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… and fitted to the trailer.
(… the cleanest they will ever be!)
I felt curved mudguards would complement the shape of the teardrop, and I chose to powder coat them in black to match the steelwork and to visually separate the trailer from the camper.
…and the ICC module added to the equation.
… with the added benefit of providing space for a fresh water tank between the wheels!
Suspension bolted in place with addition of cross brace for extra stiffness (trailer inverted) …
I fabricated a couple of brackets to support the Timbren independent suspension…
To protect against corrosion, I sprayed a topcoat of black Raptor bed liner after finishing the welding.
… and the completed bonded inserts.
… adding epoxy resin mixed with graphite powder, at a level just a little higher than the ply edge.
To reduce wear within the hinges, I bonded a layer of graphite infused epoxy after removing a portion of ply on each leaf with a spade bit…
… and the galley hatch hinges completed.
… the detail from another angle…
… and the finished result on the camper.
… and the door hinges got the treatment also…