Friday, March 6, 2009

RVers build their own fifth wheel trailer



Some people are handy. Some people are really, really handy. Take Chad and Tricia Nicholls. When they wanted a new fifth wheel trailer and couldn't find the right one on an RV dealer's lot. . . well, they just built their own. And, wow! It's a 31-foot beauty with bunk beds for their three young children, a centralized computer, six flat screen TVs, and just about every other convenience, including. . . well, the kitchen sink. Building it wasn't hard, says Chad, who probably underestimates his own talent. "It wasn't one main project but a thousand little ones," he said. In this interview from RVTV, hear the Nicholls' tell how they built their RV and see pics of the unit during construction.

3 comments:

  1. i am interested if this accomplished DIY IT director has addressed the expense of satelllite internet. or at least his choice in this area.

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  2. It looks like an interesting project to do. What did you do for a chassis? I will assume that you did not make it.

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