I am sure the layer of ply does add some strength. what is under the blue foam? is it just the outside sheeting or is there another layer of ply?
what is the thickness of the ply you are thinking of replacing?
nida core would be way overkill for your NL. It will also be much harder to integrate into the structure.
i would find a similar thickness of exterior grade ply and use that. i recently insulated and sheeted the floor of my woodframe camper with celotex, pink foam and a sheet of 1/2 in exterior ply applied with construction glue and screws. seemed to stiffen the entire camper up a bit and the floor a lot.
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