I have been away from the forum for a while. So i apologize if this topic may have discussed in years past. I have a 2011 Outback 210 RS Anniversary edition The floor in the heavy traffic area by the kitchen sink , refrigerator, pantry area ,has soft spots. This is compounded that Keystone , in their wisdom, cut in the three floor registers there. This is a fatigue problem, and NOT a moisture issue. If one places weight alongside the edge of the registers a noticeable "give" can be noticed. I pulled out one register, and the duct work it sits in , and i see the floor is constructed of bonded "Styrofoam" material process. REALLY !! So other than removing the underbelly, and somehow gluing/screwing , some sort of reinforcing material how does one repair this? or do i just enjoy the "spring" in my step and live with it ?
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