• How to Take the Frame Off a Boler: 3ten.ca
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    Project: How to Take the Frame Off a Boler

    How to take the frame off a Boler is one of the main questions we get asked on our Instagram account @tipsy.the.boler. So, we thought we’d put a few of the photos and some videos all in once place to possibly help someone out. We’re about safety first. The process can be rough (sometimes we have to kick the frame out of place and it ‘crashes’ down with a huge bang) yet it’s safe. Below you’ll find step-by-step directions and then we finish off with…

  • Boler Trailer: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Scooby Doo the Boler After

    Scooby Doo the Boler After – did you see the before?! I told you it was such an incredible transformation. From bright new windows, to new mould resistant hull liner, this 13 foot Boler is ready for some fun. I think we put in about 200 hours into this project and did a few extras that we hadn’t planned on – like taking down the ensolite and replacing it with quality marine grade hull liner. If you want the full scope of the project, you…

  • Scooby Doo the Boler Before: 3ten.ca
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    Project: Scooby Doo the Boler Before

    Scooby Doo the Boler Before – check out the state and condition of this 1977 fiberglass trailer. As most of you know we had two adorable pups – Bella and Lily. They’re part of the reason we turned to RVing since it’s a fun way to travel and take them along. In 2017 when we got our second Boler, our first Overhaul, and Lily was along for the ride. She came with us on 6 trailer hunting trips. She was a trooper. Scooby Doo was…

  • My Ole Lady the Boler Before: 3ten.ca
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    Project: My Ole Lady the Boler Before

    Here we go – My Ole Lady the Boler before. She is dirty, tired and in need of some TLC. She’s from Calgary and the man we purchased her from said “My Ole Lady is making me sell it”…”My Ole Lady this”…”My Ole Lady that”. Too funny; as such, that’s how this Boler got it’s name. My Ole Lady the Boler With old tires, a terrible paint job (someone used house paint to cover the exterior), and well used interior this little trailer is going…

  • Go RVing Post
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    Project: Go RVing Post

    Go RVing asked us a while back – in November- to collaborate with them to write a post for their blog. Well, we happily said yes! The article was published in early December, yet I forgot to share it here. Check it out! Go RVing Post Want to read the full article? Check it out: RVers Know: Helpful Hacks for Making the Most of your Space Indoors! It’s a fun little article with some tips and tricks on how to make your interior shine! Our…