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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-03-2018, 08:03 Thread Starter
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Floor construction 2009 cheyenne

Hi would anyone know if the floor in the Autotrail Cheyenne 696G 2009 is a single or double floor? And if so are there any cables or pipes running down the centre of the van between the floors?
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You should be able to figure that out Steve, is there an internal step? or are there any external side lockers, under the bench seats where there is no access from above, if so then yes you probably have a double floor, and there will likely be some pipe or wires, sounds like you're tracing something or planning a modification, do tell
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I owned a 2008 696G I can confirm 100% itís a Single floor but if you are concerned ring Autotrail technical, very helpful people.

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I had an internal step in the TEC but that's cos it was on a rear-wheel drive chassis.

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It has a single floor.

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Fitted cafe table floor socket

Hi quick update
Fitted the cafe table floor socket the floor was carpet then ply then 40mm blue insulation no cables or pipes in the floor )
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Hi quick update
Fitted the cafe table floor socket the floor was carpet then ply then 40mm blue insulation no cables or pipes in the floor )
Told you so !!!

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