I changed out the outlet on the right side of the bed and dropped another outlet closer to the floor.
Since I had to run wires from the OEM to the new outlet I wanted to be sure I wouldn't have to breach ALL that insulation.
What is it they say? Seriously, really? The back or inside of the nose appears to have been blown with some sort of coating, maybe someone's idea of insulation. The curvature of the nose is completely empty, nothing but a void. However, I did see a blanket of pink insulation coming from the side wall. It looked to be about an inch thick. That would be in accordance with the R factors the manufacture boasts, yeah sure, go have another one Sundancer.
I would almost consider blowing loose insulation in the nose but that could lead to weight and therefore make the nose fall off.
Now, elfagua, if you're handy you can pull those outlets, remove them completely and replace the 'trailer' outlets with a residential named brand outlet. You will have to install a remodel or rework box to hold the new outlet. Rework/remodel boxes only have openings that you open to pass your wiring into the box. That will stop the breeze, give you a real outlet and help seal that hole. You'll need to resize the original opening to fit the box but that only equates to removing material from two sides of the opening.
If you want to wait until the end of May I'll do it for you if you want. I'll be in Norman for two weeks doing disaster relief with Habitat for Humanity in Moore. We'll be hooked up at the fairgrounds in Norman while doing work there in Moore.
2013 Voltage 3800, 2012 Chevy 3500 HD
2010 Yamaha V Star 950
2009 Yamaha Raider
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