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  • Wyoming Woodie teardrop

    Working on my second Wyoming Woodie teardrop. Had a custom built 5 x 8 trailer frame built. 14 in wheels. About ready to go up with the sides. Cabinetry about finished.

  • #2
    looks good, what do you use on the outside to protect the wood?

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    • #3
      it will bw coated with several coats of resin . topped with spar varnish for ultravilot protection. what you see is 3/4 ply with a mahogany veneer. first trailer had 1/4 cedar strips laid on. we'll see how the veneer works

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      • #4
        Looks like a great base for a teardrop... Looking forward to your updates!

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        • rherbert
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          Zach, nice job on the new web site. Im slowly getting it figured out. I won't up date ever day. Just when Ive made some progress worth some pictures. The frame is a lot nicer than my first one, This one is much better built. A weld shop down in Texas built it.

      • #5
        Rear cabinets almost finished and on the trailer. Plastic laminate applied in the kitchen area. Turquoise paint for the interior cabinets. Plan to get the walls and front cabinets up tomorrow.

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        • #6
          Got the walls up today. They are attached to the front and rear cabinets. Front cabinets go in tomorrow. Head liner. and cabinet details will be next.

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          • #7
            That is a good looking Teardrop. You are making good progress. Keep it up, spring is coming.

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            • #8
              Finally got the head liner and roof framed up. cabinet trimmed hatch are next.

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              • #9
                hatch is framed up, wiring installed, interior lights installed. lots of small details working on. still have to get the roof on, and build the electrical box up front.

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                • #10
                  making progress. insulation installed, roof starting to go on.

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                  • #11
                    DuckWorks BBS (boatbuilding supplies) sells an epoxy resin/hardener combination that has UV inhibitors in it which w/ the additional coating of UV varnish protects your wood even more

                    your wood is beautiful and deserves all you can do to protect it ;-)

                    https://www.duckworks.com/product-p/...its-parent.htm

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