How to work on a trailer from two states away

I've been on a road trip the past two weeks, so no actual work has been done. 

I have been ordering parts and materials like mad and generally trying to have everything in order so I can hit the ground running when I get home. Time is of the essence. 

I made these test renders to figure out what materials we want to go with, if we have enough windows, and get a sense for if it is going to feel too much like a coffin.

I also made a Youtube 360 video. You can pan around with your mouse, or use your device to look around the trailer.

Last week I installed a transmission cooler in Jeremiah (the truck), which will help the transmission handle the increased load. I also installed a backup camera and monitor so I can connect to the trailer hitch without assistance if necessary (that's really a feature for our relationship, which you'll know if you've ever tried to connect a truck to a hitch with 'guidance' from your significant other before).

I'll put a camera on the back of the trailer, too, so I don't back it up into a cow or something.

Backup cam

Backup cam

Dragging roads with tractor tires in a lightning storm; what passes for entertainment out in the Mojave.

Dragging roads with tractor tires in a lightning storm; what passes for entertainment out in the Mojave.