. We have a 2016 38GK. I would like to replace the carpet on the stairs with laminate. The carpet is only on the top of the stairs. (See photo )Has anyone done this before?
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Old 01-27-2019, 05:44 PM   #2
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If there is already a thread on this I apologize, but I couldn't find it. We have a 2016 38GK. I would like to replace the carpet on the stairs with laminate. The carpet is only on the top of the stairs. (See photo )Has anyone done this before?
Hi. Did you ever find out what is under the carpet. I would like to remove mime as well
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Hi. Did you ever find out what is under the carpet. I would like to remove mime as well
We replaced all of our carpet with wood laminate
On the stairs once the carpet is removed we had to install a 1/4" filler to make the stair steps level
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Most likely a little more work then you would like to do but after seeing what was under the carpet I completely ripped ours out and rebuilt. Very happy with them now.

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Old 01-28-2019, 01:49 PM   #5
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My carpet is still in place, but after seeing what a couple of you have done I'm thinking taking it off is definitely the way to go. There are a couple other projects that we need to take care of on our lot that are higher priority, but hopefully will get it done before heading north again. Thanks for sharing your photos.
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Replacing carpet?

What did you edge your laminate with on the slide out floor when overlapping on the rv floor? I see a black line. Thank you.
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I used a 6" piece of oak cut to fit
this pic is prior to installing it
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