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Old 08-09-2012, 07:57 PM   #1
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Framing in the Freedom Express LTZ

I another post I said that I called coachman, I also ask the man that I was talking to about the framing in the Freedom Express LTZ. He said that the roof trusses were on 24 centers, the front and back side walls have very little framing at all, he said that they were Vacuum Bonded. He also said that the front and rear end walls has no framing at all, he said that they are Azdel Composite IPO lauan behind fiberglass. I also ask him about the floor framing a I was told the same thing, that there is next to none, the sub floor is thick wood that is also Vacuum Bonded.

I wonder how it stays together, I also wonder if you had to replace any wood, like the floor if it would even be possible. The more Im told about this thing the more it sounds like I got a BIC LIGHTER, and we all know what you do with a bic lighter when they go bad or empty!
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