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ryan.d

2012-2013 Fish House Build

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Hey i'm new on here but I used this site a lot for help while I was building it. I thought I would just post some pictures of the build because I liked seeing the pics of others builds.

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The floor of the house is 3/4" treated plywood and I used self tapping screws for treated wood. I insulated the floor with 1" pink insulation then spray foamed around the outsides of it.

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Next I did the wheels. The pictures here are what is started out with but they ended up changing 3 times before I got it right.

The arm on the axle is 2x3x3/16 with a large bushing stock welded on the end. The bushing is 2" ID.

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I built the roof and walls inside our garage and got everything fitted up onto the frame, then took sections of it apart to put it together outside because our garage is to low.

All of the walls are ripped 2x4's with full 2x4's in the corners and on the back so it would be strong enough to hold the double doors.

The ceiling is 2x6's cut to a slight slope.

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I wired the taillights up the wall and threw the ceiling down to behind the stove. my only 110 outlets are in the front because it is so small. There are 2 12v lights and 2 6ft led strips on the ceiling. I wrapped the inside of the house with plastic before i put up the paneling.

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After last winter i realized that there was way to much tongue weight and the axles weren't how i wanted them so i decided to redo them when i finished the inside.

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