How to Build a Homemade Camper Trailer
Homemade Camper Trailer – A loaded at swap meets, church functions, camping, hiking and other activities can get expensive if you should take more than one vehicle. Even with a homemade camper trailer do not have to deal with the cost of driving another car. You can use the trailer to handle the load. A closed trailer home can be built using some readily available materials and know a little. support to 4 feet long piece of plywood 1-for-4 in each corner of the trailer floor. Use L-brackets and screws to secure the April 1st the floor of the trailer. Build a 4-foot square with the remaining 4 feet long 1-by-4. Position of the square at the top of the four vertically standing 1-for-4. Use screws to attach the seat to the upright standing 1-for-4. This makes the ceiling bracket for towing. There is a square box frame on the trailer floor utility to be used for fixing the cover pieces of plywood.
Place a piece of plywood 4-foot-by-4-foot-½-inch-thick at the front, top and sides of the square box structure are in the trailer. Use screws 1 ½ inch to complete this. This will include everything except the rear of the trailer. Fix the door 3 inches long hinge down the back edge of the right side of the trailer. This will adjust the hinges in place by the back door. Place the remaining piece of plywood 4-foot-by-4-foot-½-inch-thick door hinges to the right rear of the trailer. This will secure the back door to the trailer bed.
Attach the latch on the door to the outside of the left side of the back door of the trailer. Place the lock receptacle on the left rear of the trailer on the outside of the box trailer side. This will allow the door latch fit into locking receptacle when closed. With the door closed and locked the door closed, lock the padlock locking the receptacle on the left side of the trailer. Now the trailer door is locked. Cover all sides of the homemade camper trailer with the paint brush to apply the paint. This will make the trailer weatherproof.