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Tour of Chitty Bang Garage/Deck Extension/Stabilizer Jacks

Hey all! Here is a video I posted on YouTube a couple of weeks ago on the rear end of Chitty Bang and all the welding we did as rookies lol

https://youtu.be/c5SQ5T2GhuI

That Hobart 210 MVP really was a hoss! And great for beginners! We only used it for flux core but it also does Mig. We used it mostly on a standard outlet, but to do a few welds on the 1″ channel iron extension under the bus, we used a 210 outlet.

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Tips to Combat Pet Hair in a Tiny Space

In a tiny space, any dirt or hair is a big deal! Its amazing how fast it can get dirty! Its also terrible on allergies! So here is how we Combat Pet Hair in our rolling home, ChittyBangSkoolie!

Here is the Hand brush I use on Mila!

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Bills In A Rolling Home: Basics

Check out our new video🌞!

💵BILLS IN A ROLLING HOME: BASICS!

This is our take and experiences from the last year and I hope if anyone has been wondering about what some of the costs 💰that come with traveling with your family 👨‍👩‍👧‍👧are…they get a better idea from this video! Of course everyone’s situations will be different depending on their “rolling home” 🚎and individual needs! But let me know if this helped you out😁

#rollinghome #bills #tinyhouse #buslife #skoolie #travel #wander #billswhiletraveling #rvbills #busbills #getlost #travelingfamily #wanderingfamily #chittybangskoolie

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Chitty Bang Skoolie Tiny House Journey- NO Cal on the 101

Check out our newest video of Chitty Bang Cruising down the 101 in northern California this summer:) it was easier going south from klamath than from crescent city to Klamath! That little 21 mile stretch is a tranny stopper! But wow its a beautiful drive!!

Https://youtu.be.com/6eFGet1Jbwl

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Tiny House Skoolie Energy Usage with a Generator

Hello again! Here is another video about our experience using a Generator for the first time on #chittybang:) I talk about the difference between our old ’96 Briggs and Stratton 4000watt (thanks Paw Paw Mac!) And one we are borrowing for our workamping gig for the holidays which is a Honda 2000watt. Also when we are using solar to help keep our batteries in working condition! Enjoy!

Tiny House Skoolie Energy Usage with a Generator