Man With No Experience Builds An Incredible Trailer Which Will Blow You Away
If you want to get something done right you need to do it yourself.Like the way this guy did. You can't let your fears stop you, just roll up your sleeves and don't worry about having to get them dirty. That is exactly what this man did. Not content with just buying a small pull behind camping trailer, he decided to build his own from scratch. A bold undertaking if ever there was one.
It took the man two months of hard work during which he had to face countless obstacles. but the final result was worth it all. Oh and did I mention that this guy has no previous experience with such a job? Makes it all the more amazing right? The first step is right here.He started by buying a trailer. Now watch as he transforms it before your eyes.
#4 Adding A Floor And Walls
He began by adding a floor as insulation to the sheer trailer floor. He cut out sides that would go with the trailer and put them on the trailer. With no prior experience he wasn't sure how to build a frame, so he started adding wood around the walls. He added curved pieces as he understood he would need curved pieces for the frame. Before he knew it the frame was almost done. Adding a few finishing touches he finished the frame. With a frame prepared for the sides he could now see where his door would fit. He added the door frames. As you can see in the image.
#3 Adding Electrical Wiring
He added electrical wiring to everything he had up until now. Then it was time for some more insulation to be put in. For safety and comfort purposes. Next he added frames for the roof support. He then cut into the roof to make space for a vent fan. Looking pretty solid so far right? Remember this guy had no experience.That door frame still looks empty? He added the doors next.
#2 Adding The Kitchen
He separately prepared a kitchen to go into the trailers hatchback. This is the kitchen that was going in the hatchback.Then came some external insulation for good measure. Adding the curved plywood over the trailer was a long and difficult process for someone with no prior experience. Attempting to build a frame for the hatchback also took multiple attempts.
The kitchen itself looked good with some more personalized touches.He then chose and applied aluminium for the siding.
#1 Getting It Right
The outside of the trailer looks great at this stage. But what about the inside? That's the next step. He stained the inside and added some neat personal touches to make it comfortable and inviting. Finally he added aluminium to the curved sections as he had done with the sides. Sadly the last frame he built for the hatchback broke like all the others. It took some brainpower and a considerable amount of online research, but he found a way to support the beam. And finally the kitchen was ready for some action!
His first time taking it out into the real world.He's proud of what he has accomplished. Moral of the story: the only way to learn is to get your hands dirty.
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