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Cargo trailer build
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http://rvtravel.com/rvdt851/[URL][/URL]

This is a really sweet little cargo trailer build. I don’t know how to post it other than to go to this link and scroll down to Video of the Day.
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#2
Here's the direct youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AH-0KcvZ5jI
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  • Cammalu (02-19-2018)
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#3
Very nice Cammy. You really should change the subject from van to trailer though.  Tongue
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  • Cammalu (02-19-2018)
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#4
Very nicely done! He put some time and effort into that.
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#5
Cute where did he hide the batteries? I see an induction stove top? That going to pull some sternwakeAwatts!!
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#6
I saw this one awhile back and still one of the nicest conversions i've seen.
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#7
now.. all I see when I see flat-topped V-nosed trailers.. is water... lol

But the build is impressive.
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#8
My new v-nose, "flat-roof" cargo trailer has a nice slope from the center to each outside.

It has plenty of slope to run any amount of water off it easily.

In fact... it's not a flat roof at all.
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