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    Default Re: Self Build 4x4 Caravan

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiri View Post
    Looking good.
    What material and thicknesses are you using for the frame and cladding?
    Im cladding with 2mm 3cr12

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    Thanks,
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    Busy doing all the doors

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    Default Re: Self Build 4x4 Caravan

    That is looking most impressive, amazing work!

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    Default Re: Self Build 4x4 Caravan

    looks good how are you going to make the doors dust proof ?

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    Default Re: Self Build 4x4 Caravan

    Quote Originally Posted by Wedwo View Post
    Sfdt

    Hi. Im interested to know what you are going to clad the frame with. Consider Dibond if you haven't decided yet. Google it and if you want i can send you some more info.

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    use that material on a barge im busy with works nicely and not horribly expensive like the other composite pannels we use

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidalbum View Post
    looks good how are you going to make the doors dust proof ?
    Im currently busy sealing all the seams with sika

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    Default Re: Self Build 4x4 Caravan

    Awesome!!

    Can I come look when its done?
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    Anytime.

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    Looking good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfdt View Post
    No Idea. I aim for total weight of 1200 - 1400kg
    I hope that's loaded?

    Otherwise what would would you (legaly) tow it with?

    Really taking shape. Well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baasvark View Post
    I hope that's loaded?

    Otherwise what would would you (legaly) tow it with?

    Really taking shape. Well done!
    Thats the GWM yes

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