Hello. I come to this blog with hat in hand. I recently purchased a one owner, low mileage (<59K), gently used 1999 Coach House 192 KS Class B. Being almost 15+ years old it came with some cosmetic warts but mechanically it is sound as a tank. I recently completed a round trip to Southern Utah and back without incidents of any kind. As I indicated there were some cosmetic warts which I have corrected and/or mitigated. However I have one that I cannot seem to correct. The carpeting in the passenger area is a mess. I have placed some custom made floor mats from Covercraft purchased thorough JCWhitney (that’s another story by itself), but the stock front cab carpet needs to be replaced. I was hoping to find a molded insert, either one piece and/or multiple pieces but I have found nothing on the net that will fit according to the manufacturers. As such I come to you all to see if you have any leads, suggestions and/or alternatives. I am readying myself for the thought of having to use actual house carpeting in this process… However I am not looking forward to that option as it involves removing a plethora of trim inside of the cab, cutting, etc… Can any of you fellow Class B’ers offer any suggestions, tips and or leads on a potential solution set? Thanks for your time and I look forward to collaborating with you all. Best.

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Comment by Shorty on August 18, 2014 at 9:14am

WILCO. Shorty out.

Comment by Shorty on August 18, 2014 at 9:05am

Pat thanks for the comeback. Coach House is out of the Class B market as of 2000. They solely do Class C and C+ now. I've checked locally and everyone wants way to much $$ for the passenger area only, some as high as $800.00. It looks like I'm gonna have to bite the bullet and do it myself. Thanks again. Best Shorty sends...

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