Jayco Jay Flight floor construction
I'm shopping for a travel trailer, probably a used one. The Jay Flight 28FKS and the Jay Flight 25RKS interest me. My question is to the construction of these particularly the floor. Call me crazy, but I want a conventional "Stick and Tin" trailer as I know I can repair this style myself if anything short of a wreck happens to it. No doubt the new composites have advantages, but they don't seem as repairable at least in the home shop. I was wondering if anyone knows if the floor on these models is Plywood, Oriented strand board, or the lauan foam composite? If they switched from wood to composite, in what year did they switch? Any info to help me decide is appreciated. I found a 2006 28FKS at a dealer here in CT, but it had a smell inside that scared me away. It did seem to be a nice layout and appeared to be a good quality trailer.
Potential Jayco Owner