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Old 01-16-2019, 12:21 AM   #111
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Default Re: 189 Holes and Counting - My 2017 170 2x4 Conversion Story

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I appreciate the offer. I don't expect to be in Georgia any time soon, but do you mind if I steal your design? What you made is very clever.
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Default Re: 189 Holes and Counting - My 2017 170 2x4 Conversion Story

Thanks again for the reply...and the awesome thread. Not to dwell, I just want to be clear as I am starting my own conversion...but back to the floor, Do I not see a plywood batten -on one of your photos - under the OEM floor? Or is the ply flooring resting right on the metal floor, or thinsulate as the case may be. Also, I think it was a good idea to put thinsulate over the whole floor and not just in the recessed ribs - kind of helps in decoupling the ply from the vibrating metal.
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