Saturday, April 17, 2010

Tiffin Motorhomes Tour


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Any questions?

I only partially understand all that I saw today, but it overwhelms your senses. There are processes going on all around you as more workers than I could possibly watch, performed their highly skilled tasks. 

Even though we were often in the way, and under foot, they were always cheerful and answered any questions that we would ask.

Retired Rod


  1. << Any questions? >>
    Yes. Was that really chip board (OSB) they were using on the floor? 28th(?) picture.

    Lovely tour you gave us, thanks
    Happy Trails, Penny, TX

  2. Penny, that is Oriented Strand Board which is now supposedly stronger than plywood without any voids. Chip board would refer to the older particle board, that is only as strong as the glue that binds it. And yes I know that it is no where near as good as a marine grade plywood that we would all hope they would make a 300 K motorhome out of. But it is what it is. It is still way stronger than the aluminum and fiberglass walls that only have styrofoam and press board one inch thick. All RVs are now made from this very thin structure. God help you if you get into a wreck!


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