50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using trailtop fiberglass Components

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Re: 50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using Railtop fiberglass Componen

Postby saywhatthat » Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:11 am

.This why this style of building cannot be mess up.even if you made one side longer /shorter the cross bars get squared to the trailtop rails then get trim .Their two cross bars top and lower .I see so many trailers with just one 45 cut on the front . When ask why . to hard to frame more then one This way it just glue.and go IF you look at the top you can see a resets lip you square that to the Trailtop railing .Then trim any out of square at the point where the red meets the white This is why you can make as wide as you want.We all want a square trailer when work with wood it's a pain if out of square .Well things happen. With this build . you keep the infill tab square . Then you let what ever is wrong goes to the over lapin joints on the outside corner . Then you trim . Your eye can not pick it up. This way your in fill is cut square. If doing a woody Home depot will cut the wood for you . any bad places will be hid in the seam
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50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using Railtop fiberglass Components
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Re: 50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using tailtop fiberglass Componen

Postby saywhatthat » Mon May 13, 2019 10:29 pm

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Had a few inquires. About the Cross tie in. So pictures. You need only to square the lips for. in fill. The infill needs to have the corners cut near a 45. To save shoulder of tabs look at pictures
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D.I.Y Light weight sleeper using D.I.Y rail top components.
viewtopic.php?f=50&t=66751
50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using Railtop fiberglass Components
http://tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=70729
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Re: 50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using tailtop fiberglass Componen

Postby saywhatthat » Thu Aug 01, 2019 12:19 pm

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Did the front on the fiberglass trailtop trailer . Wanted to break up large front panel .all infill panel go on the same .Under 2 hr trailer on it side stared by drilling a hole in each corner .Any comments Questions? All 3 panels installed .Dose not need to be fiberglass .The fiberglass trailtop kits that are being done in 20 hr. are so are using alubond board for infill. store bought doors
I have been getting trolled that all my pictures are photos shopped no their real. This was NOT invented in 2012 Infill building has been around for over a 1000 years. Fiberglass over 75 years. You are better to get them from a glass shop near you shipping cost. The outfit I get mine from has many profiles and yes the 7’’ one that matches a jeep tub. When they have made an over order they put up on trailtop.net are trailtop.org. Around $10.00 a running foot When gone they take down the web site. For the flat crosser overs and spacer profile with 5/8 lip those I have extra 550 feet hand layer. Will share
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Il suffit de le faire
D.I.Y Light weight sleeper using D.I.Y rail top components.
viewtopic.php?f=50&t=66751
50 HR. Build 4.5 by 8' using Railtop fiberglass Components
http://tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=70729
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