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Old 02-18-2022, 09:45 PM   #1
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Anyone know the thickness of the plywood under the bed?

Anyone know the thickness of the plywood floor in the older classic E19 model? The main floor, & the floor under the bed(& over the water tank? I don't want to put HOLES in the tank!!!!
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Per Rease: For a 2015 E19, it's 1/2" plywood. Of course, you can then add in the floor covering thickness, plus the thickness of whatever you're screwing into the floor. One would suppose that your 2013 would be the same. And the same 1/2" for the plywood on top of the black tank.
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Per Rease: For a 2015 E19, it's 1/2" plywood. Of course, you can then add in the floor covering thickness, plus the thickness of whatever you're screwing into the floor. One would suppose that your 2013 would be the same. And the same 1/2" for the plywood on top of the black tank.

Thanks, My feeling was that was it, from the size of screws(1/2" 10s) when I pulled the table legs. Didn't know if they were being safe, or what.
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