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Old 06-07-2019, 04:11 PM   #15
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I made a door out of the Nidacore and installed it in a PVC jamb.
That came out real good, great job
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Old 07-20-2019, 11:18 AM   #16
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A few more pictures, another wall and finishing the other side of the first wall.Click image for larger version

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Old 08-01-2019, 02:43 PM   #18
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What are you going to use for utilities?
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Some of it is still in the air, but I found a 5 gallon black tank and I'm thinking about 15 gal tank sprayer from tractor supply for the fresh water and gray tank. With the gray tank I'll put a strainer going in to stop clogging. Still in the air about shower but I'm thinking.
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This whole build reminds me a lot of the Super Camper a surfing couple built several years ago, though theirs is a chassis mount more akin to a motorhome than a slide-in camper .

It too was built out if Nidacore.
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This is lots of work and take a lot of time, I work offshore so the pieces get to cure before doing more work. I'm fiberglassing pieces of the puzzle then I'll put it together super strong!
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Closer to building the puzzle!
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I have 7 pieces all fiberglass and sanded now I have to Bondo and resin over bondo to seal it, only on areas that are going to be on the edge sticking out. Then we will start glueing the pieces of the puzzle together. Then more pictures. Hopefully finish before the end of the year.
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