Breadboards sometimes know as prototyping boards or proto boards are a quick way of working up and experimenting with electronic circuits. Originally breadboard circuits were circuits built on real wooden breadboards. Some commercial products like Atwater Kent radios were built this way. More recently the term refers to plastic boards loaded with connection points that accept wires and components and include some pre-wired connections. Many instructable articles have been written about breadboards and prototyping with them. This is a pretty comprehensive guide to them ( but not in the guide format, comment? )
Very nice. And some remarks i would say are correct in regard to experiencing that,With my 36 ft THOW. A 5th wheel. Although 4 axle and weight capacity of 7 slightly over width . IE hight wise in Canada is about the estimated $,but thats fully equipped . With all codes compliant. Only thing is see with this unit is a little front that is overcome by the vehicle towing it. plus a permit? Which is relatively cheap.
To put things into perspective ,a factory 5th wheel unit costs 15000,new. For a good one and lasts say 10-20 years. Were a well made THOW lasts 50 or more if well for chilly Canada usually costs little to heat in the winter, and the same for summer for cooling. I see a lot of comments regarding loft bedroom access, and a 5th wheel provide an extra 8ft of space, usually only3 ft up. Depending on Trailer fabrication to begin with! This unit is one of the best i have seen ,however i am bias, due to mine being a 5th wheel.