Overland cooking station

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So I love to cook while overlanding and I thought I would build myself a collapsible cooking station. It was really easy to make ($50) worth of lumber. Pine shelves, 1x4"s, 2 hinges, brace plate, couple of plastic knobs, couple of carriage bolts and some lacquer. The results are, well have a look for yourself.


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I've started looking at building up a trailer next year.  Cooking space has always been one of my challenges when I'm out and about.

I'm going to have to remember this when I start working up the plans.

That's a great, and simple implementation.
 
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Nice!

I have been thinking of starting a trailer project myself.  Maybe next time you have set up in action you can post some pictures.
 
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Great job Cappy!

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Looks great! It's just missing one little thing, a beer bottle opener. As I recall, Canadian beer bottles do not come with twist off caps. :grinning:
 
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Looking like a very functional set up. I just started building a kitchen for the back of our Jeep. We are hoping to have it finished for our trip this spring, if work would stop getting in the way.
 

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So I love to cook while overlanding and I thought I would build myself a collapsible cooking station. It was really easy to make ($50) worth of lumber. Pine shelves, 1x4"s, 2 hinges, brace plate, couple of plastic knobs, couple of carriage bolts and some lacquer. The results are, well have a look for yourself.


Keep on Jeepin' On!

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Like your trailer....Do you have any more pictures of your trailer....looks kinda military.
 

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Looks great! It's just missing one little thing, a beer bottle opener. As I recall, Canadian beer bottles do not come with twist off caps. :grinning:
He has one installed on the back of his Jeep. I saw him use it on one of his YouTube videos.

I really want to get a trailer like this. The RTT is at eye level and makes it easier to put away when you're ready to pack up camp.
 
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I built my trailer. Not always the cheapest solution but you can do it like you want. I did not have a photo only short video, my cooking area was a truck tool box I mounted on the side and use the lid as a table and has lots of storage. Just seal the door well.
 

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@rmerron That was another trailer on the side of the house? Love the setup as you know, and the SUN FUSION!!!! Be cool!