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HI Everyone,  Check out the before and after pictures of this Monaco Dynasty.  If you like what you see contact me and I can do the same for you.   Thanks, Brent

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Sorry for the late reply.. technical issues!   We use stair nosing around the slide and stairs.    

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16 hours ago, Texas RV Flooring & Design said:

Sorry for the late reply.. technical issues!   We use stair nosing around the slide and stairs.    

Very nice job!  Glad I joined ur FB page.  Great idea on the slide edge.

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We did something similar to our floors. Actually we did it to our last two rigs.

The engineered hardwood is the way to go. We learned the second time to use the six layered plywood with the top layer as thick as possible. it is best that all layers are the same wood, such as all oak or all maple. The quality of the wood that you pay for is secondary to the labor. Get the best material available.

Did you float the wood, glue it, fasten it or a combination of these?

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What protects the wood from scratches when the slides are opened and closed?  

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We use a LVP plank for the slide to slide across and we put felt on rollers.  

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