That's what I was wondering: how much did all that paneling add to the weight of the camper? Absolutely gorgeous job, by the way. It looks so completely homey and welcoming!
Thank you very much! I hope to get the inside finished this winter. (After 2 years of working on it... Finally!)
Well, I took out the furnace
, so that's 20 pounds gone. The fridge
is gone, 20 -25 pounds. The water tank is gone, another 5 pounds. The center of the Closet is cut out, 5 pounds. The bunk bed is gone, at least 50 pounds gone. (That is CRAZY heavy wood!) The bunk bed bench is gone, another 20 pounds. and the propane
tank is gone, 15 pounds. The paneling is UBER light
. Each 8 foot long by 3,1/2" by 1/4" weigh maybe a couple ounces. They are REALLY light
. I didn't have to add any structural pieces except for the bathroom door support and the screen door support. Altogether I took out about 140 (or more) pounds, and added back about 150 - 175 pounds. So, not too, too
bad I think.