A fiberglass camper does not tolerate flex well. On the road, that isn't much of an issue, but becomes apparent offroad when the cabin attempts to twist but its material and design don't like doing so.Curious. When they say a bed is torsion free, what does exactly mean?
If have a flatbed on an F350 say, and building a camper on that, is it possible the bed itself is fixing this torsion problem?
Forgive me, just learning this stuff.
The goal of a dynamic mounting system is to limit the net amount of twist that is transferred to the cabin. Even with the most rigid bed and the most flexy suspension, some twist will make its way to the cabin if the cabin is fixed firmly to the bed. The goal of a dynamic mount is to allow the cabin to move (within some constraints) independently of the truck so that the cabin itself doesn't have to twist too much.