Wacky Pup Projects & Tutorials


There are a LOT of tutorials here - They are in no particular order yet, so make sure you scroll all the way to the end. 

At the bottom there is a section of tutorials that are not finished yet, PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT AND VOTE FOR WHICH ONE TO FINISH NEXT!

Some of the finished tutorials include:


Most of the photos will take you to a tutorial. I have marked a few of them as product links, because I really like the product and you should have one too!


My husband, our two dogs and I have spent more than two months at a time in this tiny camper. All the mods shown here are workable and have vastly improved our experience. Let me know if any are helpful to you!












It is    30" L x 20" W  and adjustable from 21"- 28" high. 
It folds flat and stores in the shower when we're not using it.




























Tutorial to Come















 Emergency Window Mod Tutorial Here

MORE TUTORIALS TO COME:


 








MORE ARTICLES COMING:

Easy - Add Sliding Basket Drawers
Add A Shelf Under Your Overhead Cabinets
Easy - Add A Fan At Your Vent
Found Storage Behind Media Center
Easy - How To Hook Up Your Camper Using A Coupler Safety Pin
How To Mount The Kayak Sails To Any Kayak
How To Paint Clouds
Make A Light Blocker For The Skylight Over The Bed
Make A Lined Dog Basket Lining
Easy - Make A No Sew Vinyl Storm Door
Make A Padded Traveling Cover For Your Sewing Machine
Make A Pull-Out Shelf (Behind Media)
Make A Skylight Cover
Easy - Make A Tea/Spice Rack Or Plastic Wrap Holder From A Wine Box
Make A TV/Monitor Cover With Storage Pockets
Sew A Night Shade To Read In Bed Under Bunk
Easy - Open Base Cabinet Storage For Easy Access
Modify A Bunk And Add Storage

2 comments:

  1. WoW! Great ideas:) Have you weighed your rig after all these mods? Are you near or over weight?

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    1. Thanks for commenting! That's a good question. I doubt that I have actually added any weight at all, it probably weighs less! I do want to take it to a weigh station sometime.

      The dinette benches were heavy mdf, I built a lighter couch & boxes from thin plywood. The couch is the same size as the dinette seats, but turned sideways and only uses half the cushions. The boxes have the same amount of storage room that was under the benches, but much easier to access.

      The heavy mdf dinette table has been replaced with a small light one from plywood.

      The bunk door is removed and replaced with a curtain. The stuff that is up there was up there before, but hard to get to.

      In any case, one of the things that I love about my camper is the weight (UVW) is 2995 pounds and the "Maximum Additional Cargo Capacity" is 2855 pounds. That means it can carry almost 3,000 pounds of stuff!! I know I have not gotten anywhere near that. Even the washer only weighs 50 pounds, and it's behind the axle so doesn't add to the tongue weight.

      Almost all my mods just make the space easier to get to and more organized. We have gotten better about not loading it down with canned foods and cast iron LOL

      If you use any of my mods, send me a picture, I'd love to see it!!.

      Liz

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