Here is the finished tear sitting proudly in the Sierra's on her maiden voyage. At 740lbs. it pulled so smooth and easy with no bounce that I had to keep checking the mirror to make sure it was still following and went straight arrow through heavy desert wind gusts. Keep clicking the center photo to watch it being built.
That is awesome. Do you have an estimate or breakdown of cost? Materials list?
Posted by Rob at 9/4/2012 07:17pmPST
Thanks Uncle Denny for the inspiration. Your build website was complete and very informative. I'm nearly finished mine and was wondering; how did you cleaned your aluminum after your construction was complete?
Posted by Dave Prince at 6/25/2012 12:12amPST
Hi I've enjoyed looking at yr step by step guide one of the best I've see to date thanks for taking the time. I'm looking at building a teardrop camper my self but in England we have some funny weight restrictions when towing. do you know what your camper weighs unladen?
Posted by Simon at 4/28/2012 01:19pmPST
Im seriosly falling in love with these little tear drops
after checking out your pictorial im hooked
you've done a fantastic job
Posted by adrian at 9/22/2007 07:57pmPST
Super looking Rig, Clean lines, and balanced shape,
not too tongue curved or aft flattened.
It looks like an efficient shape for the interior space fore and aft as well.
Posted by KC MacGyver at 6/11/2007 08:59amPST
Very nice looking rig! Good job!!
Posted by Kirk at 4/10/2007 01:06pmPST
Awesome site. Keep up the good work.
Posted by worken2much at 3/12/2007 03:32pmPST
I was trying (unsuccessfully) to describe a tear-drop trailer to my husband just last week - now I can show him a picture. Thanks!
Posted by Sharon MacDonald at 9/25/2006 11:24amPST
This is just what I have been looking for. I have been wanting to build a tear drop for about a year now. I have modeled one and have been searching for info. Your sight gave just what I was looking for.
Posted by John Ford at 9/18/2006 01:28amPST
Comment's are a new feature so join in and add your thoughts for all to share. Please uze nice wurds as this is a family site. . . Thanks