TravelingManVan: Need more videos man. Love ur build.
DigitalTraveler .: Very slick,... nice install!
Vincent Cummins: Like the floor. Good craftmanship.
FrontCortex: Loving this series, can't wait for more. Thank you!
rwcrone: I used a wood floor pad I had left over from a Chicos store i built, it is
a vapor barrier with a felt like product glued to it. I would think any
kind of wood floor pad would work just fine. Have fun vamping in your van
Patrick Murphy: Would love to see more of the Electrical requirements and setup for that.
Are you inverting some, or running as much as you can as DC?
BalGreene: This is great. thanks for posting these video's. I'm along for the ride.
Allison Mullin: Hi Bob We're using your video as a guide to install wood flooring in our
van. When you say composite flooring, is that the same as engineered wood?
We want to be able to hose it out after trips in the dirt so we're really
interested in how you tested the flooring in water before installation.
Just want to make sure we get the kind. Thanks!
rwcrone: Sportsmobile installed the top and upper bunk, Quad Van installed the 4
wheel drive, bumper & the 50 gallon gas tank, I did the rest. That is
around 25K and I have another 15K or so invested, not counting the Van.
which can range from 1,000 to 40,000 $ you can expect to spend 90,000 to
125,000 at SM
rwcrone: Thanks for your interest, I will try to do a small video on the bed that I
have it works very well,. it is 2/3 stock but we added a third section. the
original bench seat was made to use side to side around 6 feet will I am
6'6" so that did not work for me.
rwcrone: Yes the refer, sat TV, and TV run on 12 volt the toster, coffee pot, ect.
run on 120 volt.
Chip McCrary: great looking camper van. What options did it come with from Sportsmobile?
How much money do you think you saved by doing alot of the conversion
yourself. Looking forward to seeing more videos.
ManOfMany Thingz: YES SHOW MORE
john fries: Looks great! I'm currently looking to add the same to my van. I was
wondering what you put under the wood to make it flush and hold well. Any
info you can send my way would be greatly appreciated.
diversdownunder: This is great, I'm doing the same thing. I'm working on the bed/seat now.
My wife wants ability to carry a few people on trips to the mountains. Any
detail you can show would be greatly appreciated. We also went with a 1999
15 passanger van V10. We're looking into the 4x4 converison. Next we're
going to start the refrigerator and electrical. Any ideas would be great.
When I get the bed done I'll post a video on how we did ours. I still want
to be able to haul a 4x8 sheet of plywood.
wyattoneable: Loving the series. I'm thinking of converting my utility trailer to
accomodate camping as well an this will be a great motivator!
Harold Hart: THIS GUY IS IN LOVE WITH HIS HARD WOOD.......lol
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
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