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    new floor is cut, fitted, both sides, edges painted and installed





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    Looking good. Keep it up
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    it's been a while since i've updated my build. so far i've installed the windows, completed 2 layers of insulation in the walls and ceiling, installed interior sheathing, leaving a 3/4" gap at the top of the sheathing for running the trailer's exterior running lights and future interior light wiring and covered that with a 2" trim strip making it easy to add/remove wiring as required. the 3/4" aluminum angle for the inside trim of the man door is arriving today. started building the bed base/storage out of light weight cedar...
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ID:	104967 had the trailer out camping 2 times so far, managed to get a few more things done: the bed, 4" of medium density foam with 2" of gelfoam on top of that......very comfortable. mounted the 12v tv/dvd combo on a swivel wall mount, installed the 5,200 btu window shaker which i vented through the floor. built a 2 tier shelf in the v. relocated the front screw jack so that i can open the heep's swing gate with trailer attached and built 2 more removable screw jacks at the rear for leveling/changing flat tire. also bought a 1,000 watt inverter/generator which runs the a/c no problem. installed a propane demand hot water heater/shower, and a rotating tv/fm antennae. ordered 2, 14x24 vertical windows to install in the side door and one of the rear doors for light and ventilation

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    Looks great. I've never seen an all-in-one heater/shower set up like that - slick!
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