Originally Posted by Darral T.
has an OSB floor...ala.. wood chips...and yes coated in fiberglass
underneath but still exposed to the elements. So if having wood in the trailer labels it a "sticky" then the Scamp
falls into both categories. A FG Hybrid maybe?f.
I think you will find that most people in the world of travel trailers would suggest you are getting a little off track with the meaning of the term "sticky" in including any trailer with any wood in it
I believe Mike gave a pretty good definition of the term "sticky" when referring to trailers and one that most would agree with:
"But the concept of framing with 'sticks' of wood or 'channels' of aluminum is distinctly different from molding the entire body in two pieces and then bonding the halves together permanently."
If the IPod like the TADA is actually laminated fiberglass
panels without any wood or aluminum channels? built into the walls then it is a bit of Hybrid but still not a moulded fiberglass
trailer as most of the brands discussed here are.
And yes that is a full moulded fiberglass floor on the Escape (they are a number of moulded fiberglass trailer that is built that way - actually think its more common than not - Casita
, Surfsides, Bigfoot
to name just a few.). Like most of the others it does though have wood sub floor on top of the fiberglass bottom. Some manufactures put a second layer of fiberglass over the wood sub floor (trillium?) while others just put laminate flooring over it.
There are less than a handful of moulded fiberglass trailers that don't put a wood subfloor over the moulded fiberglass bottom.