thomas rubino wrote:
I've not given much thought to the tiny house craze. I wonder how does a mobile home deal with service hookups ? Water , power and most important sewage ? I would think hauling about a water and sewage tanks would add a liquid weight to your vehicle that makes driving hazardous ... just ask Dillon.
Travis Johnson wrote:I would not go with aluminum though because it has one major fault...unlike steel, it does not deform before breaking. It just breaks. That is concerning when strength matters.
John C Daley wrote:If you have decided on a steel frame, consider getting quotes to have the frame factory built and fitted to the trailer, or at least made in panels you can fit together at home.
You need to run gromments through any holes in the frame that you pass anything through. Power, water
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