2021 Open Range Conventional Travel Trailer Construction

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Open Range Conventional Travel Trailer Construction Cut-Away

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Slideouts

  • Exterior slide out walls built with studs 16" on center
  • Residential fiberglass insulation full wall
  • Laminated metal endwalls with residential fiberglass Insulation
  • Flush floor slides with vinyl flooring

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Doors & Locks

  • Dark tinted safety glass
  • Full width entrance door with screen and window
  • Baggage and storage doors with magnetic latches

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Roof

  • Strength tested Magnum Roof™ System - up to 50% stronger than competition with 4,500lb. weight rating
  • 3/8" Residential decking with residential fiberglass insulation
  • Sealed with seamless one piece material that is 30% lighter, heat reflectivity and embossed finish
  • PVC roofing membrane with 15 year limited warranty/non-prorated

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Floors

  • Wood reinforced framed construction 16" on center perpendicular to frame crossmembers
  • Built in galvanized wheel wells
  • Insulated with residential fiberglass insulation, anti-puncture moisture barrier woven underbelly material wrapped around floor

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Sidewalls

  • Exterior walls with studs 16" on center for consistency and strength
  • Residential fiberglass insulation secured in between each stud for maximum efficiency
  • Superior metal – thicker than average metal with S-locking design for maximum rigidity

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Main Body

  • Structural steel I-beam with stamped cross members for added strength
  • Wide stance axles for stability with various size axles based on model
  • Flexible LP gas lines for longevity and durability

Open Range Conventional Travel Trailer Heating Diagram

Heating Diagram

A dedicated duct is run from the furnace to the underbelly. This duct supplies warm air and keeps the holding tanks from freezing down to 32 degrees Farenheight. Each Open Range Conventional is also built with reflective foil insulation in the roof and the floor, in addition to the residential grade blanket insulation that we use in the roofs and floors. This combination gives an incredible amount of effective insulating power to keep the trailer cool in the summer and warm in the colder seasons.

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