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    Cargo Renovation

    I am sitting at home self isolating from a trip to Mexico. Returned a week ago so half done. Here is a link to my photos of the job start to finish. Sorry they are not in exact order.

    https://imgur.com/a/QMgGwmW
    Last edited by Chillybilly; 03-22-2020 at 11:38 AM.

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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    Looking good Bud what size is that cargo trailer ? RJ
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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    It’s a 7’ x 16’. Inside length is 14’ 4”. After the conversion I can only fit one quad in.

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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    Quote Originally Posted by Chillybilly View Post
    It’s a 7’ x 16’. Inside length is 14’ 4”. After the conversion I can only fit one quad in.
    Tandem axle ?? 2 nd quad in back of truck ! RJ
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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    Yup tandem axle. Exactly my thoughts one quad in the truck.

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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    Looks great. What are you doing for heat?

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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    Looking good. I have a little 6x12 that I did the same for camping/hunting with the kids.

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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    What are you using for covering the surface wiring as shown in the pic of your power bar?
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    Re: Cargo Renovation

    For heat I’m going to install a 12 volt diesel heater used for truck cabs . I’ve been researching them on the net. You can buy whole kit for around $300 from Amazon. Lots of you tube videos on how to install them.

    The covers for wiring I purchased from Home Depot, they have a large selection for covering tv computer cables etc.

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    That heater looks interesting - what max BTU out put is it ? RJ
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