Originally Posted by crestonrv
anybody got specs for sink cabinet ,closets ect for 48 wee wind, mine came with cab over windows & dash otherwise interior is bare and I really want to put it right.
Here are some measurements from Wee Wind s/n 3003, the third one built so perhaps furnished differently than yours was originally. Look for holes in walls, floor, etc. to see how yours may have been furnished from the factory. My early Wee Wind can be seen here on RJ Dial's web site:
Below are two photos of the curb side chest and closet and of the street side galley. Some overall measurements to get you started are:
2 drawer chest: 18" deep (face to wall) at top, 15-3/4" deep at floor, 18" wide (side to side) at top and at floor, 34-3/4" high.
closet: 19" deep at top, 22" deep at floor, 19-3/4" wide at floor and mid-section, 22-3/4" wide at top. The wood band around the top is 1-1/4" high and creates a wall that is 3/4" deep from the surface of the top to the top of band.
Galley: 17" deep at floor, 19-1/4" deep at top, overall width is 50" divided into 21" width at platform for stove top and 29" width for sink top. The rear of the galley surface is a 1" bent riser (parallel to wall) that stops flush with the window sill.
The sink top surface is 1" below the window sill. The stove top platform surface is 8" below the sink top surface. My stove top sits on two "Z" brackets along both sides that have their flat mounting surface 4-1/2" above the platform top. This provides some storage underneath the stove top. Yours will vary depending on which stove or stove top you install.
The storage area door below the stove top is 20" wide and 23-1/4" high. The ice box door is 26-7/8" wide and 14-5/8" high. The storage area door below the ice box is 26-1/2" wide and 10-1/2" high. The two galley doors (not the ice box door) are single sheets of exterior aluminum with slightly broken edges (bent inward on a sheet metal brake) which are stiffened with a 5/8" X 5/8" aluminum angle riveted around the inside perimeter of the door. The rivets are visible on the door exteriors. The ice box door is insulated.
Note that other Wee Winds have different (typically wider) galleys. Mine is rather narrow to leave room for the single chaise which converts into a bed.
My front bed is 3' deep at center and about 4" narrower than the width of the trailer along the bed's front edge. The bed overhangs the front aluminum support underneath by 6".
My rear bed is 4' deep and is about 5" narrower than the trailer width along the bed's front edge. It overhangs the support below it by 1". The drawer front under the rear bed is 34" wide and 7" high. A sheet metal aluminum riveted box is attached to the drawer front.
Hope this data helps you get started.