Originally Posted by meaty
Makes sense. I was thinking glueing to the stud would prevent racking but like you said they may need to allow for some racking so leave it unglued.
Anyone here with a fifth or trailer with a back wall that feels unglued?
Ever see a Keystone Cougar thats a few years old?
Last I saw Keystone doesn't attach the rear exterior panel to the framing. It's sandwiched to the framing by a window or any other exterior items like the perimeter molding, vents, lights, etc.
They look wavy under certain light conditions. We have a Camping World south of us on the freeway. If you drive by at the right time and the suns shinning the right way, every rear wall looks terrible. Get up close and you don't see it.
I'm sure there's many other RV brands that do this too.