Completed in 2009!!!

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How long did it take to build your trailer?

Less then 60 days
5
12%
Less then 6 months
13
32%
Less then a year
4
10%
Less then 18 months
2
5%
More then 18 months
13
32%
Purchased...had to start camping!!!!
4
10%
 
Total votes : 41

Well maybe...

Postby Dragonryder » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:44 pm

Well, after seeing other peoples time to build quotes I don't feel quite as bad. Granted, mine is not as nice as yours but I thought I was so slow at 2 years. :lol: It's just that it is so hard to be patient when you want to start using it. Thank you for printing your build times, it makes realize if it worth doing, it's worth doing right. :thumbsup:
Have a great day and hoping the weather is great no matter where you are!!!

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Postby Jst83 » Tue Feb 02, 2010 9:16 pm

Started my build in May 06 Camped in it May 07
Still never finished and have over 4,000 miles on it :lol:

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Re: Completed in 2009!!!

Postby MoparCzy » Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:20 pm

That is just one beautiful piece of work. Gorgeous wood you used there. What did you finish it with?

Juneaudave wrote:Last year, John (jdarkoregon) started a thread on Completed in 2008 that was so successfull, it seemed like we should do it again!

The premise is that so many members have finished their trailers this year, that it is a good idea to put all the 2009 trailers in one place, soooooo......

How about showing us a picture(s) of your 2009 trailer and if you built it, share with us how long it took. It's amazing how many great new trailers we get each year!!!

I'll start with the SlumberMAX...First frame weld July, 2006... Roof rack complete May, 2009

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Postby Juneaudave » Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:30 pm

Thanks Mopar...the trailer is fiberglassed and shot with auto clearcoat for UV. Kind of a learning experience for me but so far so good!
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Hey Scott.

Postby Dragonryder » Wed Feb 03, 2010 6:59 am

Hey Scott, I keep meaning to ask you about your air conditioner. Mine will be in the same area as yours. I noticed that you have a door on yours. I'm guessing that you remove it before traveling down the road. Where do you store it when you're traveling or even when the camper is not in use?
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Postby Senior Ninja » Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:20 pm

Oops, you really meant less than didn't you?
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