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04 Nov 2015 12:42 - 04 Nov 2015 12:43 #1 by PeteFox
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Dont I just wish this was available before I started my build

Build yourself caravan kit

I'm sure they would modify for a motorhome on an Oka, note the video shows a slide out bed as well
Pete

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04 Nov 2015 17:19 #2 by Peter_n_Margaret
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The same or similar material I used for the camper body for #196 11 years ago.
vanglass.homestead.com/
Very easy to use.
I don't like the aluminium corner extrusion though because it has an outside to inside 'cold connection' that would cause severe condensation in cold conditions.

Cheers, Peter.
OKA196 tinyurl.com/OKA196xtMotorhome
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08 Nov 2015 08:47 #3 by Garry and Chris
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Can't imagine it on corros

OKA 306

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08 Nov 2015 16:00 #4 by Paul Scherek
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It hangs in pretty well. I used no frame at all, just composite panels glued with angle aluminium along the edges inside and out. Last trip was pretty corrugated - ripped out the rear shocker mounts from the chassis, but the panels and camper are still fine.

The panels don't fatigue much with flexing, are very strong and give good thermal insulation. They are also even lighter than steel.......
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