Thanks for the replies guys.
Heifer boy wrote:
How does your roof work on the pop up extension you have built? I can see how the walls fold in but is the roof actually attached to any of them?
It seems to be independent so do you just get in there and muscle it up one wall at a time?
You got it Heifer the roof is not
attached to the walls. I had planned to attach it and had worked out a pretty good way to do it but then I decided it was going to be more work then it was worth.
At this point it works best to use two people to raise the top. One person inside one outside, so far not a problem because I have had my wife around, but I have been working on a slick one person method for when I am solo.
Carrying on with the build photos:
All of my wiring comes together behind the front upper bulkhead which became a electronics bay and storage location.
The outside skins went on very nicely:
Side and rear top up:
Side and rear top down:
I started working on the galley configuration also visible in the last picture. I am very happy with my camp chef oven stove
which I have fastened in place with plenty of airspace around it.
The front skin going on:
This was one of those tasks that it would have been nice to have a second set of hands to help with but alas since it was 3 am I was alone!
After the skins went on it was time to put it on the trailer:
The corner jacks worked very well:
And I had to do a little run around with it up there. Here it is:
It looks much "cuter" then I envisioned while working on it. It had seemed quite large while working on it in the shop but behind the van the size seemed become much smaller.
Sorry about some of the picture quality. I munched the view finder on the camera so instead of having a "point and shoot" it is now a "point and guess"
More pictures to come tomorrow.