asr9754 wrote:Figjam swamp cooler! Used one on a 18' travel trailer and it made a world of difference.
I removed one of the side windows near the sleeping area, cut a piece of foam insulation board to fit the window frame, and cut a circular hole in the foam board to fit the airpipe from the bucket cooler. I also built a very simple table to elevate the swamp cooler to the height of the window and bungeed the whole thing to the trailer keep it from blowing over. Hung a spare sheet as a curtain around the bed to keep the cool air. Best playa project I've ever done. Just keep the roof vent open when the swamp cooler is running.
Also, we found the old incandescent light bulbs to be the biggest power draw in the trailer, consider swapping for LED bulbs or using alternative lighting to preserve your trailer's battery power. This year I will string up a solar Xmas light inside the trailer and not use the built in interior lights.
Elliot wrote:And when you start driving the beast, keep in mind that the trailer is always trying to wreck you.
Captain Goddammit wrote:If you haven't already acquired the trailer, I'd strongly advise passing up any single axle trailer, killer deal or not. Dual axle trailers tow a hell of a lot straighter and nicer. Single axle trailers tend to wag and sway back and forth. That sucks.
What vehicle will you be towing with?
TexasRick wrote:Best of both worlds, a bike AND a camper.
Thecatman wrote:Most truck drivers will say, "you're not driving the truck, you're driving the trailer".
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