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It's basically the Roll Off Camper Box is built on my old 80" wide flatbed. It was built utilizing 10 foot sheets of plywood and it leaves a 16" deck off the back so I'm able to stand at the door.
It now has a small window for light, but living at job site and where ever, I'm not one to want to come back home to find the windows are busted out. They are just not practical for my use and for the longest time while living on the road, I was able to park just about anywhere without being detected as a camper. I'm sure there are many homeless people out there who would rather not get harassed by the cops. But as I've always said, its not fooling the cops, it just fools the people around it which means the cops are less likely to get a complaint from people who just need something to complain about.
At first I built by using 4 x 10 sheets of ply wood on top of the original 2" by 12" side boards and added 4ft. wide sheet of ply wood which left me with a Box of only 5 foot high. I wanted it to store my personal junk inside it while I was out of the country. I used some fiberglass cloth strips and some resin on the ridge. Primed it right inside and out and used snow roof on the top. I figured that it would hold up for at least five years if not maintained at all.
Things don't always go as they should and I had to come back so I added an extra 16" to the height. Since it's wood with a snow roof type top, it doesn't get as hot inside as regular camper type metal boxes.
June 4th, 2011:
My Synchro-link truck
As for the paint:
Are you land locked?
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