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This video shows how one RVer built his own tiny travel trailer from buying steel for the frame to setting it up the finished camper at the campsite.

A well-done slideshow and well made trailer make this video worth watching.

One Response to “How one RVer made his own tiny travel trailer”

  • Norm Young:

    Nice job. After seeing all the junk on the market that shows the flagrant disregard for quality and convenience through sensible design, I decided to collect all the info and ideas for my own 20-22 foot 5th wheel to be pulled by my ’02 Tacoma (the smallest available new is 24′ unless you want a teardrop). I currently pull a 19′ Lance 5th wheel with my Tacoma (stick shift, of course) I am now assembling the data and about to embark on the plan on my CADD program (I am a Mfg. Engr–ret.). The features and conveniences will be many and I anticipate the weight to be around 3300#. Wish me luck. It will probably take 2 years. Anyone interested in the thoughts I have is welcome to email me. Thanks for the forum and enjoy your TLR. Norm

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