There is not enough room for back cushions.
So the back cushions will have to be stored somewhere while we use the table.
The seats are too low. Sitting here is uncomfortable.
10 pounds of stuff in a 5 pound bag. I guess I'll come back to this problem later.
Working on some face frames.
I use biscuits and glue to make my face frames.
Clamped up while I wait for the glue to dry.
The galley counter is in. That looks nice.
The Shakers built everything out of pine because it was so light.
Working on the inside cabinets.
There is a nice storage area above the galley cabinets.
This is going to look nice with a coat of tung oil.
The stove will be mounted here. I'll probably bolt this right to the counter.
My trailer arrived. This is so kewl.
Check out those wheels.
View from the other side.
The tongue and safety chain arrangement.
Not much grinding was necessary to clean up the welded areas.
Eyeballing the flexiride axle.
I didn't want the axle welded to the chassis. There better never be a problem with this axle, or I'll be doing a lot of grinding.
Checking the tongue weight. Wow, only 65 pounds.
Checking the distance from the ground to the chassis.
Checking the centerline of the wheel.
Body sitting on top of the trailer. So that's what it's going to look like...
It looks really good.
I've got to bolt the body to the trailer.
Comparing the size to the Baja Benroy
A view from the back.
Now we can start fine tuning the design.
The bed height is correct. And we don't cut of the circulation in our legs when sitting on the edge of the bed.
Two doors. This is going to be very comfortable.