|Custom Number Seven
A custom kit assembly
customer wanted a simple, Shaker-style cabinet door. To save weight, I
used 1/4" ply that was cut with a v-groove bit and jig, to give the
effect of seperate boards.
|I used 35-mm euro hinges. They are very easy to install, and are easily adjusted.
Simple, three door galley.
The counter is 1/2" birch ply with epoxy and spar varnish.
|Keeping it light with a simple open shelving area below the counter.
The battery stows inside a box, secured under the low shelf.
|All of the 12-volt wiring enters the lower galley under the counter.
I used a pelican box and a fuse block to create a "load center".
|The fuse block is from Waytek. It's a 6-circuit setup.
|The aluminum I had was scratched, so I burnished it with #3500 abrasive on my RO Sander. I had to do this on Peg's trailer and it looked really good.|
|Fenders, finished in Rustoleum Forest Green, are from Grant Whip.
The tail lights and license plate bracket are from
R W Johnson.
Marker lights and the wheels came from Southwest Wheel, along with the TorFlex Torsion Axle.
|Out in the driveway, ready to dust off for delivery.|