High Winds: Cold Air Flowing into TT
While camping at Zion the wind was brisk. We woke up one night and the area around the head of the bad was "freezing." Cold air was coming up from the head area and on both sides on the bed. In the MRB there is a "blank storage area" across the front of the TT with a storage area on each side; the photo is looking from one storage area to the other side of the TT. Hard to see, but in this area the front of the area is not sealed. In the second photo, it shows the bottom of the drawer (one on each side of the bed). This drawer is visible when you open up the outside storage door. While the outside door has a seal, I can't help wonder how air tight it might be.
Has anyone ever tried to seal off these areas? I am going to try it as it seems to be the only way to stop wind from flowing into the TT.
One other interesting note. We have 3 heater ducts. During this high wind, cold air flowed through only one of the ducts and into the TT. I wondered if it was coming through the heater exhaust.
On the way back from a 12 day trip to Zion and Bryce and loved it! TT performed beautifully.
2019 Chevy express 2500 Van Coversion. 2017 Jayco 23MRB: 26' total and Glacier Package. Married 44 years. Aki the "mutt," 13 years old "Excited to learn new things everyday and humbled by those who offer to help."