DAY 06 – The Tinker Truck Needs to Vent
I’m about 4 days away from taking off for New Mexico and its crunch time. I’ve got a great little solar vent to install and have to finish moving everything out of the workshop and into U’ee. Still don’t know if it will all fit :-/
DAY 04 – The Tinker Truck Gets ‘Electrified!‘
The layout is complete and everything except for the door to grandma’s attic is in place. Today I layout the external 120v electrical service outlets and lights. It’s a bit of a tedious task but you can never be to careful when mixing voltage and current.
DAY 3 – The Tinker Truck Transformation
I get to work completing the layout of the truck and rigging the milk crate rack & rolling carts to be easily removable for access for the driver side wall: Continue reading
Day 2 – The Tinker Truck Setup & Plans
Moving right along with the build out of this Tinker Truck. Day 2 is about getting the tool rack up. Here I’ve put in a wooden stiffener to bridge the gap between walls. We used a 2×4 and some hinges to bridge the gap across the grandma’s attic Continue reading
Say ‘Hello’ to U’ee the Tinker Truck.
I’m taking my unique set of fabrication & problem solving skills on the road and this is my sweet ride. We’ll be blogging, vlogging, and posting about our adventures. Our Tinker Truck is outfitted as a mobile workstation to help us tackle and solve problems creatively no matter where we may be. Continue reading
We’re always looking for new, unique ways to do things and we try to put our creative spin on just about every project we work on. This month we have been working on some home repairs and focusing on curb appeal. In researching and planning our attack we quickly realized these updates could cost us a small fortune. We wanted to get the maximum impact out of our design with minimal impact on our wallet. Continue reading