Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Camper is coming along

While I have been upstairs sewing away on my 20 year project, my husband has been working diligently on his camper.  Here are some of the most recent improvements.

This was when he finished painting it.  He has been working on the doors. 
Completed doors.  The metal strips is what he put over all the seams on the camper.  They were then painted over.

Looked all over to get the right kind of hinge.  He found spray paint to match the color of the camper.
Adding some caulk to the door before painting.

The inside of the door.  Nice and sturdy.

Inside the camper the floor is down. 

Inside of the doors.  The doors are all painted but I was not able to get a good picture of the outside because he had the gate up.

Beneath the camper.  After gluing and screwing the floor down inside, he put spray foam between the floor boards. 

No, not a starry night.  To protect the bottom of the camper, he rolled on roofing tar. 

When showing him this picture he realized he would need to take care of the rust on the tongue of the trailer. 

This little door will go over the air conditioner hole when we are not having to use the air conditioner or when pulling the camper.
Getting ready to add some foam seal to the inside of the door.

All ready.  Just need to add a handle and some attachment screws.

Surprised me when I looked out the window.  Hooked up to the truck and getting ready to put the motorcycle in for a test fit. The windshield is a bit tall for the door way contemplating cutting a small section out of the frame of the doorway or getting a new windshield, which is cracked already.  I think we are leaning toward a new windshield. 

I'm getting ready to do some quilting, so may not post for a few weeks.  Hope you enjoy this blog, thanks for visiting. 


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