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    The shower is a bonus. Make sure the doors are closed when showering. The one I saw, only haul one bike and removed the bike ,then you had a fold down bed for a couple. Your trailer was done very well,
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    Nice job
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    Quote Originally Posted by EUGENE View Post
    The shower is a bonus. Make sure the doors are closed when showering. The one I saw, only haul one bike and removed the bike ,then you had a fold down bed for a couple. Your trailer was done very well,

    Closing the doors while showering is optional depending on where you are. . The bed(s) can be do a couple of ways, it is all dependent on space.E track horizontal along the walls with 2x4s and plywood stretched between the E track. Cots are an option, drop down beds are another.

    I pulled this trailer with a Ford E450 shuttle bus conversion with a 6.0 diesel. If I were to do another trailer for my needs I would go with an 8 foot wide and leave the rest the same. 7 foot ceilings are a must if you have a shower. Mine will hold someone in the 6'4" range.

    Because we had the bus pulling the trailer worked well in combination with the bus. Sleeping, eating, living and toilet were in the bus, as mentioned cooking, shower, bikes and gear were in the trailer. There was room in the trailer for either a composting toilet or a bag toilet.

    I would advise anyone wanting to build out a trailer to make a detail Needs and wants list and put together a budget. Prior planning prevents spending money unwisely.

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    I like your chose of water heater and Wiremold. Old sparky here!

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