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Build Your Own Teardrop Camping Trailer!
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That was a great project! And, fairly well written; thank you. I'm inspired to do something similar.
How you install the tool box in th front of the tardrop?, Thanks.Beautifull Teardrop !!!!!!!!
Very nicely done! I'm actually working on a moving Weasley clock, and used the app and cloudmqtt site you mentioned in your other instructable on the picture frame! Keep up the awesome work!
I was looking for this! Looks very thorough in steps. Looks awesome! - PrincessRua
Great job especially for your first Instructable! You should get the votes, if people read this at all. Great Job. - William Alexander Hamilton
Consider buying land and building your house. If you sleep in the trailer you can save lots of money by building the bathroom and kitchens to use as you build your house. Just an idea, but it allowed me to have a house on a lake with no mortgage in just under 5 years. Burr, that first winter was cold, and I had to wash with water boiled on the stove, but zero mortgage was worth it. - Spoonerandforker
It needs an awning that can fold out from above the door to shelter the entry and a slide out tray under the door for muddy boots.I don't see how you could enter this trailer in the pouring rain with muddy feet. - MichaelG9
We typically stored our shoes right underneath the camper which kept them dry the whole trip, and just had to double check our boots for scorpions when we were in the desert! I'm not gonna lie, cutting either a slot for a slide out tray or holes for rivets would have been really tough for that metal frame that the trailer sits on top of. Might be able to mount something underneath all of that, as long as it doesn't hang too low, and can be taken off and put back on... That is a future upgrade I'd like to make, putting eyelets on the roof that I can clip a tarp on to to serve as an awning! Especially towards the end of this project, I was more focused on the back hatch opening and closing correctly, since that was the last step we were working on right before the honeymoon!Thanks for the suggestions!
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