• Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car Build

Best DIY Plans100% OriginalHigh QualityFast ShippingBuild Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small CarFree Shipping Build Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car  "The little Lite" The objective of the Little Lite design is to produce a small, light teardrop trailer camper suitable for the smallest tow vehicle including large motorcycles. This note describes and illustrates the design - working drawings follow after the text. To get the minimum weight, the trailer is built no stronger than it need to be to do its job and uses only single-skin construction throughout. The trailer will serve its intended purpose well, but is not suitable for other uses - if you want to also use your trailer to, say, collect scrap batteries for recycling, pick another design. To get the minimum size, the trailer has been designed to be low, no more than is needed to enable the occupants to sit up with their heads nearly touching the roof and to be not much longer than the bed length. To fit in two people in bearable comfort, the width has been kept at the traditional teardrop four feet - if the trailer is intended only for solo use, the body width could be reduced. There is no galley and no hatch at the back, to save both weight and size. If a full galley is wanted, it can be built it into a traditional camp kitchen box that sits inside the cabin during towing and is taken out at the camp site. There are no lockers inside - that would need a bigger trailer. But there is a large shelf over the sleepers' legs that provides somewhere to store clothes, ect while sleeping. The body sides hang below the floor just for the look of it and styled (or over-styled!) fenders are used to give the little 8" wheels some character. Ready-made fenders can be if so it would make sense to eliminate the overhang on the body sides. The completed trailer weighs approximately 280lb - a detail weigh estimate is included at the end of the drawings. I will email you a PDF to the email address you provided to PayPal so you can print them out any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2 X 11 paper mailed to you as well, please indicate this when you purchase. All plans are designed by Ben Stone. Ben is a retired Engineer in Canada. Ben also drafts these himself using the latest AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. He studied Engineering back in the early 1980's. After over 30 years in the Construction industry he developed a passion for building cool items around his farm and cabin. These are great DIY projects. With a little skill anybody can Do It Yourself. Ben is always a email away if you have any questions while building one of his projects. He is adding new plans all the time.              Payment            Shipping We accept payment by any of the following methods: PayPal Please pay as soon as possible after winning an auction, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner! We offer FREE shipping on all orders!The plans will be emailed to you in a PDF format to the email address provided by Paypal so you can print them any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2" X 11" paper mailed to you as well please indicate this when you purchase. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not.   You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it.   Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.            Returns 100% OriginalHigh QualityFast ShippingBuild Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car "The little Lite" The objective of the Little Lite design is to produce a small, light teardrop trailer camper suitable for the smallest tow vehicle including large motorcycles. This note describes and illustrates the design - working drawings follow after the text. To get the minimum weight, the trailer is built no stronger than it need to be to do its job and uses only single-skin construction throughout. The trailer will serve its intended purpose well, but is not suitable for other uses - if you want to also use your trailer to, say, collect scrap batteries for recycling, pick another design. To get the minimum size, the trailer has been designed to be low, no more than is needed to enable the occupants to sit up with their heads nearly touching the roof and to be not much longer than the bed length. To fit in two people in bearable comfort, the width has been kept at the traditional teardrop four feet - if the trailer is intended only for solo use, the body width could be reduced. There is no galley and no hatch at the back, to save both weight and size. If a full galley is wanted, it can be built it into a traditional camp kitchen box that sits inside the cabin during towing and is taken out at the camp site. There are no lockers inside - that would need a bigger trailer. But there is a large shelf over the sleepers' legs that provides somewhere to store clothes, ect while sleeping. The body sides hang below the floor just for the look of it and styled (or over-styled!) fenders are used to give the little 8" wheels some character. Ready-made fenders can be if so it would make sense to eliminate the overhang on the body sides. The completed trailer weighs approximately 280lb - a detail weigh estimate is included at the end of the drawings. I will email you a PDF to the email address you provided to PayPal so you can print them out any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2 X 11 paper mailed to you as well, please indicate this when you purchase. All plans are designed by Ben Stone. Ben is a retired Engineer in Canada. Ben also drafts these himself using the latest AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. He studied Engineering back in the early 1980's. After over 30 years in the Construction industry he developed a passion for building cool items around his farm and cabin. These are great DIY projects. With a little skill anybody can Do It Yourself. Ben is always a email away if you have any questions while building one of his projects. He is adding new plans all the time. Best DIY PlansHigh QualityFast ShippingBuild Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small CarFree Shipping Build Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car  "The little Lite" The objective of the Little Lite design is to produce a small, light teardrop trailer camper suitable for the smallest tow vehicle including large motorcycles. This note describes and illustrates the design - working drawings follow after the text. To get the minimum weight, the trailer is built no stronger than it need to be to do its job and uses only single-skin construction throughout. The trailer will serve its intended purpose well, but is not suitable for other uses - if you want to also use your trailer to, say, collect scrap batteries for recycling, pick another design. To get the minimum size, the trailer has been designed to be low, no more than is needed to enable the occupants to sit up with their heads nearly touching the roof and to be not much longer than the bed length. To fit in two people in bearable comfort, the width has been kept at the traditional teardrop four feet - if the trailer is intended only for solo use, the body width could be reduced. There is no galley and no hatch at the back, to save both weight and size. If a full galley is wanted, it can be built it into a traditional camp kitchen box that sits inside the cabin during towing and is taken out at the camp site. There are no lockers inside - that would need a bigger trailer. But there is a large shelf over the sleepers' legs that provides somewhere to store clothes, ect while sleeping. The body sides hang below the floor just for the look of it and styled (or over-styled!) fenders are used to give the little 8" wheels some character. Ready-made fenders can be if so it would make sense to eliminate the overhang on the body sides. The completed trailer weighs approximately 280lb - a detail weigh estimate is included at the end of the drawings. I will email you a PDF to the email address you provided to PayPal so you can print them out any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2 X 11 paper mailed to you as well, please indicate this when you purchase. All plans are designed by Ben Stone. Ben is a retired Engineer in Canada. Ben also drafts these himself using the latest AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. He studied Engineering back in the early 1980's. After over 30 years in the Construction industry he developed a passion for building cool items around his farm and cabin. These are great DIY projects. With a little skill anybody can Do It Yourself. Ben is always a email away if you have any questions while building one of his projects. He is adding new plans all the time.              Payment We accept payment by any of the following methods: PayPal Please pay as soon as possible after winning an auction, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner!            Shipping We offer FREE shipping on all orders!The plans will be emailed to you in a PDF format to the email address provided by Paypal so you can print them any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2" X 11" paper mailed to you as well please indicate this when you purchase.            Returns If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not.   You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it.   Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt. 100% OriginalHigh QualityFast Shipping Build Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car  "The little Lite" The objective of the Little Lite design is to produce a small, light teardrop trailer camper suitable for the smallest tow vehicle including large motorcycles. This note describes and illustrates the design - working drawings follow after the text. To get the minimum weight, the trailer is built no stronger than it need to be to do its job and uses only single-skin construction throughout. The trailer will serve its intended purpose well, but is not suitable for other uses - if you want to also use your trailer to, say, collect scrap batteries for recycling, pick another design. To get the minimum size, the trailer has been designed to be low, no more than is needed to enable the occupants to sit up with their heads nearly touching the roof and to be not much longer than the bed length. To fit in two people in bearable comfort, the width has been kept at the traditional teardrop four feet - if the trailer is intended only for solo use, the body width could be reduced. There is no galley and no hatch at the back, to save both weight and size. If a full galley is wanted, it can be built it into a traditional camp kitchen box that sits inside the cabin during towing and is taken out at the camp site. There are no lockers inside - that would need a bigger trailer. But there is a large shelf over the sleepers' legs that provides somewhere to store clothes, ect while sleeping. The body sides hang below the floor just for the look of it and styled (or over-styled!) fenders are used to give the little 8" wheels some character. Ready-made fenders can be if so it would make sense to eliminate the overhang on the body sides. The completed trailer weighs approximately 280lb - a detail weigh estimate is included at the end of the drawings. I will email you a PDF to the email address you provided to PayPal so you can print them out any size. If you wish hard copies on 8 1/2 X 11 paper mailed to you as well, please indicate this when you purchase. All plans are designed by Ben Stone. Ben is a retired Engineer in Canada. Ben also drafts these himself using the latest AutoCAD software to ensure accuracy. He studied Engineering back in the early 1980's. After over 30 years in the Construction industry he developed a passion for building cool items around his farm and cabin. These are great DIY projects. With a little skill anybody can Do It Yourself. Ben is always a email away if you have any questions while building one of his projects. He is adding new plans all the time.  

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Teardrop Trailer Plans DIY Lightweight Camper For Motorcycle Small Car Build

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