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I am doing the same thing in a 8.5x24 trailer we just purchased. I am looking into the bunk beds, dinette and couches from Blazin Belltech. Can you tell me if they are comfortable or not...they look like they would be usable, but possibly not too comfortable. Any opinions on them???
- David, Fri, 9 Dec 2011 7:34AM
My trailer is already done, but I LOVE that bed you have in this trailer, would you m ind telling me where you got it?
That would wok great for my kids when were at the track!
- Jack, Sun, 27 Sep 2009 7:09PM
What type of AC unit did you use? LInks?
- Jonathan, Mon, 13 Jul 2009 11:29AM
You did a great job on this toy hauler! I think I'd like to get an estimate for some work I need done on a truck camper. Thanks
- Dan Ellcessor, Mon, 5 May 2008 6:26PM
Hi Dan, Your trailer is looking great. I hope I get to see it before it's gone. I'm sure it won't last long. Keep up the great work!
- Dale Suiter, Mon, 14 Apr 2008 3:54PM
I have been looking a small trailer that I can camp in at RC Fly-Ins, also transport RC Airplanes.
I like what I see in your trailer conversion. Please send more info, I am in Goldsboro, NC
- Don Gardner, Mon, 14 Apr 2008 11:43AM
Lookin real good bud!!!!!!Hope all is well!!1
- The Holmich, Sat, 12 Apr 2008 4:29PM
Hey it looks good, I have a question for you, how much does it weight and how much can it carry? I love the idea and the fact that you are not to far away. One more question do I buy a trailer and then bring it to you or do you buy the trailer and start from there? Thanks and it looks great.
- Zig Hensley | brm3g.com, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 7:09PM
Looks like you are off to a good start. What are the ideas you are using to keep the weight low? Hi Gary. Well a few things, only painting the walls vs going over them with paneling. There will be 3 nice wood grain looking cabinets going in. They're actually plastic, very light weight, and supposedly hold 30 pounds per shelf. You will see that most of the componets will be on the floor, not elevated in cabinets. Not the most convienent, but cost and weight effective. The airconditioner can be removed and left at home the months of the year that you don't need it. This is very popular. It takes up a little floor space, but who wants 150 pounds of airconditioner in the middle of winter. The fold out bed is made with a light weight steel frame. Very Sturdy yet very light. That's enought info for now. Keep checking back. Thanks Dan
- Gary, Wed, 26 Mar 2008 6:33PM