Dynamax Motorhomes

- Durable by Design

Getting you on the road for a worry free experience is what it's all about. All Dynamac products are backed up with the best warranties in the business.
  • Steel floor frames on all models are E-Coated for superior corrosion resistance. This dipping process coats both the inside and outside of the steel tubes.
  • All slide out walls are welded and laminated within the sidewall to unsure that the contour is consistent.
  • Sidewalls and roof frames are constructed with heavy guage 1 1/2" X 1 1/2" aluminum tubing. All through-wall and roof cut-outs are boxed in with aluminum tubing. (Most manufacturers install wood to route out their openings; wood has a tendency to rot over time.)
  • Exterior storage compartments are powdered coated, inside and out, to inhibit corrosion.
  • Steel floor frames are mounted on urethane isolators to dampen chassis noise and vibration. These isolators also allow the cab and motorhome body to move as a single complete assembly. (Most models)
  • Dynamax installs commercial grade hitches with tow ratings up to 40,000 lbs., depending on model selection.
  • Radiused, laminated one-piece fiberglass roof is standard on all models.
  • Body contours channel air flow up and around the motorhome cutting through wind, while increasing fuel economy and optimizing aerodynamics.

Trilogy Fifth Wheels

- Rock Solid From the Inside - Out

Trilogy's construction integrity is durable by design inside and out. Our foundation for success goes beyond what meets the eye – starting with solid aluminum frame construction.
  • The roof structure is framed with 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" .062 gauge aluminum tubing and 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" .055 gauge P-tube. 1" x 1" solid wood is inserted into the P-tube for enhanced rigidity and improved screw retention.
  • Upper and lower level floor structures are framed with 1" x 2 1/2" .040 gauge aluminum tubing.
  • The main frame is constructed with a 12" 10.8 lb. I-beam.
  • 6-point hydraulic leveling jacks are standard. Front landing gear is rated at 14,000 lbs. each with 20" of stroke; rear leveling jacks are rated at 8,000 lbs. with 15" of stroke.
  • Sidewalls mount to the lower level floor with 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" .055 gauge aluminum P-tube. This process is repeated at the top of the sidewalls when attaching the aluminum caged fiberglass roof.
  • Basement storage is built with an 8" x 10.0 lb. dropped I-beam.
  • The upper deck is framed with 2" x 6" 7-gauge steel tubing.
  • Sidewall bows are made of 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" .062 gauge aluminum tube, roll formed into the legendary Dynamax contour.
  • Sidewalls mount to the upper deck with 1 1/2" x 5" .188 gauge aluminum tubing.
  • Trilogy's Class 1 receiver has a 250 lb. maximum weight rating - perfect for a bike rack.

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