Type: Posts; User: brettf
Yes! Very cool! Subscribed!!
Love those Nissans. The best kind of ugly!
I love this vehicle. Totally not in the market as currently building a van. But just so cool! GLWS!
Rad! Good stuff and thanks for sharing! Looks like you had a fun time exploring!
Agreed on some of the above. Van looks sick. But if I were spending money in this ballpark, I'd expect a ton of pictures of both the exterior and interior. Get a friend with a wide lens to get...
You don't waste any time, do you? I'll have to come by the shop and check it out.
You wouldn't put those tracks on the front if not 4x4. Might as well put big skis up there! :)
Snowy morning - van is down while interior is being worked on... so it sits.
I am really embarrassed to admit how long it took me to do what you've done in what looks like no-time-at-all.
Like months. But then again, I had no idea what I was doing and you look like you...
Stoked to hear this - I have been worried about size for some time now, but aside from some snagged downed trees here in Colorado and Utah, we haven't had too much trouble yet. And any trouble has...
^^WAY COOL! Those Nissans look pretty good! I didn't expect them to, but happily mistaken!
Good information. Seems like that is an excellent way to travel down where you are. Economical, somewhat nondescript, lightweight. Are there are lot of times during this trip you squeezed through...
And out of left field, some pictures I took in Alaska this July that somehow fell through the cracks...
This was all I could get before I got chased out of the shipping...
Following your blog often. What a great trip! What would you change about your setup so far?
^ Subtle ;)
Just curious to see how you wire in the panels, any controllers, etc. Really because I'm not yet to the wiring stage, so anything I can see when I get there helps :)
Yep - I'm working on mine...
Or it means the drivelines are not connected yet and one of the axles has yet to be regeared.
Or that it is driven exclusively on ice rinks ;)
Is this van part-way-through a conversion?
Yes! You're building fast! Keep the updates coming along! I'm interested in wiring details once you get to that.
Sounds like the red one was a home build 4x4 conversion. Using "Pathfinder springs"... no idea on other details...
Is this one for sale? I have a friend in the market.