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Old 06-22-2021, 10:13 PM   #1
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Bolt head under flooring

2020 Redhawk 24B
There appears to be bolt/nail heads working up under the flooring toward the back of the coach. One in the bathroom and one in front of the closet area; each being equi-distance from the rear of the coach.

Any ideas as to what is going on? They sound pretty solid when you tap on them as if they are fastened in to the frame.
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Old 06-23-2021, 06:14 AM   #2
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Iíve had multiple screws come up under the linoleum. It will be covered under warranty. They will use a sharp razor to make a small cut, screw it back down with some loctite, then seal the floor shut. If they do it right you wonít even notice the repair.

Recently, I thought I had another screw coming up and when I sent it back to the dealer they said it was saw dust and debris that had bunched up under the floor.

They only real issues Iíve had with my 2020 31f have been flooring issues. Jayco really needs to improve thier floor department. My entire floor needs to be replaced because I have the glue staining my linoleum, which according to other post is fairly common.
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Old 06-23-2021, 09:55 PM   #3
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There's one screw that has repeatedly unscrewed itself under the linoleum flooring in my TT. I made a cut and screwed it down the first time I noticed it. Second time I gooped it up with something I thought would lock it in place, but it's coming up again. I think I'll use some epoxy of JBweld next time.

The location is under my fresh water tanks, and I wonder if the stresses on the floor from the weight of water tanks filling and emptying is causing the issue??

No biggie. My TT keeps my dry, and warm or cool, and has a comfortable bed. I can live with a bump in the floor.
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Old 06-24-2021, 06:28 PM   #4
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Manual leveling jacks

I have a real newbie question about leveling jacks.

My 2009 Grayhawk 32 FS does not have them and I want to add a set.

All the ones I look at seem to have a top plat that screws into the frame
but the pictures I look at seem to have them further out on the corners.

Even with the frame mount the back set seems to be an easy install
with plenty of room, even though 4" or 5" less ground clearance seems
like a minor issue.

The front jacks seem to be the real problem. I have no idea where to
put those. In the center the transmission seems to be in the way. Further
forward seems to be problematic. I don't think they would fit in front of
the engine at all.

Anyway, I would appreciate any help I could get. By the way I'm looking
at the 7500 lb 24 inch Libra p/n 26060 set off Amazon.
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