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Old 08-31-2011, 09:47 AM   #11
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Re: The Ocho

Hey Nunica --- there is one insulation option that will not impact the interior clearance ( I have a "shorty" that is very short inside as well). You can inject expanding foam between the inner and outer skins. Only requires a couple of small (like 2") holes to run the injection tube into between each set of ribs. Minor clean up afterwards and fairly high R-value (don't recall it right now). There are several formulations available and you can even rent the equipment in some areas. I plan on combining that with the old African safari Land Rover trick of putting a free-standing roof over the existing roof with just a couple of inches of air space in between (that way the top is always in the shade). It will also double as the floor for my roof rack. Just a couple of thoughts. Best of luck and please do keep the pix coming.
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