How To Build A LEGO Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer 2019 DIY Tutorial


Hey everyone! JAYSTEPHER here today with a
tutorial on how to build a custom LEGO Fifth Wheel 2019 edition. The parts lists will be provided in the description below. what are we waiting for let’s get
started let’s begin the construction of the
fifth wheel starting with a 6 by 8 plate on the right hand side let’s place four
1 by 1 flat tiles these are gonna be used for the bathroom floor you can use
any color or design you wish let’s place four more 1 by 1 flat tiles
above the previous row a 1 by 1 flat tiles now let’s skip this set of stats
and place 2 1 by 1 flat tiles these are a bit of a challenge to straighten out
so we’ll just try our best let’s skip the set of studs and place down two more
1 by 1 flat tiles take another 6 by 8 plate let’s place a 1 by 8 flat tile on
the top portion now let’s continue on with a 1 by 4 and 1 by 6 flat tiles
place another 1 by 6 flat tile right underneath and the left place a 1 by 1 a
1 by 2 and 1 by 6 flat tiles and on the bottom right a 1 by 2 flat tile now
let’s slide in a 4 by 12 plate as shown before we have one stud hang over
I must slide in another 4 by 12 plate on the bottom portion now on the right hand
side I’m gonna skip a row of studs and place down a 1 by 6 flat tile this is
going to be used to lock this whole plate assembly together
now here in the top let’s skip a stud place down a 1 by 6 and 1 by 1 flat
tiles next a pair of 1 by 4 flat tiles set down a 1 by 6 flat tile for the
third row for the 4th place down a 1 by 6 and 1 by 4 flat tiles for the next row
a 1 by 6 flat tile place a 1 by 1 flat tile right here followed by a 1 by 4
flat tile and for the last row a 1 by 4 flat tile this is gonna be the hardwood
floor for the main living area note the orientation of our floor assembly this 1
by 6 has to be on the right hand side so let’s flip this over on the right hand
side let’s skip three studs and place a 1 by 6 plate we’re gonna be putting a
lot of plates upside down on the bottom place a 1 by 6 plate perpendicular to
the previous 1 by 6 plate up here place a 1 by 2 plate skip 4 studs and place
another on by 2 plate where it lines up with this 1 by 6 plate now let’s place a
pair of 2 by 3 plates right here secure this portion of the floor and a 2 by 6
plate to lock in this intersection this will strengthen up the floor nice take
four 2 by 2 by two-thirds plate with bearing we’re gonna place 2 right next
to the 2 by 3 plates skip a set of studs and place two more bearing plates
a 2 by 6 plate right here in between the bearing plates and a pair of 2 by 3
plates on the left hand side of the bearing plates now let’s take our
bathroom floor assembly note the orientation of the tiles we’re gonna
flip this over we’re gonna slide it right underneath the 2 by 3 s and 2 by 6
plate and press down firm and in this area drop down tear of 1 by 2 plates let’s start with a 4 by 6 plate for our
slide-out step place to 1 by 6 flat tiles on the top portion let’s skip a
stud and place a 1 by 4 flat tile and in the remaining areas 4 1 by 2 radiator
grilles this will give us some added grip to the
step let’s build our leveling jacks starting with a 1 by 2 rocker bearing
take a 2 by 2 rocker plate set it in like so now on the bottom of the rocker
bearing place a set of studs being a bit stubborn there we go let’s make four of
these in total let’s take you 2 by 2 plate with a Technic pin connector let’s
place a short Technic pin right inside and we’re gonna place a stud on top of
the Technic pin this is gonna be a great clean-out let’s take a wide tire and a
wide rim place the rim inside the tire let’s make four of these in total let’s
take our step we’re gonna place it in where the 1 by 6 flat tiles are inside
this area now I want to take four 1 by 2 plate the slide we’re gonna place two
left hand side and two on the right hand side these are going to lock in the step
so now we have any sliding step let’s lock our axles together with the pair of
2 pi 4 plates let’s place our clean-out right here next to the 2 by 3 plate
let’s take two of our leveling jacks we’re going to place them on the left
hand side one right next to the 1 by 2 plates and one right next to the
clean-out place 2 more on the right hand side right next to the 1 by 6 plate
these are a bit of a challenge we have to reach in there and press that down
now make sure that your studs are facing outward now let’s set our tires on the
axles there let’s bring up our leveling jacks
secure everything up eco level there’s our base of our chassis now let’s
construct the base of the wall starting with a 1 by 1 plate right here next to
the tire let’s crown off that plate with a 1 by 1 flat tile
that’s gonna be used for a stop let’s take two 1 by 3 plates place them on top
of one another place them right there be sure to hold underneath this chassis
still a bit fragile the end I’m gonna crown off the top with a 1 by 1 and 1 by
2 flat tiles finish off the top of the step take a 2 by 6 plate let’s place a 1
by 3 flat tile bottom right and on the top portion a 2 by 3 brick let’s place
it right in this area be sure to hold underneath and press down firm set down
a 1 by 6 plate on the left hand side now on the left hand side let’s place two 1
by 1 bricks let’s build a side reflector starting with a 1 by 1 plate take a
transparent orange 1 by 1 plate place it on the regular 1 by 1 plate and place
another regular 1 by 1 plate on top of the transparent orange make sure these
are all lined up we’re gonna place this one right here let’s make another one
and place it on the top portion in this area set down a 1 by 2 brick now on this
side of the 2 by 3 brick place 2 1 by 1 angular bricks or headlight bricks
cover those up with a 1 by 2 radiator grille
let’s city 1 by 1 brick right here a 1 by 4 plate right above the step let’s
place a 1 by 1 brick with one knob on the left hand side let’s stack two 1 by
2 plates on top of one another then we’re gonna place a 1 by 1 plate on the
right hand side we’re gonna set this down right here on this side we’re gonna
take two more 1 by 2 plates place them on top of one another but this time
we’re gonna place a 1 by 1 plate on the bottom right we’re gonna set this right
in this area toward this 1 by 1 plate is right here to fill in this area I want
to lock all this together with a 1 by 10 plate right above the wheels let’s sit
down a 1 by 3 brick right here let’s rotate this round we’re gonna focus in
the bathroom area let’s place a 1 by 1 plate right here and I want to stack two
studs on top of that plate this is gonna be used to anchor the door down to the
floor this place a 1 by 2 plate with one knob or jumper plate right in that area
let’s take a 1 by 1 plate and a 1 by 2 by 2 corner plate place the 1 by 1 plate
on the bottom as shown and right above the 1 by 1 plate he went by 1 flat tile
on this side we’re gonna stack 3 1 by 2 plates so this assembly down right in this area
to where the one by one plate is fill in that area let’s take a 1 by 1 brick with
one knob and a stud place a stub on the knob place it right here next to the
assembly and let’s put a 1 by 1 brick right there take another 1 by 1 brick
with one knob place a stud on top of the knob these are gonna be our electrical
and water hookups we’ll just place that right there start with a 2 by 4 plate
for the shower pan let’s place 2 1 by 2 4 elements on both top and bottom and
take two 1 by 2 double wall elements and place them on both left and right hand
sides let’s take a 2 by 4 plate place a 1 by 2 brick on the right hand
side underneath the 2 by 4 plate this is going to be the base for the
refrigerator on the back place a 1 by 4 brick on this side
set down 2 1 by 2 bricks let’s flip the assembly over and place a 1 by 2 plate
on the left hand side let’s place the refrigerator base right here to where it
lines up with this wall and underneath and press that down fern and the shower
pan or small bathtub goes right here let’s begin the rear of the fifth-wheel
place 3 1 by 2 by 1 by 2 angular plates down on the back we’re gonna use these
to attach the rear bumper let’s fill in these areas with payer of
1 by 2 plates let’s set down to 1 by 1 transparent orange plates right next to
the bricks let’s lock all this together with 2 1 by 4 plates and set another 1
by 4 plate on the previous and let’s lock our reflectors in with 2 1 by 2 by
2 corner plates nor for the bumper let’s take a 1 by 8 plate any 1 by 8 flat tile
the flat tile on top of the plate and set it on top of the angular plates like
so now let’s add a layer of plates right here we’re going to start with a 1 by 2
plate and we’re going to place a 1 by 3 plate for the rear a 1 by 6 plate on the
right hand side set them to 1 by 6 plates be sure to hold underneath it’s
pretty flimsy so like right here I have to really work that in there we go let’s
drop 8 1 by 2 1 by 3 plates right by the door and above the wheels and the top
left place a 1 by 3 and 1 by 2 plates on top of the 2 by 3 brick place a 1 by 2
and 1 by 1 flat tiles this will create the second step and we’re going to lock
this area in with a 1 by 4 plate let’s add a layer of wall starting on
the right-hand side with a 1 by 1 plate I’m sure to press on the bottom to
secure everything together set down a 1 by 1 brick with one knob and on top of
the 1 by 1 plate and let’s Lock those together with a telephone receiver this
is gonna be a handle bar to get inside the fifth wheel now let’s place a 1 by 3
and 1 by 4 bricks in this area followed by a 1 by 2 brick right by the
refrigerator now in this area set down to 1 by 1 angular bricks and let’s face
those with a 1 by 2 radiator grille place a 1 by 1 brick right next to the
radiator grille and in this area a 1 by 2 brick in this area place a 1 by 2
brick with a built-in Technic pin that’s going to be used to attach the awning
here they say 1 by 2 and a 1 by 2 by 2 corner brick now let’s finish up the
remainder of the area with a 1 by 4 a 1 by 2 by 2 a 1 by 2 and a 1 by 2 by 2
corner bricks to finish up this level place a 2 by 2 inverted dome that looks
like a bowl right on top of the jumper plate now let’s place a 2 by 2 round
flat tile right on top of the bowl like to get the slot on the front this makes
a nice RV style toilet let’s begin the kitchen with a kitchen sink start with a
1 by 3 brick place a 2 by 2 plate on the right
hand side then let’s slide in a 1 by 2 brick on the other portion of the 2 by 2
plate on the top portion of the 2 by 2 plate set down to 1 by 2 plates right on
top of one another on the left hand side a 1 by 1 brick with one knob now on the
left hand side I want to add a small cupboard let’s place two 1 by 2 plates
on top of one another in place and 1 by 2 flat tile on top of the assembly set
this on the brick with knob for the sink basin take a 1 by 2 double wall element
place it right in that area for the countertop place a 1 by 2 jumper plate
right behind the sink basin and a 1 by 2 flat tile on the left hand side and a
tap for a faucet take a 1 by 4 brick let’s place a 1 by 2 plate on the left
hand side followed by another 1 by 2 plate and a 1 by 2 brick on the right
hand side this is going to be the foundation for our oven stove and
countertop take it 1 by 2 by 2 by 2 angular plate place a set of 1 by 2
plates on the front and 2 on my 2 flat tiles where they’re facing up and down
these are going to be little kitchen cupboards set that down on the left hand
side and place a 2 by 2 flat tile on the top for the countertop now for the oven
take a 1 by 2 brick let’s place a 1 by 2 plate right on top
followed by a transparent clear on by to plate and on top of that a 1 by 2 plate
the slide now we’re going to slide this inside this opening and I want to lock
this together with a pair of 1 by 2 jumper plates for the bathroom vanity
place 2 1 by 2 bricks on top of a 1 by 4 plate sit down a 1 by 2 plate on the
left-hand side and a 1 by 2 brick on the right-hand side for a sink basin take a
1 by 1 corner wall element place it right there and a 1 by 1 brick on the
left hand side this area set down a 1 by 2 flat tile we’re gonna attach a tap on
D 1 by 1 brick for a faucet let’s place the vanity right in this area let’s press underneath so we don’t have
to worry about that crumpling in now let’s put the oven and range right here
should sit right on top of that tile press that down firm and the kitchen
sink looks really good now let’s place two 1 by 1 plates right on top of one
another on top of the 1 by 1 brick with one knob right above the telephone
receiver sometimes these don’t like to line up
we’re just gonna try our best skip 2 studs place a 1 by 3 brick and here
let’s place a 1 by 6 brick locked in those angular bricks place a 1 by 2
brick right here next to the stove take a 1 by 1 brick with
not place a transparent light blue stud on the front I’m gonna place this right
here for a cold water knob take another 1 by 1 brick with one knob and a
transparent red stud for the hot-water knob place it right in there I want to
skip 5 studs in this area place a 1 by 6 brick right on the rear skip a stud
place a 1 by 4 brick in this area and a 1 by 2 brick to finish up this level
let’s place a 1 by 2 by 2 corner brick right on top of this area and a 1 by 3
brick let’s lock in these knobs with a 1 by 3 brick and secure this area with a 1
by 8 brick or window place a 1 by 2 by 2 transparent black wall element and a 1
by 1 brick on the left hand side this is a good opportunity now to start
straightening up these 1 by 1 bricks and plates these are gonna start looking
pretty bad if we don’t line them up and finish up this area with a 1 by 2 brick
let’s set down a 1 by 3 by 3 door for the refrigerator door let’s take a 1 by
1 angular brick any transparent yellow slow place it on the angler brick is
shown place it right here for a little porch light set a 1 by 4 brick with four
knobs right above the window to lock the window in place right here
to one by one angular bricks let’s finish those off with a 1 by 2
slope for the exhaust or the range hood right here place a 1 by 1 and 1 by 2
bricks 2 more 1 by 1 angular bricks right here followed by a 1 by 2 radiator
grille the low flows in place let’s lock the refrigerator door in with a 2 by 4
plate along the left-hand side of the 2 by 4 plate
place a 1 by 2 plate followed by a 1 by 1 plate let’s fill in that hole with a 1
by 2 brick in this area I want to set down a 1 by 4 by 3 wall element this is
gonna give the shower stall a little bit more space now for the rear I want to
set down 3 1 by 2 by 2 column bricks now one of my column bricks has a reflective
sticker for a mirror let’s set that right in the middle right above the
faucet now if you do not have that you don’t need it it’s not necessary and
we’re gonna place another 1 by 2 by 2 column break that likes to fall down on
the left-hand side now I want to add some rear lights to my 5th wheel let’s
take a 1 by 1 brick with one knob and a transparent round red flat tile place it
on the front I want to stack three of these on top of
one another I’m gonna place this assembly on the right hand side in this
area to fill all that in let’s make another one and set it on the left-hand
side now let’s fill in this area here with a 1 by 4 brick with four knobs
make sure that the knobs are facing inward and let’s fill in that area with
two 1 by 2 plates stacked on top of one another let’s install our bathroom door
let’s take a 1 by 3 by 4 door set it right on top of the two studs and let’s
lock that in place with a 1 by 6 plate let’s add ourselves a freezer door right
above the refrigerator door take you 2 by 4 plate place or 1 by 2 flat tiles on
top of the 2 by 4 plate these are going to be the upper cabinets for the
bathroom take a 2 by 3 plate let’s place a 2 by 4 plate right on top press that
down firm I want to slide in a 2 by 4 plate right underneath the previous 2 by
4 plate and fill in this area with a 2 by 3 plates now on the bottom right set
down a 1 by 2 plate and a 1 by 2 flat tile on the top right finish up the
remainder of the area with 5 1 by 2 flat tiles these are going to be the upper
cabinets for the kitchen and on top of the 1 by 2 plate set down a 1 by 2 slope
for a range hood for a shower curtain let’s take a small portion of paper
towel that is one in 7/8 inches by 4 inches or 4 point 7 centimeters by 10
centimeters now I have several holes punch at the top and then what I did is
I folded this an accordion-style like so then I’m
gonna take a stick with flange we’re gonna slowly work that in holes on
the top now I’m gonna take a brick with one knob just slide this in like so
we’re gonna stick the other end on the flange I’ll spread that out it’s just
like a shower curtain now you can use any color paper towel you wish and this
whole assembly right here is six studs long let’s install the shower curtain
I’m just gonna set it right inside I want to line it up with this door so
we’re gonna press that down see everything works pretty well it fits
nice on the Left let’s skip two studs and place a 1 by 1 brick followed by a 1
by 8 brick take it 1 by 2 by 2 corner plate place a 1 by 1 plate on this
portion I set it in like so the 1 by 1 plate is right next to the shower
curtain they have to wiggle this in a bit gotta line all that back up take a 2
by 4 plate let’s place a 1 by 2 plate on the bottom left like so now on the top
I’m gonna set down a 1 by 3 plate and two 1 by 2 plates on the front in this
area let’s set down a 1 by 2 modified plate with stick and I want to smooth
tile this off with two 1 by 4 flat tiles let’s construct the showerhead take a
stick with holder place the holder onto the modified plate and I’m gonna use a
pro goed 1×1 nosecone slip it on the stick tip it down I’m gonna set this
whole assembly right above the refrigerator like so right here let’s
place our upper cabinets right above the kitchen galley like so right here
take a 1 by 2 brick with Technic pin in this area set down a 1 by 2 brick and a
1 by 2 by 2 corner brick to lock in the rear light assembly take a pair of 1 by
1 bricks with one knob we’re gonna place a transparent clear 1 by 2 plate on the
front of those bricks this is gonna be our bathroom light I’m gonna set that in
right here next to the shower curtain right above the sink followed by a 1 by
1 and 1 by 2 by 2 corner bricks let’s fill in this area with a 1 by 4 brick
and a 1 by 2 brick right here finally in this corner
let’s place 2 1 by 2 plates on top of one another and set this right here now
I want to place my upper cabinets in my bathroom so let’s take our cabinet
assembly slide that right down in there I have to wiggle some stuff out of the
way to get that to fit in there it’s a nice snug fit and set that on the bottom
portion of the 2 by 4 plate assembly where we just have a little bit of
exposure right here now let’s add some plates to the top of the wall assembling
let’s start right here with a 1 by 1 plate and a 1 by 4 plate
let’s place a 1 by 4 plate on the left followed by a 1 by 6 plate to lock in
all that together and let’s set in another 1 by 4 plate on the top now
we’re going to add some smooth tiles to finish securing everything so we’re
going to place a 1 by 6 flat tile right here a 1 by 8 flat tile on the left and
a 1 by tile right here on the bottom this concludes the kitchen bathroom
assembly grab a pair of 1 by 3 plates place one
plate on top of another plate next set down a 1 by 2 flat tile on the left and
a 1 by 1 brick on the right this is going to be the top step for the bedroom let’s start the base of our
entertainment cabinet with a 1 by 3 plate place a 1 by 1 plate on the left
hand side and on the right hand side take a 1 by 2 by 2 by 2 anger plate now
on the back side set down a 1 by 3 plate and a 1 by 3 brick back on the front
let’s install a 2 by 3 plate on the front knobs of the angular plate and set
down 2 1 by 2 flat tiles on the right hand side now for the top place a 2 by 2
flat tile to finish everything off let’s install the little entertainment cabinet
on the left hand side writing this 1 by 3 opening should just snap right in
place be sure to hold on to the bottom of the chassis on this side let’s place
our step assembly right here or the 1 by 1 brick at the top take a 1 by 2 brick
with Technic pin that’s built in place it right in this area right by the door
and next to the steps followed by a 1 by 3 brick here at the bottom set any 1 by
4 brick let’s add some doors to our front compartment take a 1 by 3 by 2
left handed door place it on the left hand side and a 1 by 3 by 2 right handed
or or the right hand side let’s lock all this together with a 2 by 8 plate
let’s finish up these two areas on the right hand side sit down a 1 by 2 by 2
corner plate and a 1 by 3 plate on the left hand side let’s build a bedroom
section of the fifth-wheel starting with a 4 by 8 plate place a 1 by 8 plate on
the left hand side now I want to slide in a 4 by 10 plate on the bottom portion next set down a pair of 1 by 4 plates on
the top place a 1 by 2 by 2 corner plate right underneath the 1 by 4 plate take a
1 by 3 plate set it on top of a 1 by 2 plate and set it on top of this one by
one area in this area place a 1 by 8 flat tile take a 1 by 2 by 2 corner
plate let’s set down a 1 by 1 plate on this portion of the corner and set it on
the bottom right and right here a 1 by 2 plate let’s add some hardwood floor to
our bedroom so let’s place 2 1 by 4 flat tiles next row a 1 by 2 and 1 by 6 flat
tiles for the third row a 1 by 6 and 1 by 2 flat tiles now let’s set a pair of
1 by 4 flat tiles for the fourth row for the fifth row place a 1 by 2 flat tile
on the left and a 1 by 2 flat tile on the right this area we’re going to fill
in with a set of 1 by 2 plates and for the last row 2 1 by 4 flat tiles let’s
place a 1 by 4 flat tile on top of the 1 by 2 plates this is going to be a stop
for the bedroom slide out in this area let’s
slip in a 1 by 2 plate right in that opening for the bottom right place a 1
by 3 and 1 by 2 bricks the left hand side set down to 1 by 4 bricks with four
knobs a 1 by 3 brick the top left and finally a 1 by 8 brick starting back in
the bottom right place a 1 by 2 and a 1 by 2 by 2 corner bricks the left hand
side set down a 1 by 6 gate 1 by 2 by 2 and a 1 by 1 corner bricks now let’s
skip 4 studs place a 1 by 2 and 1 by 3 bricks now
let’s build the upper portion of our entertainment cabinet so I’m gonna set a
1 by 2 by 2 corner plate right here take a 1 by 2 by 2 by 2 angular plate place a
1 by 3 plate right on the front let’s take a 2 by 2 flat tile with a computer
monitor print place it on the bottom portion and I’m gonna place a 1 by 2
flat tile in this area let’s set that right down that 1 by 2 opening now back
on the left hand side sit down 1 by 4 and a set of 1 by 3
bricks now for this opening place 2 1 by 2 by 2 transparent black wall elements
for a window and a 1 by 3 brick right next to the window let’s set down a 2 by
4 plate right above the entertainment cabinet and a 2 by 3 brick
let’s flat tile off this portion with a 1 by 3 flat tile
back on the front place a pair of 1 by 4 plates on the right hand side place 2 1
by 2 plates on top of one another and a 1 by 1 plate on the left hand side of
the 1 by 2 plates in this area set down a 1 by 1 brick with one knob a 1 by 4
brick with four knobs any 1 by 1 brick with one knob on the left hand side on
the left hand side place hate transparent orange 1 by 1 slope followed
by a 1 by 1 slope to 1 by 2 slopes and a 1 by 1 slope back on the inside let’s
strengthen up this portion of the wall starting with a 1 by 3 plate and a 1 by
6 plate secure those windows in now set down a 1 by 2 brick a 1 by 4 brick with
four knobs and a 1 by 2 brick now let’s fill in this area here with a 1 by 3
flat tile let’s attach a little TV cabinet right above the window with a 2
by 4 plate place it on the top portion of the plate let’s take a 2 by 2 flat
tile with a computer monitor print places right the center followed by two
1 by 2 flat tiles for both left and right hand sides these are gonna look
like cupboard doors let’s build the front of the fifth-wheel starting with a
4 by 8 plate place a 2 by 4 plate right in the center set down firm 2 1 by 2 by
2 corner plates on both sides and 2 transparent orange 1 by 1 plates in the
remaining areas place a 1 by 4 flat tile on the bottom
portion of the 2 by 4 plate followed by a set of 1 by 1 flat tiles another set
of 1 by 1 flat tiles to cover up the transparent orange 1 by 1 plates in the
bottom let’s place some slopes starting in the middle with two 1 by 2 slopes now
let’s place a pair of 1 by 1 slopes on both sides followed by another pair of 1
by 1 slopes the top portion set down 8 1 by 4 bricks with bow adding a bit of a
design to the front of my 5th wheel you can change this to any color or design
you wish fully customizable the last 2 in there let’s set the front assembly on the
bricks with knobs just snap right in place just warp that in now we have a
nice contour for the front let’s build the hitch for the fifth wheel starting
with a 2 by 3 plate let’s place the 2 by 3 plate on top of the 2 by 2 plate with
a hole on the side place it as shown now let’s flip the assembly over we’re gonna
take two 1 by 2 inverted dowel plates place them on the bottom for the hitch
let’s take a Technic pin go through a plate stick the short in inside like so
there’s the hitch assembly for the fifth wheel let’s place the hitch assembly
right on the front like so or these studs go in the front portion of the
plates put that right in the center be sure to hold underneath just push
that down firm let’s attach the bedroom assembly in this area set it on like so
be sure to press underneath we’re just gonna push that down I’m gonna do this
very slow I don’t want to break anything I’m just gonna slowly press this in on
the floor slow and steady wins the race work right in there let’s take a 1 by 6 flat tile and a 1 by
3 plate let’s skip one stud from the top and set down the 1 by 3 plate I want to
place this right in this area this is gonna fill in the remainder of the
cabinet for the entertainment center Plus this will also lock in this portion
of the wall as well let’s install the door for the Twitter take a 1 by 4 by 5
right-handed train door let’s stick a glass insert inside that the door set
this down like so right on top of this stud let’s place a 1 by 8 plate right
above the door to lock the door in place and the porch light take two 1 by 6
plates place them on top of one another and set them down on the left-hand side
let’s place a 1 by 2 brick with Technic connector on the right hand side let’s
level out this portion with a 1 by 4 and 1 by 6 plates and I have to wiggle this
one in a bit these walls are starting to straight now on the right hand side
let’s lock in this area with a 1 by 3 plate let’s skip a stud and place a 1 by
2 flat tile finally let’s smooth tile this area off
with a 1 by 8 and 1 by 4 flat tiles let’s construct the main slide out
starting with a set of 2 by 3 plates place them perpendicular to one another
slide in a 1 by 2 plate on the right hand side and let’s fill in this area
with a 1 by 1 plate now let’s place another 2 by 3 plate right next to the
previous 2 by 3 plate and slide in a 2 by 4 plate finally set a 2 by 3 plate
right here let’s slide in a 2 by 6 plate in this area now I want to fill in this
area with 3 1 by 2 plates this is going to give us the appearance for the front
of these sofa take a 2 by 10 plate set down a 1 by 3 plate and a 1 by 6 plate
on the back on the left hand side set down a 1 by 4 plate let’s lift the
assembly up and slide in a 1 by 10 plate followed by a 2 by 3 plate let’s place
this assembly in this 1 by 3 opening things are a bit on level so we’re gonna
fix that right away on the left hand side let’s place a 1 by 6 plate right
underneath the 2 by 3 plate in that area a 2 by 6 plate let’s fill in that little
spot with a 1 by 3 plate now this is a bit unstable we’re gonna
strengthen this up in a little bit for the back place a 1 by 6 and the 1 by 4
plates for the base of the slide-out on the left hand side we’re gonna skip a
set of studs and place a 2 by 4 flat tile now be sure to press down the tile
in such a way that we’re holding on to the bottom skip a set of studs and place
another 2 by 4 flat tile these are going to be the cushions for
the seats of the booth now for the sofa I want to skip a set of studs on the
right hand side and place a pair of 2 by 2 flat tiles for the cushions for the
sofa let’s place 5 1 by 2 plates around the 2 by 2 flat tiles we’re gonna need
to raise up the bricks for the arms and the back of the sofa now place a few 1
by 1 plates on the front with the sides set down 2 1 by 2 plate the fal these
are gonna be the arms of the sofa for the back let’s place three 1 by 2 palace
on bricks now on the top of the palisade bricks I want to sit down 2 1 by 2
plates so lock everything together and a 1 by 2 flat tile and let’s finish off
the remaining areas with a set of 1 by 2 plates with bow there’s our little sofa
let’s build the back of the seats for the booth starting with a 1 by 4 plate
a 1×4 palace odd brick right on top and a 1 by 2 plate in the center of the
palace odd brick and fill in these two areas with two and by 2 plates with bow
we’re gonna need to make two of these in total now let’s place the right hand
back of the booth right here and the left one we’re gonna set this down but
remember to hold on to the bottom starting on the left hand side let’s
place a 1 by 2 45 degree slope right next to the booth and a 1 by 3 brick
right here in this area let’s sit down another 1 by 3 brick for the table I
want to use a 2 by 3 30 degree inverted slope and a 2 by 4 flat tile place the
flat tile on the an is shown and set it right in this area sure to hold on to
the bottom let’s continue on with the back with a 1 by 6 Rick that wants to
slide array and a 1 by 4 brick and a 1 by 3 brick on the right hand side
continue on with the next layer with a 1 by 2 brick let’s Lock this backside
together with a 1 by 2 by 2 corner brick let’s skip six studs place a 1 by 3
brick right next to the back of the dining booth seat and a set of 1 by 4
bricks let’s start preparing our windows we’re gonna place a set of 1 by 1 bricks
on both sides and in the back let’s place a 1 by 2 brick in the top
left and 1 by 2 brick in the middle and a 1 by 2 brick on the right-hand side
let’s place another set of 1 by 1 bricks right on top of the previous 1 by 1
bricks now the back is gonna get a bit busy so I want to place a 1 by 1 brick
right here and a 1 by 1 brick with one knob let’s place another 1 by 1 brick
with one knob on the other side now I want to add some lights around my sofa
so I’m gonna take a little small tap I’m gonna place a transparent yellow 1 by 1
round plate or stud in that area we’re gonna slide in the nozzle portion into
the 1 by 1 brick with one knob and we’re gonna set that on this side our nice
little light we’re gonna make two of those in total let’s place this assembly
on the right hand side followed by a 1 by 1 brick finish up this corner for the
back window let’s place 3 1 by 2 by 3 transparent
black wall elements this will make a nice large window let natural light in
by the booth in this area let’s place down a 1 by 2 by 2 transparent black
wall element for a side window in this area set down a pair of 1 by 2 by 2
transparent black wall elements and another 1 by 2 by 2 transparent black
wall right there now for these two remaining knobs I’m gonna take a set of two by three angular plates place them
on as shown so you’re going to eat a left and right angular plate for
curtains let’s begin the top of the slide off starting with a 1 by 3 plate
let’s place a 1 by 1 slope on the top of the 1 by 3 plate let’s place this
assembling on the left-hand side let’s make another one in place this one on
the right-hand side now on the back let’s Lock this area in with a pair of 1
by 2 plates sure to hold on that bottom corner that’s why this is a very tough
build to do for the back we’re gonna place a 1 by 6 plate on the left hand
side this is a bit of a chore I’m gonna have to line up all these window
elements together and we’re gonna place another 1 by 6 plate on the right hand
side now in this area I’m gonna set in a 2 by 4 plate let’s finish off the top
with 8 1 by 8 flat tiles I’m gonna place 4 on the left hand side I’ll be sure to
hold right underneath the 2 by 4 plate make sure everything is secured you may
have to wiggle these in a bit now we can start on the right hand side of this or
more one bite this will keep the rain out of the living area the fifth wheel put that last one in there I want to add
a light right above the dining booth let’s take a 2 by 2 inverted glider
plate we’re gonna place a 1 by 1 round brick right the center this is pearl
gold now I want to set this right on that tube right there where it’s ciner
right above the table sure to hold on the top of the tile there we have our
nice living area slide out let’s take a 1 by 10 plate place a 1 by 6 plate on
the left hand side of the 1 by 10 plate followed by another 1 by 6 plate let’s
slip in another 1 by 10 plate underneath the 1 by 6 plate and finish it off with
pair of 1 by 4 plates back on the left hand side set down hey 1 by 3 plate
followed by 8 1 by 8 1 by 4 and 1 by 8 flat tiles now back on the left let’s
skip a stud set down a 1 by 2 flat tile let’s set the slide out and this area
like so where it’s all the way in and let’s take our beam assembly place it
right on top above the slide out let’s make sure it works perfect let’s place a 1 by 3 by 4 right-handed
door right on top of the 1 by 1 brick I want to lock all that together with a 1
by 8 plate left hand side place a 1 by 1 plate and a 1 by 6 flat tile right in
the middle of the 1 by 8 plate let’s finish off the left hand side with a 1
by 6 flat tile let’s construct the bedroom slide out starting with a 2 by 4
plate let’s place the 1 by 4 plate on the bottom portion of the 2 by 4 plate
and a 1 by 8 plate right next to the 1 by 4 plate now let’s tuck in a pair of 2
by 3 plates right underneath the 1 by 8 plate and that’s filling the sides with
a set of 1 by 2 plates let’s lock in these corners with a set of 1 by 2 by 2
corner plates followed by two 1 by 1 plates to fill in these areas let’s
slide this off to the side let’s take a 4 by 6 plate for the base of the bed
place a pair of 1 by 6 plates in the center where they’re hanging over on the
bottom portion of the 4 by 6 plate now let’s slip in 2 1 by 2 plates right
underneath the 1 by 6 plates let’s just wiggle those in there let’s flip the
assembly over and that’s place a 2 by 4 plate to lock that in together and I
want to add two 1 by 2 plates on the top portion of the inverted 2 by 4 plate
this is going to be our stop and also to support at the bottom of the bed
we’re gonna place this assembly like so I want to give my comforter a nice soft
look so I’m gonna start filling in the sides we have 12 1 by 1 bricks with bow
I’m going to place 6 on the left and 6 on the right you can use any color you
wish and given the top of the comforter a bit more of a camper feel let’s place
another 5 on the right-hand side for the top let’s place a pair of 1 by 2 jumper
plates these are going to be used to attach slopes for pillows that we’ll be
adding in a moment or two I want to put a quilt pattern on the top of my
comforter so I’m going to start placing different colored 1 by 1 flat tiles you
can use any design you wish for this as well anyone’s ever seen a bedroom in a
travel trailer or 5th wheel they don’t really use the most pleasant decor so I
wanted to kind of match the theme with this build as well we’re gonna have to
place a total of 16 flat tiles now these are a bit of a challenge to line up so
we’ll just try our best show things press down firm oh yeah you want to make
sure you check your work because once these are pressed down these are a bit
of a challenge to remove so I’m just gonna take our time no rush to get this
done let’s get the last two and stalled and on the bottom portion
let’s slip down to more 1 by 2 jumper plates now these are gonna be used to
anchor minifigures to the bottom portion of the bed next place a 1 by 6 brick
right above the bed him a set of 1 by 3 bricks on both left and right hand sides
now we can place our pillows let’s use two 1 by 2 slopes we’ll set those on
like so to where the tube is inside that spot there we go on the top corners
place two 1 by 2 by 2 corner bricks and a set of 1 by 1 bricks to fill in these
areas back here I want to add a window so we’re gonna place 2 1 by 2 by 1
transparent black wall elements now start building up the top portion with a
pair of 1 by 4 plates and two 1 by 2 plates let’s add another layer of plates
starting with a 1 by 6 plate and 2 1 by 4 plates now I want to fill on the top
of this as well to keep the rain from falling in so let’s place 3 1 by 8 flat
tiles this will finish it up nice especially when the slide-out is
extended and to keep the slide out from falling out of the side of the wall 2 1
by 1 slopes in these areas let’s take a 1 by 10 plate place a 1 by 1 transparent
orange slope on the left hand side followed by a 1 by 3
and one by six flat tiles let’s place the bed slide out inside the bedroom let
me have to wiggle that in a bit now let’s take our beam assembly and set it
right above the slide-out let’s give this a test works really good let’s
construct the fake awning starting with a cross axle connector that will accept
a Technic pin let’s place a four stud long stick into the cross axle opening
let’s take a 90 degree cross axle connector place it on the other side of
the stick in this area we’re gonna take a cross axle connector with a friction
pin set it in like so now we’re gonna need to make two of these in total let’s
take a Technic pin connector and a friction pin we’re gonna slip the pin in
one end as shown now we’re going to make six of these in total after you have
made six slip them in to end now you see these little slots in the back we’re
gonna try our best to keep those lined up we don’t want to see those so we’re
going to have those facing the side of the fifth wheel let’s grab another one these things like to roll around so I’m
chasing them down now on this end I’m going to stick a Technic pin connector
now let’s take our two side assemblies we’re gonna stick these on like so place
one on the left and right hand sides now we have a nice
owning assembly let’s install the awning note that these slots are going to be in
the back face in the wall I’m gonna slowly work this in on the Technic pins
little adjustment is needed this one’s gonna have to be persuaded a bit now for
the bottom you may have to adjust these to reach the bottom Technic pins really
gonna have to wiggle this in a bit stubborn there we go
it’s nice finally let’s construct the top of the
fifth wheel starting with a 6 by 10 plate let’s place 4 2 by 4 plates on the
top portion these are going to be used to attach the other half of the roof in
a moment or two now let’s place 4 2 by 4 flat tiles right next to the divided 4
plates this is going to smooth off the top really nice place two 1 by 2 jumper
plates right next to these 2 my fourth now I’m gonna hang over 2 1 by 2 flat
tiles right next to the jumper plates and I’m going to hang over 2 2 by 4 flat
tiles on the bottom portion let’s slide in a 6 by 10 plate and then a flat files
and press down firm fill in this area with 2 1 by 2 jumper plates here let’s
place for 2 by 4 flat tiles times these are a bit of a challenge we’ve got
really pressed us down and right here a 1 by 8 flat tile in this area place a
pair of 1 by 2 plates and two 1 by 2 flat tiles right next to the plates on
this in set down a 2 by 4 flat tile followed by a pair of 2 by 4 flat tiles
on the ends way this roofs constructed I couldn’t put an actual skylight so I
have to make a fake one so we’re gonna sit down to transparent clear on by 2
plates let’s flip the assembly over now we want to note where this one by flat
tile at because this is very critical I’m
going to grab underneath and I’m gonna place a 2 by 4 plate and on the bottom
now here in the scene we’re going to place another 2 by 4 plate and another 2
by 4 plate on this end let’s begin the second portion of the roof with a 6 by
12 plate let’s place a 1 by 8 flat tile on the right hand side set down to 2 by
4 flat tiles right next to the 1 by 8 flat tile in this area set down a pair
of 1 by 2 jumper plates let’s fill in this area with two 1 by 2 flat tiles and
2 more 1 by 2 jumper plates right here let’s surround this with a pair of 2 by
4 flat tiles this is going to be used for the air conditioner on this end
let’s place two 2 by 4 flat tiles set down 8 1 by 2 flat tile right next to
the jumper plate place a 1 by 2 modified plate with a holder place it to where
the holder is on the left hand side and let’s surround that holder with the pair
of 1 by 2 flat tiles and finish this off with a 2 by 4 flat tile flip the
assembly over let’s place to 1 by 3 plates on the edge
underneath the 2 by 4 flat tiles now on the front let’s place a 2 by 4 plate another 2 by 4 plate on the top and a 2
by 4 plate on the bottom of where they hang over by one stud let’s flip this over let’s fill in this
area with 8 1 by 4 bricks with our this will give the top of the roof a nice
contour there we go now for the antenna let’s take this I don’t even know what
this is called looks like we have a stick on one end
and a hole for a stick on the other end let’s take a stick with holder let’s
place it inside the slot like so and we want to have this in such a way that it
is the same orientation as a stick then I’m going to take a four stud long rod
place it in like so this is going to be our little antenna and I want to place
it inside this holder that we have and tan that folds down during travel let’s
build a set of air conditioner starting with a 2 by 3 plate let’s place this 1
by 2 plate with bow on the right hand side followed by a 2 by 2 plate with bow
this area let’s hang over 3 1 by 2 flat tiles let’s smooth off the top and slide
in a 1 by 3 plate let’s place our air conditioners on top
of the jumper plates to where the round portion is off to the right hand side this one we’re gonna have to hold
underneath now let’s take this portion and we’re going to set it in this four
by eight area now we’re really gonna need to push down firm on this just
slowly wiggle that in sure it’s locked in secure let’s construct the receiver
hitch for the pickup truck starting with a 2 by 4 plate place a pair of 1 by 2
plates on both left and right hand sides now set down a 2 by 4 Technic plate on
the top followed by a 2 by 2 round flat tile with a sander hole to accept the
hitch let’s place our hitch assembly in the back of the red pickup truck on top
of these 2 jumper plates there is a tutorial for the pickup truck I’ll have
that provided in the description below placing the top on the 5th wheel is
pretty simple set that right in and just drop it down now we can keep that rain
from falling in so we got our antenna make sure the slide outs are in we’re
gonna hitch this thing up to the truck snap there right inside
the 2 by 2 round plate there we go let’s make sure our leveling jacks are up we
don’t want to be dragging on the pot up pull these up in the front as well now
let’s go on vacation

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8 thoughts on “How To Build A LEGO Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer 2019 DIY Tutorial

  1. I honestly don’t know why you don’t have at least 50k subs! I have been watching for a bit over a year now and all your MOCs never fail to impress me.👍

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