OVRLND Camper - crolison’s build

crolison

Observer
So I initially reached out to Jay of Ovrlnd Campers in April of last year and put down a deposit for a camper for a 5’ bed Tacoma. I’ve started a build thread on Tacomaworld, but figured I’d start one hear to get more input / ideas on mods too.

Here are the initial construction.

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crolison

Observer
First mods were startling my electrical system initial wiring, arb awning mounted and ordered a mattress for it.

Most of the electrical features a blue sea main battery disconnect, negative power bus, 6 switch panel, USB ports, and a remove wanderer solar controller.
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crolison

Observer
Worked on the interior, covering the insulation with abs plastic sheets for protection/looks. On the upper portion of the camper I added adhesive velcro to the top of the lower portion of the camper to cover the insulation.

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crolison

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The side opening doors originally just folded flat, this was pretty high for me but doable. My wife though, she needed something lower so i took some inspiration from alu cab’s fold down side tables and made these out of 10 series extruded aluminum, and 1/4 hdpe sheets I had laying around. They work perfectly with my camp chef stove and I also added some attachments for he front runner cutlery set I got for Christmas.

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crolison

Observer
I feel like I have a million small projects going at once. So I’ve also started the interior build. This will be out of 80/20 and other misc materials, basically a goose gear inspired build. One project I have completed is some front runner outfitters wolf pack brackets for the roof rack.

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crolison

Observer
Between yesterday and today, I’ve mounted up some exterior lift struts to help with opening the top. The front was a proof of concept, and worked out pretty well. I am going to have to make custom rear mounts but that shouldn’t take long at all. I also found a place for my blue ridge overland gear bags. I was really wondering where to put them. I ordered 4” tall bags over Black Friday, I think one more 6” bag will fill up the panel nicely. I think I’m going to put electrical accessories / cables / headlamps / extra batteries in these.

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