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  1. Tom
    January 2, 2022 @ 5:49 PM

    What a awesome build! I will be stealing many of your ideas. YOU ARE A CLASS ACT! It is commendable that you went to such great lengths to share your build (Text/photos/Parts/Tools/Wow)! Best of health during your travels!


    • thenomadstudio
      January 2, 2022 @ 6:18 PM

      Thank you for your kind words! 🙂


  2. Ram
    August 30, 2022 @ 12:05 PM

    This is amazing, obviously I cannot do this – but I enjoyed your Project thoroughly. You both are so very creative and kudos to your time management skills. Despite this not being your full time job, it is unbelievable to see how you manage work life balance.


  3. Tabatha
    June 12, 2023 @ 10:22 AM

    I’ve been asked to build a partition wall for a changing room in a trailer like this. Never done it before. When you built the wall for the shower, did you use screws to just screw straight into the roof of the trailer? What size screws?
    BTW, I’ve been looking and looking and your page has been the best as far as information. Thank you!


    • thenomadstudio
      June 12, 2023 @ 12:03 PM

      Thank you for visiting our blog 🙂
      I think we used self-drilling screws that were 2-1/2 inches long to connect with the metal frame on the trailer roof. The partition was also secured to the floor using screws. The choice of screw size depends on the thickness of your frame material, so please consider that when selecting the appropriate screws.


  4. Rich
    August 16, 2023 @ 7:14 AM

    Awesome build! I did a similar build, and under lessons learned, it became obvious that the use of the correct hardware, is the key to being a happy camper. No matter what materials you use for anything, use at least double the amount of hardware for the construction of not only the furniture, but the way it attachés itself to the trailer. The forces exerted on everything is far greater because of motion, stopping, starting, sudden braking, cornering, wind shear, Torque, etc, etc. Lashing down your gear sounds like a no brainer right? Double your efforts so when you arrive at you destination you gear is in place safe and undamaged.


  5. Peter W
    October 7, 2023 @ 10:49 AM

    Very detailed info. Very helpful for all of us. What vehicle did you tow this on your journey with ?


    • thenomadstudio
      October 7, 2023 @ 7:29 PM

      2012 Nissan Murano 🙂 Thank you! glad it helps.


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