Can somebody give me a quick insight into the construction of the Fiber Stream
trailer body? I've poked around a bit on our site here, and have come up short, despite some threads about working on these trailers. So:
1) I understand that the outer shell is made in a single piece. Is that single fiberglass/resin shell also the inside wall? Or, is there some sort of wood/fiberglass/etc reinforcement inside of that, with another sheet of something (what?) forming the interior wall surface? It would seem that something ("studs", framing, etc) would be needed to give the wall rigidity, especially as they are flat rather than being compound curves. If there's an interior liner, is there any way to inspect the framing (for water, rot, etc) without tearing it off?
2) Insulation: Is there insulation in the walls/ceiling? I've read about some issues with condensation and wondered about this.
Thanks for any assistance/information. I've already learned so much from the posts here.