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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby steve80 » Fri Oct 10, 2008 10:41 pm

another pic
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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby steve80 » Fri Oct 10, 2008 10:42 pm

Not set up properly of course but ya can see what it looks like
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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby Redback » Thu Oct 16, 2008 10:48 am

Looking good Steve, can i suggest something about where you have the gas bottles, maybe put them behind where the jerrycan is, in front of the guard, or even behind the guard, it could make it easier when plumbing in the line too the stove, that's if the kitchen is going to be at the back of the trailer.

Any idea about what colour you'll paint it.

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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby steve80 » Thu Oct 16, 2008 4:59 pm

Redback wrote:Looking good Steve, can i suggest something about where you have the gas bottles, maybe put them behind where the jerrycan is, in front of the guard, or even behind the guard, it could make it easier when plumbing in the line too the stove, that's if the kitchen is going to be at the back of the trailer.

Any idea about what colour you'll paint it.

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Gday Baz I did think of putting them on the sides but I decided to put them on the front cause I'm probably going to take them out and move them around as I havent decided where to put my fridge yet. At this stage there is a fold up table with sink on the tailgate but I will probably build a kitchen box to bolt on to it with draws etc(Dont know how it will go with the weight).I've already give it a lick of paint gotta do another coat yet its painted charcoal hammer tone although its pretty bloody light for charcoal looks galvanised
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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby Redback » Fri Oct 17, 2008 7:33 am

Looks pretty good and that's about the colour it turns out like, my rear bumper is hammertone grey/charcoal, it looks the same, looking forward too the finished product Steve, should look great.

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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby steve80 » Fri Oct 17, 2008 4:18 pm

Thanks Baz as soon as I get it up and running I will post some pics Cheers Steve
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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby Komodo » Tue Nov 11, 2008 11:51 am

Looking good!

I'm still tossing up what to do as far as trailers are concerned - its inevitable that I will be towing something soon. Particularly now that I've got the dog taking up room in the back of the car too
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Re: my camping trailer to be

Postby steve80 » Tue Nov 11, 2008 4:03 pm

Its good (sort of) doing this up but I do miss my van
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