I'm currently trying to finish up my enclosed trailer renovation... lol TRYING being the key word...
I started with a list of things I wanted. Which was mostly locations of things. I came up with a plan of attack... lol
Then I stripped it to the metal.
Insulated the walls (which I had done once, but since I was redoing it and installing a bunch of electric, I tore it all out and did it over again.
Reinstalled the wood (all that was still good).
Then framed out an area in the front how I wanted.
Picked up some cabinet face and doors.
Some 1/2" ply for the top and glued some Formica to it.
Friday I plan to have the electrical all done and install the cabinet doors Saturday.
I bought an RV panel from here: Home
Has a built in inverter. So I am going to run a 12V source from the truck (through the 7-pin plug) to this. So I can run the lights inside the trailer (LED Strips - 12V) as well as some LED floods I am mounting on the back as back up/paddock night time lights when connected to the truck (no A/C power available.
I plan to install (2) 6V golf cart batteries too so I can run the fridge off it while driving. I can probably do that off the truck, but I don't want to push it. I would feel better if I was running it through the batteries...
I plan to carpet the front half of the trailer, basically from the front tire of the bike forward. Then garage floor coating the back half. I hate that sand on the floor feeling at night when walking around... So it's getting carpet.
The bed is from https://www.blazinbelltech.com/furniture.html
. Not the most comfortable, but it works... And I can use it as a couch.
The work bench has 2 outlets above it so I can charge my surface, GoPro, etc... There are outlets under the bed to charge cell phones, and I am running LED lights under the bed that are connected to a motion sensor. So if I get up, I don't have to turn on lights. Sounds lazy, but I have this in my bedroom at home and LOVE IT! LOL
There will be a 32" LED tv mounted above the work bench. So I can watch movies, GoPro, etc... when sitting on the couch or laying in the bed. I have the HDMI adapter for my iPad and Surface. So I can have all my movies available.
Has a rooftop mounted A/C - Heat.
To A/C power, I installed a 30A twist-lock marine plug at the front of the trailer.
I cut a hole through the side of the trailer, but it's below the floor, then the cord comes up under the cabinet. That's where I have the RV Panel installed.
It's getting there.... lol