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    Quote Originally Posted by NE69 View Post
    Spray foam is best option as it has highest insulation value per inch and higher psi compressive strength. If you decide use foam board in walls or ceiling, use pink or blue high density foam board and stay away from polystyrene board. Polystyrene has less insulation value and breaks down quicker.
    Just got back from Home Depot in Durango.....all they had was polystyrene in 1 or 2". Had some of the pink stuff, but 3" thick, which is way too thick.
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    anybody out there know the "r-value" of standard 1" and 1 1/2" white styrene? vs r-value of the pink board? pink was more spendy,but maybe I should return the "white" type back to home depot before I get very far?was thinking of glueing the 1" to the bottom of the trailer floor between the frame cross members,,not sure if that would retain them or if id need to install possibly a sheetmetal type of retainer from undernieth for the floor?

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    expanded polystyrene is about R4, extruded polystyrene (blue, pink or green) is R5, ISO board is R6.5, 2 lb Spray foam is R7. That is all per 1 inch of thickness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ore hunter View Post
    anybody out there know the "r-value" of standard 1" and 1 1/2" white styrene? vs r-value of the pink board? pink was more spendy,but maybe I should return the "white" type back to home depot before I get very far?was thinking of glueing the 1" to the bottom of the trailer floor between the frame cross members,,not sure if that would retain them or if id need to install possibly a sheetmetal type of retainer from undernieth for the floor?
    Have you considered just not insulating it and throwing a cheap rug in there. We were all about insulating the bottom of the trailer until I saw a few builds where people just threw carpet down to keep some of the heat in. With a Mr buddy heater in the mornings and evenings it worked great. Just a thought.

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    My latest addition, on demand propane hot water heater. Put it together for a desert sheep hunt i helped a buddy on in central Nevada. A nice shower every 2 or 3 days sure was nice.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    My latest addition, on demand propane hot water heater. Put it together for a desert sheep hunt i helped a buddy on in central Nevada. A nice shower every 2 or 3 days sure was nice.......

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    WOW! That is really great, but on this years elk hunt it was down to 5 at night and usually not above freezing during the day. Not sure I want to be taking an outside shower....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    My latest addition, on demand propane hot water heater. Put it together for a desert sheep hunt i helped a buddy on in central Nevada. A nice shower every 2 or 3 days sure was nice.......

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    It is nice to have a shower especially during the hot, dusty early season hunts.
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    I know that on October or later hunts ,I want to stay warm,,was +7 in Wyoming this year,,been in idaho at +2 and colder.im gonna do some sort of floor insulation,,even 1 " styro glued undernieth should help considerably..just got my heat stove ordered yesterday,,a u s stove vented 11000 btu propane unit that doesn't use that irritating blower that is in most r vs these days,,hope that will work in my 7x14,its really meant more for houses but I think it will work,wall mounts to trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    WOW! That is really great, but on this years elk hunt it was down to 5 at night and usually not above freezing during the day. Not sure I want to be taking an outside shower....LOL
    CC, you just gotta be quick about it !! Seriously though, it does have its limitations with extreme cold hunts.. I would worry about freezing and damaging the unit, it does have a drain plug though.

 

 
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