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Old 11-11-2005, 12:50 PM   #1
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RICHARD is in the process of adding on to his Show Hauler Toterhome turning it into a Garage Coach.
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Old 11-11-2005, 04:18 PM   #2
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That is really a good idea! It expands the horizons of what a guy could do by starting with a toter and then building either a shop or garage behind the living quarters. What's cool about this is that there are many toters around for less money than full-sized coaches are going for. I hadn't thought of doing something like this, but it's actually something that I'm surprised more people aren't doing. SOMEBODY had to be first! Thank you Richard, and thank you Warpath for posting it! This truly is a great site!
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Have to agree with Gary, it gives a new perspective on what to do.

How big was the original bed? 8ft? And how much did you add on, another 8ft?

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Good looking job! I have a question: were the components used to make the extension (as in the roof radiuses, comartment doors, etc.) sourced from Show Hauler? If not, where did they come from? keep up the progress!!

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Richard did mention that he did get the roof radiuses & panels from Show Hauler.
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Quote:
Originally posted by Warpath:
Richard did mention that he did get the roof radiuses & panels from Show Hauler.
Wallik:
The deck was 10' long and I added 5 1/2'.
Travis:
Roof wraps and the s-lock trim was supplied by Show Hauler, compartment doors were made by Nappenee Window to match the original ones used in the early 2000's.
Thanks for the interest, Richard
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