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I have just spent the last few weeks converting my 5 x 8 cargo trailer into a "sleeping pod" complete with AC. I call it the buck wagon. It ain't the fanciest camper in the world, but it's better than a tent, and I like it better than my $7000.00 pop up camper because I don't have to worry about the rain or tearing the thing up. The back wall comes out and the bed breaks down allowing me to still store my 4 wheeler and generator in the trailer. I'm looking forward to trying it out. Hopefully get to go to camp this next weekend for the maiden voyage.


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Unfortunately, you can't stand all the way up in it. I had to work with what I had. I originally bought the trailer to haul my daughter's softball team's equipment. If I was going to start from scratch, I would start with a trailer that's at least 6 feet wide and at least 10 feet long with a side door and tall enough to stand up in.
 

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Thinks elh! I was giving some serious thought to a unit that could be slippd on and off of a trailer that I have but worried I would end up with to much weight on the trailer.
Anyway it is something to think about. :thumb:
 
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