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    Question Belly insulation material

    Hello, we just bought a 2017 Reflection TT and after towing a couple hundred miles noticed a section of insulation panel hanging below the trailer. Someone had done a poor job of duct taping a torn/cut section. I retapped the section to get home. Question: What type of foam paneling is used to cover the belly of the trailer? Can it be purchased in after market sheets?

    Thanks in advance.
    John

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    If you're talking about the black underbelly material itself, it is a corrugated plastic panel called Coroplast. It can be purchased from a number of sources (including Grand Design).

    BTW - I see this is your first post, so welcome to the forum! You can create a signature block with your RV and tow vehicle information (see mine below). That way you won't have to repeat that information whenever you post or ask a question - and others won't have to ask. You can create a signature by going to:

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    In our 2014 Reflection the OEM insulation was a thin foil. We replaced it with reflectix when the coroplast was down for gray water dump valve repair.

    My best guess is the previous owner replaced the insulation like we had.
    There is a tape to use on the coroplast that sticks pretty good, no need to replace the whole piece unless you really want to


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