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ID:	29302 Hi all , we are a “ new to teardrop” couple from Ontario Canada.
    We camped for quite a few years in numerous travel trailers and for the last 8 years had a seasonal trailer .
    Recently sold it, and we decided to build a teardrop trailer as an alternative so we could go camping again.
    It’s going to be a BIG adjustment , but a good challenge .
    looking forward to learning and listening to your valued combined experiences and knowledge.
    Thanks in advance,
    Andy and Wendy
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    That's an interesting build you've done there, do you have any more pictures of this? I've never seen that type of siding on one before. Is it a sheet of some material or a type of siding that uses lap joints or similar under the horizontal lines? It looks like it might be a lap siding product based on the fasteners every other raised line feature on the side walls. Very slick!

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    • MosKrat
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      Thank You, and yes it is a thin gauge siding , lapped at the seams.
      Very easy to work with, and quite forgiving ! LOL
      Currently I'm trying to fit a custom black water holding tank , but running out of space.
      I don't have many pictures on here, I'll find some more to add.

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    Bring that new diy camper to North Dakota for a get together June 12 - 15. Details in the Dakota Chapter group! Hope to see you, your wife and this new camper!

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    • MosKrat
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      That would be an awesome trip, but probably should get a few "Local" trips in before I travel 2400 Kms and 22 hours of driving !
      If it survives , then I'm in for a long distance trip !!
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