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just came across this seems perfect for cargo trailer build.

R-8.5 Continuous Insulation

Mold-Resistant Studs

Electrical Raceways

https://www.insofast.com/products/ux-2-i...panel.html
That stuff looks like the cats meow! Man would that stuff be easy to install in a box truck with everything being square.
It looks like about 1000 bucks to do an 8X12 box. That is sweet how nice the wiring would be. Nice and quiet and
real nice for heating and cooling also. 1200 watts of Solar and a Honda 2200 generator and I could go do 4
Seasons anywhere. Big Grin Dodgy Thanks for sharing!!
save alot not having to buy wood for studs and save lots of work. 8x12 box u can have alot more solar using sliders. 7x12 cargo trailer with flat top i figure i can do 2000 watts of solar. i found the perfect size panels to do it.
What would hold the walls up when you start hanging weight on the studs? Do you think that the glue would be enough to keep the walls on the side of the box? I like your thinking though! Big Grin
(02-10-2019, 11:44 PM)ssminnow Wrote: [ -> ]What would hold the walls up when you start hanging weight on the studs? Do you think that the glue would be enough to keep the walls on the side of the box? I like your thinking though! Big Grin
not a glue expert but id say yes. the space shuttle tile squares were glues on Smile cabinet base mounted to floor also so i see no problem.

with age comes wisdom and knowledge. youtube assures me i am a geniusĀ  Big Grin