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  • popsmrf
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    hinge

    where do ya get the hinge for the rear hatch on the teardrops?

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  • fun4now
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    popsmrf, welcome.
    and i agree 100% anything wood gets glue unless its intended as a friction hold point.

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  • popsmrf
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    just mostly lurk around here but had to say that is very kewl. i have always wanted to build one of these. how much do ya think ya got in it money wise? very nice wood work. nice to see another person that knows the power of wood glue. haven't tried the gorilla stuff yet. if i put anything together that involves wood it gets a dab of glue on it.

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  • fun4now
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    cool keep the pic's comming.

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  • grahambr
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    sorry for not replying sooner

    the trailer is the base for a folding tent which opens up from the trailer. The trailer itself holds all the rest of the camping furniture and kitchen equipment. Most trailers are built from box or RHS as it is known down here. Just starting electrical work, like a caravan it will be powered.

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  • fun4now
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    grahambr that looks like a good solid frame you got there. is it going to be a popup camper ??

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  • grahambr
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    Hey guys check out this site for

    camper trailers http://www.campertrailers.org/ plenty of ideas here. I'm also building one. Mine is built from 2" x 2" box
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  • garth
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    well just found my winter project for those times the 5th wheel is just to big thanks for the post.

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  • NightCap
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    Originally posted by dabar39 View Post
    NightCap, The trailer my buddies father in law made is being stored up in Ohio at the grandparents house. My buddy said his grandad will take some pics and forward them to me so that I can post them for you. Dave
    That's cool, I would like to see it. They are getting more popular these days.

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  • fun4now
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    thats a cool looking trailor. thouse lil things have there own lil fallowing.

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  • dabar39
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    NightCap, The trailer my buddies father in law made is being stored up in Ohio at the grandparents house. My buddy said his grandad will take some pics and forward them to me so that I can post them for you. Dave

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  • NightCap
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    Originally posted by garybdavis View Post
    Nice camper. Got any detail pictures of the construction?
    Thanks! I have a picture journal from start to finnish. I still need to do some paint in the galley and some trim on the two doors but it is pretty much done.

    http://131.191.28.146:8090/tearbuild/index.html

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  • garybdavis
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    Nice camper. Got any detail pictures of the construction?

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  • NightCap
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    Disclaimer:
    In case anyone was wondering... My trailer design is way out of scale regarding the steel and tires. I was just getting an idea of how to lay it out. Quick and Dirty.

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  • NightCap
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    Thanks guys. I did make the first one for personal use. So far I have only used it for one weekend. It was fun. There were 50 other teardrop and other trailers there. I am making a TTT or Tiny Travel Trailer next. It will take some fancy welding on the frame. It will be 6'10" wide and 10 feet long. It will have a dropped floor in the kitchen and door area so the hight will only have to be 5'5" or so.
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