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Old 09-13-2016, 06:26 PM   #1
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Work and Play Ultra Lite vs. FRP trailers

I am new to the forum and am trying to decide exactly which toyhauler to buy. I am also looking to buy something that will be sturdy and last us a long time. Our last truck camper was plagued with roof leaks and wood rot. I do not wish to fight those battles again. So far, I really like the Work and Play model 21UL. That trailer is a good size for my needs, has a floorplan I like, etc. I would like to know more about how it is built. I read in a brochure somewhere that the UL series trailers are built with aluminum frame laminated walls. Can anyone here elaborate on this? What are the walls laminated with? Also, if anyone owns one of these it would be really cool if you could share "pros and cons" you've experienced with this model. Thanks in advance.
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