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Old 05-23-2007, 06:40 AM   #1
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Sleeper for my gooseneck trailer

I'm wondering if anybody has thought about this before.

I want some kind of shelter for sleeping on wheeling trips. All I want is the ability for 2 people to sleep comfortably.

I thought about building something on the front of my trailer but it might look crappy.
I thought about the cab-over campers, but I only have 4-5' in front of the trail rig when it is loaded.
I thought about putting a small pop-up camper on it sideways.

Now, I'm thinking about getting a sleeper cab off a semi and setting it on the trailer. It seems easy enough. They are already watertight. Some have doors on the side, which is what I would want. It's already insulated and aerodynamic.

What do y'all think?

Anybody got any leads or info on pricing?

Still haven't gone to the truck salvage yet.
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I like the idea! Keep us posted!
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Mount it backwards and fab a door for the cab opening. No need for a side door then (still nice to have, but not REQUIRED). You will have to super-seal the cab opening [if you face it forward] to make sure water isn't forced in during a rain tow.
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sounds like a good idea. Their is a guy here that converts over the road trucks to day cab trucks and has tons of sleepers he has pulled off. I know I'm a long ways from you but if they were cheap enough it may be worth the drive
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I'd make the drive.
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I've seen one at Katemcy i believe, anyway I've seen one somewhere.
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its a good idea, nice sleeper compartments can go for some pretty big bucks. a doublewide flattop style is pretty cheap cause its what guys pull off to put the high rise condos on.
there are thousands of them in truck salvage yards, and they ship to you pretty cheap. the guys in Joplin, Mo have tons of them and good prices. bought stuff from the before.
or you can order one custom built to your dimensions and specs. got a buddy with one on a truck that has a full size stove, standard shower stall and queen bed in it, alond with a 42" tv.
i think you could park two jeeps in that thing;-)
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I use a truck broker for all my hauling services and he said that a sleeper would run about $400-$2500 depending on what you are looking for. He said the following are good salvage yards here in SA. all are south of town on I-35 exit Kinney Road.

ME Rodriguez Salvage
Triple R Deisel (Raul Mendez)
DC Truck Parts (David)

If you decide to go this route and need someone to go with you, I can arrange to have my broker go with you to make sure you get a good deal.

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I think I can get you one a whole lot cheaper than that. He has flat tops and high rise ones. If you are really interested I'll give him a call for you. Or give you his name and number. I do alot of glass for him
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No need for a side door then (still nice to have, but not REQUIRED). You will have to super-seal the cab opening [if you face it forward] to make sure water isn't forced in during a rain tow.
I want the door on the side so I can get in and out with the rig on the trailer.

I can do fiberglass work if necessary to seal the unused holes. I'm assuming they are made of fiberglass.

Need to get some dimensions, but I don't want it to stick up much past the gooseneck.
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sounds like a good idea. Their is a guy here that converts over the road trucks to day cab trucks and has tons of sleepers he has pulled off. I know I'm a long ways from you but if they were cheap enough it may be worth the drive
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The flat part of the deck (not counting the rub rail) is 96" wide. I have 4' of length, possibly 5' if I really need it. The neck is about 38" high. I'd be willing to go a little higher if necessary, but rather not. I need to get some sleeper dimensions to continue on with this project.

M_Crawler, I'd take you up on the offer to take one of your brokers along. I just need to be to the point where I'm ready to spend some money.
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i have been thinking the same thing!! there is one fer sale about a 100 yards from me!!
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The sleeper in the Pirate link is 90" wide and 68" long. Thats a bit longer than I wanted. The real kicker is, it's 7' tall, nearly 3' higher than I wanted. I could cut the top off and do some mods. Also, there may be some smaller boxes. All I really want is the durable and aerodynamic shell.
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you cut the bottomoff. under all those sleepers are storage boxes.
I would not want to be sleeping in something only 38 inches tall from top to bottom, kinda cramped. but thats me. unless you put some windows in it I think you will feel very closed in.
most newer sleepers are 'glass. older ones were steel frame with alum skin.
back when i was in middle school dad gave me a pile of 1 inch square tube, and a huge roll of alum sheet. and put me in the driveway and told me to build a sleeper for one of our rigs. came out as good as any factory one at the time, we had to buy the corner caps, I had no way to form them. and from that day on I have hated buck style rivets with a passion, sure my little sister who I made hold back up doesn't like them either (not one pop rivet in the whole thing.)
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I would not want to be sleeping in something only 38 inches tall from top to bottom, kinda cramped. but thats me.
Submarine style bunk beds.

I've kinda realized that 38" is kinda low. I can go taller, but not 7'.

The main idea is to get a durable insulated shelter that I can cool in the summer and heat in the winter. I'm not looking for "comfy" just don't like to sweat when I sleep. Also, to come back to camp in the summer for a cool nap really appeals to me.
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I will get with my contact and see if I can get you some rough dimensions to work with. When you are ready, let me know and He and I can join you to the salvage yards.

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The flat part of the deck (not counting the rub rail) is 96" wide. I have 4' of length, possibly 5' if I really need it. The neck is about 38" high. I'd be willing to go a little higher if necessary, but rather not. I need to get some sleeper dimensions to continue on with this project.

M_Crawler, I'd take you up on the offer to take one of your brokers along. I just need to be to the point where I'm ready to spend some money.
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I will get with my contact and see if I can get you some rough dimensions to work with. When you are ready, let me know and He and I can join you to the salvage yards.
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My broker was in my office a few minutes ago and he said whenever you want to go we can take a tape measure and see many different types so you can get an idea of what you need. Just let me know and we can pick a Saturday morning and go out there. Maybe next Saturday morning we can go.

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My broker was in my office a few minutes ago and he said whenever you want to go we can take a tape measure and see many different types so you can get an idea of what you need. Just let me know and we can pick a Saturday morning and go out there. Maybe next Saturday morning we can go.
Let me check with the "scheduler".
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The main sizes in length are 36", 48", 60", and 70". The 60" and down are available in a "flattop" style and usually 48" and longer are only available in standup. Here are some pics with flattops on them starting with 36" and going to 60"



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As far as the flattops getting removed for a standup sleeper that is a toss up. Flattops are getting more and more popular these days so it will just depend on whos got what.

Here is one on Pirate for sale around OK city. It is a 60" model off a KW. Pretty good deal IMO.http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...hlight=sleeper
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