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Jaspernuts

Putting Camper on Frame with wheels that lower.

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Has anyone ever done this with success? I love my camper, but with it sitting above the ice it can get cold and is a pain to pack with snow. Do you guys think its worth the cost, or should I sell it and just buy a new perm? Thanks guys!

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Has anyone ever done this with success? I love my camper, but with it sitting above the ice it can get cold and is a pain to pack with snow. Do you guys think its worth the cost, or should I sell it and just buy a new perm? Thanks guys!

Depending on how old, and if the existing frame is in good sound condition. I would think that one of your local welders could make a drop axle system for the house, even if it had tandem axles under it. You would, of coarse, have to modify the inside to compensate for the wheels lifting into the house. I would think that making removable fender wells inside to do the cranking would be the best option. This way you won't have to touch the outside of the house at all.

I think you should be able to do it with some enginuity.

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