- This could just as easily be accomplished with a 3/4 piece of plywood, with the middles cutout to lighten it and to accomodate the foam. Or for that matter, you could also build a soild wall out of 3/4 plywood.
- Biscuits can also be used for the joinery rather than pocket screws.
- The doors can also be built. I use pre-made doors, but you could very well build your own.
- If you have any other accessories, or different cabinets, be sure to add framing in the wall to have something to attach to.
- Don’t let the lack of framing in the wall worry you. This is a stress skin framing. The strength is in the sun of the parts.
- My framing will sit on top of the trailer. You could also build the walls so that they overhang the sides of the frame by the thickness of the frame. This would give the appearance of the trailer being built “to” the frame rather than “on top” of it. Just be aware of your width outside of the frame so that your tires don’t eventually rub it.
If you are planning your trailer, this is the point in the process where you really have to think far, far ahead so that everything will be where it needs to be when you get down the road. If you have questions please feel free to shoot me an email and I will answer then as best as I can. I am far from an expert at this, but I do have some experience what goes into planning and building.
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