Insulation and Trailer mods

Insulation and Trailer mods

Insulation and Paneling All of my frame work was done using 2”X2” I beam, to insulate the spaces in the I beam I took ¾” blue foam insulation and cut it into strips that fit in the gaps. I used spray foam in all the areas I couldn’t get the blue foam. I wanted to...
Electrical Part 2

Electrical Part 2

This is part two of my electrical system, for part one go here. In this I’m going to talk in more detail about the individual components, why they were chosen, and how they were made if I had to make them. Once again this is for entertainment purposes only and...
Electrical Part 1

Electrical Part 1

No off grid system would be complete without a proper solar set up. I don’t plan on spending a lot of time at campgrounds with hook ups so I need solar to get power. I plan to make most of my money working from my lap top so I’ll need to be able to power...
Will it fit?

Will it fit?

With a new truck comes new modifications, the camper was custom made to fit on a first gen Tacoma, a mini truck, and I now need it to to fit on a full sized Chevy. Not a big deal but in my mind it does look a little funny now. I knew when I started looking for my new...
New (to me) Truck

New (to me) Truck

1999 Chevy Classic K3500 Club Cab Well, I just sold my Tacoma and bought a Chevy, one ton, 4X4. I am really happy with this truck so far. It has a few things I’ll have to get used to but for the most part I think it will suit my needs just fine. I always say, you...
Trailer

Trailer

I haven’t talked about my trailer yet but as it has become a critical part of my current trip I decided to do a quick write up on it. A couple of years ago I bought a 6’X8′ flat bed trailer from Tractor Supply and I’m in the process of modifying it to suit my needs. I...

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