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    Re: Camper Dolly

    Perfect, great work,,,gregg

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    Nicely played, SuperDave!
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    Re: Camper Dolly

    Well, it wasn't exactly easy but the camper dolly experiment worked as intended. It required walking the corners to get it where I wanted it.


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    Re: Camper Dolly

    Great job Dave!

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    Re: Camper Dolly

    If it works as I hope, it will only be pushed left and right. I'd like to swap placement where the boat and camper are sitting in the picture above.

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    Re: Camper Dolly

    I like it, man o man I miss my shop! ,,,gregg

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    Re: Camper Dolly

    Looking forward to the video of you pushing it around. I wonder how well it will roll over those joints in the concrete.

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    Camper Dolly

    I needed to find an easier way to move the boat and camper around in the shop so decided to try a camper dolly. Instead of having to load the camper every time I wanted to get the boat out, now I can slide things around. The frame is built out of 2 x 12 and 2 x 10's and sheeted with 3/4" plywood. The caster wheels are from ebay, 5" swivel wheels with a 661 pound capacity per wheel.
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