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Old 04-17-2013, 06:30 AM   #1
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Need help, please....

Well, maybe try this here.....

I was studying the possibility of putting a toolbox on the tongue (like many others have done). As I was standing there thinking about this, I leaned against the front of the trailer and realized the "skin" was not flush against the wood (frame/interior?). There is about maybe a 1/4" gap, I'm guessing.

Is this normal?

It's a 2013, only out once last October and stored over the winter in my shed.
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It doesn't surprise me soulman. Some products are better left to "float" when dealing with a lot of twisting, and expansion / contraction. I'll check mine later this week.
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The skin is applied over open joists with just batts of fiberglass underneath, totally normal.
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THANK YOU, Threebutchers and mwebber78!
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