I did my into yesterday: '84 Burro 13', Ohio
I've done some searches, but haven't found what I'm looking for, yet...
(and U Haul?) double hull construction. What I've gleaned is there are four hull sections L and R inside, L and R outside. If any of my concepts are incorrect PLEASE
educate me. Other than the interior cabinetry protrusions, there is a relatively small dead air space between the inner and outer hull. The interior (and exterior) hull(s), are FG bonded to the FG coated wooden floor, which in turn is bolted to the frame. On point?.
How are the outer hull seams joined? Are they watertight? If they're not expected to be watertight, is the design concept such that water intrusion flows down between the hulls and out weep holes? Does the Trimlock aid in sealing? The Trimlock on my Burro
is short several inches in several places. Is this a problem? What size Trimlock is used for the outer hull? Should the seams be sealed in any manner prior to replacing the Trimlock?
has zero molding on door. What is the optimum design and size for replacement?
I have tons of questions, but will try to limit them to one or two at a time to avoid overloading anyone, and/or fraying their nerves.
If there is reference material that anyone can recommend to avoid my endless questions, please feel free to point me towards it.