Originally Posted by Ken Jr
Just looked at my sig pic I no longer have that BF 5th wheel.
I was not referring to it at cold temps. That trailer was cold in the summer lol
I do have a 1970 trails west
campstear project that could be super insulated
for just going back & forth AK to Ca. Just thinking. Ya I know look out!
Reflectix is a good insulator and it is easy to install.
Be sure you insulate well inside the storage area under the benches.
How about a cover for the pop-up section made from something like packing blankets.
Maybe curtains made from the same material.
We have found that the windows
are the worst for cold as they cascade cold air. We made removable window covers from Reflectix.
For convenience you could cover the walls and ceiling with foam backed carpet, or better yet Reflectix and Ozite.
Once insulated a Buddy heater will run all night on one canister and keep the whole rig warm.
Consider placing a solid foam board with aluminum foil on one side(Tuff-R) under your mattress. foam backed carpet on the floor would help too.
You could even put the Tuff-R under the trailer as well...
The stuff held up well in my first pole building shop and was very effective!
In fact it might work very well for the inside of your TrailsWest since it so square with flat walls, and the Ozite would glue very well to it.