Building your own teardrop camper


11 Responses to “Building your own teardrop camper”

  1. Dan Hibiki says:

    why not something a bit more advanced? 

  2. Navin_Johnson says:

    Love everything about this except the lack of tons of pics!

  3. Preston Sturges says:

    It’s wise to carry two spares, because when one of those trailer tire pops and you use the spare there may not be anywhere to replace that size trailer tire nearby. Also, those tires tend to shred rather than just go flat, so don’t make the wheel well too snug.

    Dad always carried two spare tires and two jacks for the family station wagon, which seemed excessive until we had a double blowout. 

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  4. BookGuy says:

    I would have guessed there would be more red tape in getting certified to be road legal.  Maybe re-using the existing frame helped? 

    • Blue_Villain says:

      Depends on the state.  I’m not sure of Colorado, but the process normally ranges anywhere between having the state DOT inspect the vehicle to just signing the correct paperwork and paying the fee.

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