I just watched the video on the Dog House Camper and had a couple questions.
1. Windows - Good for ventilation but what to do during inclement weather to prevent rain/snow from entering?
2. It was said floor slides out for easy cleaning, but it didn't show how?
3. What needs to be done to make it Road Safe for towing behind our motor home?
This is a joke right.?
No, Not A Joke.
I watched it and since the dogs are inside dogs, I doubt they'll be out using it in bad weather. As to making it road worthy, it would require a lot of modifications including leaf springs and road worthy wheels and tires. The wheels on that are OK for a garden cart but not for long miles on the open road.
I think you'd be better off getting one of these http://www.etrailer.com/Hitch-...msg7MCFQfonAoduFQAhg and carrying it rather than trying to make that design road worthy.
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Already have that on the MH filled with cargo. Space is limited. Thought it was a cute idea and a great shelter in bad weather, guess I will just use a tent for them.
All righty then....
Harbor Freight has a trailer you can start with, they range from $200 to $400. Like this one..
If you are interested in making the tear drop style trailer, plans can be found on the net or I can find some in the plans I have. You will have to compensate for the size difference.
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