How to Build a Homemade RV Camper with Slide out

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25 Responses to “How to Build a Homemade RV Camper with Slide out”

  1. Wavatar HueyHoggsbrother Says:

    i like the music, too

  2. Wavatar bluesmanPD Says:

    respect for you Chad… very good

  3. Wavatar s010038 Says:

    1. Fylon siding, Luann backed.
    2. One solid rolled rubber roof
    3. Gave receipts to prove ownership and that taxes were paid. Got i weighed and received title.

  4. Wavatar s010038 Says:

    2000 at surplus cost.

  5. Wavatar lunaticasai Says:

    Amazing,,,, arent you glad you had an assistant engineer and product tester?

    I am restoring a 1989 e250 coachman van camper, and like you said “dont do it to save money, do it cause you love it”…..

  6. Wavatar amywalkerartist Says:

    very very impressive! you are an inspiration! i think i will start my endeavor with the purchase of a small camper that needs mild restoring, however.

  7. Wavatar Colorado220 Says:

    THAT WAS AWESOME, Great job!

  8. Wavatar billroettor Says:

    Happy camping one heck of a fiver

  9. Wavatar bulldawgbell Says:

    You did an Awsome Awsome Job!!! I would like to have you on my business team!

  10. Wavatar yourmajesty07 Says:

    bad ass! sell the house and hit the road!

  11. Wavatar cdltpx Says:

    Makes me want to get a bus and do the same.

  12. Wavatar negativeeffect Says:

    dude i want your wife and kids to come build me a house and you . great lookin 5th wheel and built better than factory i bet great job enjoyed the video dave

  13. Wavatar giancarlolandrover Says:

    nice job dude congratulations

  14. Wavatar CPJapan Says:

    that must have cost a fortune to buy all the supplies

  15. Wavatar s010038 Says:

    $9,300 is that a fortune?

  16. Wavatar CPJapan Says:

    only $9,300! it looks like a lot more because of all the plywood, the fridge, beds, wood, tvs, couches,trailer, and what ever else you used

  17. Wavatar fred4999 Says:

    Great job, congrats to you and your able crew. Would you list a couple of the companies/websites where you got your materials/supplies? I’ve been considering building a smaller version. Ignore the comments from those that do not understand the pleasures and challenges of building. Thanks for sharing!

  18. Wavatar rawimpact Says:

    you’re a very gifted person.

  19. Wavatar vecco73 Says:

    Awesome job! Where did you purchase you 5th wheel frame?

  20. Wavatar thepvcbikeguy Says:

    Ya I also agree with fred4999 this is great and fred4999 I’d love the web sites

  21. Wavatar dirtbikerman1234 Says:

    wow dude that is one sweet trailer lol if you could tell me were you got the supplys.

  22. Wavatar BELUGA71 Says:

    hey men I envy you, I planning to do a slide out on my semi trailer, any advice?

  23. Wavatar starlionblue Says:

    But BUYING an actual fifth wheel can easily cost almost 8-10 times that much. He saved a HUGE crapload of money! Unbelievable. You wouldn’t know it was home-made.

  24. Wavatar starlionblue Says:

    Still, you gotta admit, he saved a colossal amount of money. One of these days, I’m gonna buy a Sprinter van and make my own Sprinter James Cook. The only headache will be making sure it doesn’t leak when I chop the roof off.

  25. Wavatar eddie4356 Says:

    that is pretty much the coolest thing i have ever seen in my life.That is awesome. I could barely put something together that comes in a box with instructions. You need to start a “Man Camp” so i can come to it.

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