ujointclothing said:Sweet, can't wait to see the final product!!
Also, do you know what kind of material is being used on the walls?
cobblecrazy said:I'm not sure what they're using for the walls, but the cabinets were they typical hardboard you normally see and seemed to be very stout...
The van is supposed to go to the cabinet installation in the next few days, then off to the 4X4 conversion.
When we started looking at an RV setup several years ago, we wanted something that could travel off road to the places we like to go, but it also had to function as a 2nd vehicle (I usually ride my GS Adventure) when either the weather, or circumstances, warranted a change of vehicle. We found a nice pop-up style cabover and a Tundra (we started off with a Tacoma) which allowed us to tow the GS & have our mountain bikes available. This whole set-up was about $45K. As time went on I found the stock off-road capability was limited (as I knew from the beginning) due to a number of factors. Now, I'm not highly technical, but I know the people to go to, and I try to do research on what's out there, and the upgrades I needed to do would be costly. And don't even get me started on the gas mileage.ujointclothing said:Not really, I know they put allot of work into those vans, and I know how hard it is being in the aftermarket when everyone & their brother thinks they can do everything cheaper or better. I just want to know the material because I'd like something similar for my rig.
According to Sportsmobile the material is a medium density fiber board with a "Wilson art laminate" (which I believe is the countertop). Hope this helps...ujointclothing said:If you don't mind, see if you can find out the type of material used for the walls, I'm curious!!! Thanks--------Chris