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We took the stock floor of our van since it used to be a plumbing truck (that floor = gross). Here's how to remove it:
You'll need to remove the seats in your sprinter to install swivel seats or acess the nice hidden 'storage' area for, perhaps, a heater install. Here's how to remove them:
There is a huge open space behind the sprinter headliner that needs to have sound deadening applied and insulation attached. Here's how to remove the headliner:
If you need to access the inner workings of your sprinter door for speaker installation or insulation, you'll have to remove the door panel. Here's how to do it:
Without soundproofing material, our van was like a tin can driving down the road. After... it was like a much quieter tin can. Here's how we installed it:
We have two Maxxair vent fans on our roof which can exchange all the air inside the van once every 20 seconds to keep us cool. Here's how we installed them:
We insulated our van for both hot and cold weather with rigid foam and expanding foam insulation. Here's how we did it and why we chose what we did:
The walls in our van is made from dry erase board so we ALWAYS have something to keep notes on. Here's how we installed it:
The Ceiling in our van is made from an old fence, sealed, and attached to furring strips. Here's how we made and installed it:
Building the cabinets & storage in our Camper Van was a huge challenge, especially since it was our first time. Although, not necessarily a in-depth tutorial, here is how we built them:
Plasti-dip is essentially a spray on vinyl wrap but is 10x cheaper. It's was a big job, but here's how we did it:
The Espar D2 heater is the diesel powered heater we use to heat our van in frigid winter conditions. Here's how to install one:
Learn EVERYTHING you need to know about designing and installing a solar setup on your camper van, RV, or truck camper.
Since we work from the road, having a strong cell signal is vital. Here's how we get faste enough 4g to upload videos, have skype calls, and all the other business logistics:
Our custom DIY camper van features 800+ watts of solar, a composting toilet, full size bed, custom cabinets, fully insulated and much more. Read more about the nitty gritty details here: