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Unread 03-02-2009, 05:52 PM   #16
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Which way does the fridge open? I'd prefer the weight to be on the left side of the trailer if possible - it rides better that way.

The weight is on the left side of the truck, gotta even it out!
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The weight is on the left side of the truck, gotta even it out!
Nope, you only have to even out the weight if drive a Dodge.
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Those bed frames look familiar. Are they from the Pen.?
Yep! Nathan your trailer is turning out real nice. I wish mine was as far along as yours. Nick says he'll have the floor in this weekend..........we'll see. I going to KC to get the a/c unit Saturday morning.
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Lookin good. Mine is still bare inside. :(
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Looks nice.

I hope to get the sinks and prep tables in mine this weekend - for once the weather is forecasted to be on my side.
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Cool More progress (Beds and Jacks)









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That turned out pretty nice Nate! I think I need to find some scissor jacks still too.
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I like the scissor jacks too, but with my length I fear I might rip the jacks off the back if I have to go up a hill at a comp site.
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Brewmaster. I have to ask. Did u carpet that? Arent you concerned about wrecking the carpet, odors, etc? After a contest, the floor in my trailer is covered with sauces, blood, grease, smutz, mud, grass, etc.. I sweep it out many times a day and it still geets wrecked over a weekend.


For weiser.. My trailers a 16 foot vnose.. so its about 18 foot long.. heres some ideas for your 24. http://s117.photobucket.com/albums/o...t=33e640dd.pbw

http://s117.photobucket.com/albums/o...hef33/trailer/
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Thanks Chef... dunno where but I have seen that before.
Very nice job on the layout!
Are you the guy that has problems keeping his knives on the wall?
I thought it was the same rig.

Thanks Phil.

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Nope.. not me.. the knives stay on the wall pretty well. For transport i usually just take them off, roll them in a towel and put them in the sink for transport.
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Nope.. not me.. the knives stay on the wall pretty well. For transport i usually just take them off, roll them in a towel and put them in the sink for transport.

It looks like one of your drawers has a white rubber hose in it. Is that used to beat back all the ladies trying move into your manly kitchen?
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Brewmaster. I have to ask. Did u carpet that? Arent you concerned about wrecking the carpet, odors, etc? After a contest, the floor in my trailer is covered with sauces, blood, grease, smutz, mud, grass, etc.. I sweep it out many times a day and it still geets wrecked over a weekend.
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I see what your saying about the mess, but I used a buddy's RV last year for three contests and all we had to do was vacuum when the contest was over. The mess was not too bad. If I do get a bad stain, I can always pull up that tile and put another one down.

Since I trim all my meats at home, really the only other thing I plan on doing inside the trailer is putting boxes together and staying out of the weather if its raining or extremely hot. I will also be putting an area rug down between the beds and the front table.

I don't plan on spending too much time in there other than sleeping. I plan on a lot of beer drinking going on outside the trailer.

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