Ira wrote:Actually, Finn, most people do the wooden floor frame so it's LESS than the trailer frame dimensions. This way, when you put your walls up, they sit on the trailer rails themselves--not on your wood frame. Also figure in your intended skin material thickness to make it PERFECTLY flush with the edge of the trailer frame.
This is a really correct way of doing it--which means I didn't do it this way. My sides and skin hang over.
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