Originally Posted by Raspy
I get how they are made with four shells. That's why I was wondering about Floyd's comment that Burro
and Trillium's double hulled trailers weigh the same as the single hulled ones. How can that be?
Trillium has fiberglass cabinetry, like Scamp
, etc. but never built a double-hull.
is double-hull, but also never built a single hull trailer. The Companion, which looks nearly identical to the Burro and IS a single hull trailer has wood cabinets and was built by a totally different company.
for all these trailers is not so much in the fiberglass, but windows
, appliances, air conditioners... etc., etc. It's one of the reasons the Compacts (and Hunter cousins) are among the lightest of the bunch. It's also because they're often the most simple.