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  1. OnBeechRoad

    Trailer Wanted 5K Range

    I've got just what you need....https://norfolk.craigslist.org/spo/d/suffolk-2018-off-road-trailer/6840053907.html
  2. OnBeechRoad

    enclosed custom all aluminum cargo/tent trailer

    https://norfolk.craigslist.org/spo/d/suffolk-2018-off-road-trailer/6800999473.html
  3. OnBeechRoad

    all aluminum enclosed camping trailer with roof top tent

    https://norfolk.craigslist.org/spo/6761282364.html.
  4. OnBeechRoad

    DIY on-board shower components questions.

    home depot has the low flow shower heads, i think they're like 1.7 gpm. Youll also find that the low flow shower head helps to slow the water down therefore holding the water in the heat exchanger longer...hotter water.
  5. OnBeechRoad

    DIY on-board shower components questions.

    https://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/a-camp-shower-that-really-works.174526/ i just use garden hoses. I use the ones that roll flat for my supply lines and a regular garden hose for my suction line.
  6. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    I'll post some fresh pics soon.
  7. OnBeechRoad

    Collection of Trailer Builds

    starting another one...
  8. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    Well just a quick update...no matter how hard I tried to make a prototype to build a cheap trailer with readily accessible materials that most anyone could build with common tools ...I'll admit,I failed. So its back to what I know....ALUMINUM!
  9. OnBeechRoad

    A camp shower that really works

    UPDATE...the problem wasn't the heat exchanger but was the thermostat in the Jeep. The outgoing water temp was very comfortable but only for a few minutes then it turned cool. What we found was that the extremely cold stream water going through the heat exchanger was actually cooling the...
  10. OnBeechRoad

    A camp shower that really works

    Everything still works like it should. Last weekend We went camping in the mountains. The incoming stream temperature was right at 33 degrees, air temp was 40 degrees... it was chilly to say the least! The shower was after going through the heat exchanger was almost comfortable. We decided to...
  11. OnBeechRoad

    Wrenbot trailer build

    (drumroll....) how much does this weigh? Great design!
  12. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    So the first improvement to work on is the basic construction. Working with aluminum tubing was both time consuming and costly. Although aluminum tubing was about half the weight of steel tubing I wanted a lighter trailer because I pack heavy. For this project I'm still using 1/2" marine grade...
  13. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    Lets build another one!!! So, after 2 years of use I've been taking notes and making a list of the things I like about this trailer, what I used, what I didn't use as well as the things I generally just don't like. I started a new one this weekend. I'm hoping it'll be lighter, quicker to build...
  14. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    I've listed it for sale on this site. https://norfolk.craigslist.org/tro/d/2017-offroad-trailer/6463440314.html
  15. OnBeechRoad

    A camp shower that really works

    I bought everything from amazon. The new 20 plate will convert 40 deg water to 155 deg without any problems. The thermostatic mixing valve allows for complete temperature control. What i found with propane was that it would only raise the incoming water temperature 40 deg so..40 deg stream...
  16. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    I attached the plywood skin to the aluminum skeleton using stainless steel self tapping pan-head screws. I then rolled on multiple coats of 2-part epoxy and sanded it, sanded it, and sand it some more until it was smooth. Primed it, painted it.
  17. OnBeechRoad

    My built from scratch offroad trailer

    Hello friends! I'm so sorry for the late replies to to your questions but for some reason I never received any notifications. I'll run through it and try to answer all of your questions. The tent is raised and lowered using the stabilizer jacks, it's a one man operation. Once the tent is raised...
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