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Old 08-11-2013, 03:07 PM   #31
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From that statement I made the assumption that the basic insulation is the vinyl itself and the extra is the silver bubble insulation and it is a layer that covers the entire trailer.
This is correct, the vinyl covered foam is standard. The layer of reflectix is the extra layer of insulation. When they did mine, they just used an extra layer of foam, but have since changed methods.
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Old 08-11-2013, 03:09 PM   #32
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I guess they used foam on yours Jim because they knew you liked beer
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Old 08-11-2013, 03:34 PM   #33
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Lol!!!
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:11 PM   #34
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If the vinyl covered foam is standard, when we see any build progress photo's posted that show reflectix we can automatically assume those builds ordered the extra insulation option. Do I have it correct? I am talking recent new build photos not archived photos.Thanks.
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:59 PM   #35
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Tom and Cheryl, it looks fantastic. Are they delivering right to your house?
Yours also, gharper.

Know you and John and Brenda will enjoy your Escapes. They look amazingly like ours but a step inside an Escape would show them all to be different. Different refrigerators, maybe an oven, sometimes an unusual cushion set-up, various counter and fabric designs and graphics colors. It would always be interesting to see someone else's for those personalizations people come up with and the other changes that Escape makes each year. I think we need a new 19' some time!
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Yes, delivering to our house
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Old 08-11-2013, 05:22 PM   #37
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Our 15 delivered in April 2013 only has the vinyl where it shows and Refectx in the cupboard areas. If you look up inside a cupboard you can see the mounting strips and the vinyl cut away to fit around it. No Reflectix behind it unless this has changed VERY recently.
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Yes, delivering to our house
Our escape may be 3-4 days ahead of you in construction but you will be getting yours before us. . We have our orientation scheduled for September 6th and then a two week trip through the Canadian Rockies. Originally we were going to get it delivered and it would have been on the same truck. We were lucky that we could arrange enough time off to make this trip possible. Maybe we will meet you at a rally someday.
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That trip home will make it worth the wait. 8)
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[QUOTE=Jrn56;30374]. We have our orientation scheduled for September 6th and then a two week trip through the Canadian Rockies. /QUOTE]

That will be a great time to tour the Canadian Rockies. The weather is generally very good, the crowds have gone with school back in session and the mosquitoes should be gone for the season. Leaves may be starting to changing color.

We have spent parts of Sept. in the Kanakasis/Rockies area for the past two years. One tenting and one with our trailer. we had a great time on both occasions.

Enjoy your new trailer and your trip home with it.
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