My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby cryptojones » Wed Dec 28, 2016 11:52 am

I love this design. Any chance you'd share the sketchup files?
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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby Schosser » Wed May 10, 2017 11:54 am

Your design looks a lot like Microlite Cargo Lite Image
I have had one for nearly a year and I love it.
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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby Camp4Life » Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:41 am

Been away a while, had a couple of surgeries and was rear-ended so I'm dealing with neck and shoulder injuries now. Suffice to say, this has really put a damper on the build because the plan was to be well into the build by now :cry:

Schosser wrote:Your design looks a lot like Microlite Cargo Lite Image
I have had one for nearly a year and I love it.


Those are great! That's the idea for mine, just a small indoor space to get changed or hang out for a bit when the weather is bad. And also something that doesn't need to be set up or taken down.... Just unhook the trailer and done. :thumbsup:

I also looked at the Happy Trails Cozy Camper, it's a small 9' trailer

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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby Camp4Life » Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:41 am

So I had a surgery, and waiting for another, but in-between I got rear-ended badly and I've been dealing with neck and shoulder injuries the past couple of months. Suffice to say, this build will be delayed for a while. My consult for my next surgery isn't until end of August so who knows when my actual surgery will take place.

Until then, I managed to pick up a 19-foot camper for a good price. I was looking for something a bit smaller, but this will do, and can fit in most of the tenting places we like to camp. The bonus is that the guy had receipts for work done by a shop this spring; New bearings, new brakes, all 4 tires plus the spare are new and suspension/frame inspected. The previous owner also flipped the axle which works out great since I drive an F-150.

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This will do me just fine for this summer, and hopefully I can get started on my build next spring. :thumbsup:
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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby pchast » Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:04 pm

Nice find!
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Re: My first build design: Uno. (Pic heavy!)

Postby Camp4Life » Thu Jul 06, 2017 1:32 pm

pchast wrote:Nice find!


For $3000 Canadian, heck yes :thumbsup: That's about $2315 in American bucks. The guy needed to sell it fast because he lost his job and I spotted the ad 20 minutes after he posted it and told him I'd pick it up right away.
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