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We are planning to buy our first trailer and head for Alaska as soon as I retire. We would like to tow with a midsize SUV so we are thinking about a max gross weight of 7000 pounds, although less would be even better. A couple of ultralights would work well for us, but we are concerned about insulation. We will not be travelling in winter weather, but could hit cold temps in Alaska. Are ultralights warm enough for 30-40 degree F. weather? Do regular trailers have better insulation? Any suggestions for keeping warm?
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Lisa I am going to copy this Q to the Ask a Q forum. Check both boards wehn you are looking for an answer.
Hey everyone I knowlittle about trailers. Please help Lisa out Many thanks P&J
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