That's the trick, a stress free mount does not require the box to be strong. My camper is made of fiberglass and foam panels. The three/four point mounts themselves are quite big but between them they provide a torsion free platform (3 points make a plane) on which you can much mount the more fragile shell.
Doug's Fuso is a great example, its big foot camper that is properly mounted and camper has not suffered any stress. By itself a big foot is not that strong, if that camper was mounted directly to the fuso frame is would have broken apart. The flex is even worse for a unimog (on a mog the engine, trans, cab and everything else is 3 point mounted to allow the frame to flex), my camper has no signs of stress but again if my shell was mounted to the frame it would get torn apart.
The only way to mount to the frame is to have a stiff frame to begin with (I think the eco roamer is going down this path) or to have a box that is so strong it will stop the frame from flexing, ultimately forcing a flexible frame to be rigid with a box will cause to something to fail/warp/crack.
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