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sgmskm
11-18-2009, 03:06 PM
we have a 2010 26srl. did not realize until after buying that we can get the underbelly enclosed as an option. does anyone know a way to do this aftermarket or what type of materiel is used to cover the bottom?

Bob&Patty
11-18-2009, 04:17 PM
SGM, contact HL parts. They may have them already pre-cut to fit you coach. They arent hard to install, just time consuming. Their phone # should be on the portal page. Bob:D:D

caissiel
11-19-2009, 01:22 AM
Just invest in a good 3/8" socked bit on a drill and use the self tapping screws with large washers at about 12" spacings. HL might have all the fasteners also.

htneighbors
11-19-2009, 10:33 AM
It is corrugated plastic material (plastic 'cardboard'), commonly referred to as Coroplast, who just happen to be the mfg. Here's (http://coroplast.cat-x.net/ItemListView.aspx?id=13) a link to one of their pages. I bought some in Denver from Regal Piedmont Plastics, to complete the underbelly under the garage on my Cyclone. I bought some that was black and 5mm thick. Regal doesn't have any locations in your area, so here (http://www.coroplast.com/Distrib.htm)is the link to authorized distributors for Coroplast in the US. Like mentioned, just use some good self-tapping screws with some fender washers when installing. The underbelly's not as difficult as some might think. Definitely time-consuming, like Bob said! :)