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Ryobi Square Back Camper

  • May 9, 2016


So we wanted to build a simple camper using nothing but Ryobi tools. We have a mix of tools and wanted to see the power, strength, accuracy, and precision of what the Ryboi tools would be used. We didn't want to take any short cuts, and wanted to create a simple, lightweight camper, that anyone with basic tool skills can create this camper in their garage. This camper is a 4x8 sleeper, with one door and one window. All aluminum siding with rot free PVC trim for the sides. Inside the trailer is house hold carpet, natural birch plywood sides with polyurethane, and a simple box cabinet to hold you camping needs. The trailer was welded from us, but can also be bought at any Big Box hardware stores or HF. PM for more details! Camp On! Joe

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  • THIS is fantastic! We love everything about this tiny camper. Do you have plans for this build? We'd love to attach them and feature your project on the RYOBI Nation homepage!
    By RYOBI Nation, on May 10, 2016

  • Yes we do! I will up load it tonight. Would you want a video uploaded or picture instructions?
    By tinycampercompany, on May 10, 2016
    • Whatever is easier for you! We love to see both. Where can we find them?
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 12, 2016

  • Great job! What does something like that run $ ?
    By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016
    • Thanks Buddy! I would say if you find a trailer near by you can build this project less than about $1500.00
      By tinycampercompany, on May 11, 2016
    • Majority of the cost will be in the Teardrop Trailer door and the window. Other than that you can get a HF trailer for about $229.00 . Not that bad if you love to camp!
      By tinycampercompany, on May 11, 2016
    • In all honesty, that's a lot cheaper than I was expecting. I may just have to look into this in the near future. You have my vote. :)
      By fEzZ, on May 11, 2016

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Ryobi Square Back Camper

by tinycampercompany
May 09, 2016

So we wanted to build a simple camper using nothing but Ryobi tools. We have a mix of tools and wanted to see the power, strength, accuracy, and precision of what the Ryboi tools would be used. We didn't want to take any short cuts, and wanted to create a simple, lightweight camper, that anyone with basic tool skills can create this camper in their garage. This camper is a 4x8 sleeper, with one door and one window. All aluminum siding with rot free PVC trim for the sides. Inside the trailer is house hold carpet, natural birch plywood sides with polyurethane, and a simple box cabinet to hold you camping needs. The trailer was welded from us, but can also be bought at any Big Box hardware stores or HF. PM for more details! Camp On! Joe