Keep It Stupidly Simple (And Double Down On The “Stupidly”!) – Book Excerpt



Here's an excerpt from my book "How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap", on sale September 4, 2014.

 

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Keep it stupidly simple - Excerpt from Mobile Rik's book - How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap
Keep it stupidly simple - Excerpt from Mobile Rik's book - How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap
Keep it stupidly simple - Excerpt from Mobile Rik's book - How To Build Your Own DIY Truck Camper And Get Off The Grid For Dirt Cheap


 

UPDATE: The book was released as digital download on Thursday September 4. Along with the book, I'm offering membership to its companion video site with over 180 minutes of footage from various stages of construction.

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Here’s another excerpt : http://buildatruckcamper.com/how-to-build/interior/electricity/diy-truck-camper-electricity/">DIY Camper Electricity The Easy Way

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One Comment

  • William says:

    Its cool what you’re doing.
    My situation: Employed, homeless, living out of the back of my Dodge Dakota with a basic aluminum camper shell that’s cab high.
    On the ladder rack, I’ve installed 2 80 watt solar panels.
    I’ve insulated the top with R-6 foam. I want to build a better camper so I can have more room.
    It gets very cold in northern Arizona during winter.
    The cost of housing is outrageous in Flagstaff. I want to live year round in my camper and just save money. I have a storage unit for the bulk of my possessions.
    Thanks for your info. Its given me inspiration to expand my goal of living cheaply.

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