Originally Posted by sdennislee
Why is that?
because a hybrid has two to three giant holes, with only rubber seals to prevent water intrusion, they need constant inspection to make sure there are no leaks.
many hybrids at seasonal sites are left with the canvas ends left out, causing the canvas to age faster and possible damage.
hybrid owners have to be able to constantly keep an eye on the bunk doors, seals and canvas. this is one of the trade-offs in owning a hybrid.
i've owned mine for over 6 years now and have had no leaks. but i open mine up at least once a week, during rainy times, to check for leaks. i also check seals constantly.
i just feel that a conventional TT is a much better choice for a seasonal site, since it doesn't have all these places for water to find a way in.