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Framing Cross Section

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This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. I mentioned it in an earlier post, but will say so here again; we had talked about only skinning the trailer with wood, rather than doing the aluminum. While it …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. I mentioned it in an earlier post, but will say so here again; we had talked about only skinning the trailer with wood, rather than doing the aluminum. While it …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. It’s funny; from Jamie’s original vision for the trailer, it all ended up very close to what he had imagined… he talks about wishing the axle was moved further back, …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. It’s funny; from Jamie’s original vision for the trailer, it all ended up very close to what he had imagined… he talks about wishing the axle was moved further back, …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. We started planning this project when Max was just a baby, so we thought we had a bunch of time to have him sleeping inside the trailer with us… as …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. We started planning this project when Max was just a baby, so we thought we had a bunch of time to have him sleeping inside the trailer with us… as …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. Back to it! Apologies for the delays (of like 10 months, oops!) since the last post… we’re getting back to having them all posted in September and maybe into October. …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. Back to it! Apologies for the delays (of like 10 months, oops!) since the last post… we’re getting back to having them all posted in September and maybe into October. …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. Special thanks to readers David and James, who pointed out that we hadn’t covered door construction. While it’s all well and good up to this point, it doesn’t do anyone …

This post is part of a series documenting our homebuilt teardrop trailer. Please scroll to the bottom of this post for links to previous articles. Special thanks to readers David and James, who pointed out that we hadn’t covered door construction. While it’s all well and good up to this point, it doesn’t do anyone …

Exterior wood skinning and sealing of homebuilt teardrop trailer.

Exterior wood skinning and sealing of homebuilt teardrop trailer.

Post 5 in our #teardroptrailer build series: Interior ceiling finish and circulation fan installation

Post 5 in our #teardroptrailer build series: Interior ceiling finish and circulation fan installation