The brochure from Columbus says that there are two layers of fiberglass insulation in the underbelly. I guess they forgot to put the second layer in mine. I was kinda wondering why there was so much space in there when I opened it up....now I know.
For a few days after I got it home I kept finding these broken fasteners and washers falling off the rv. I can hardly imagine how many I left over the road on the 4 hour trip home.
This is what you don't want your underbelly to look like. Maybe it was not 55 gallons as I said but it was a lot of water.
The funny thing is is that most rv'ers might ever even know about it.
I think the landing legs are too thin. This is barely a slope that it is on. They can't be even 1/8" wall thickness.
I have not even begun to list the stuff wrong with this rv.