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post #16 of 44 Old 12-13-2016, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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I no a guy that use to come to go karting years ago. Always had the best stuff and had to be top boy. He already had a pretty awesome custom rv but when another family got almost identical rv he was not happy so bought an even bigger one. Problem was he never measured the single lane that lead down to his house and once he took it home couldn't get it to his property so had to leave it at the top of the road. Such a twat he soon switched it back about 3 months later.


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This is the reflection foam and subfloor timbers going down. In between here will go 25mm kingspan to bring thentimbers and insulation up together at identical heights so the ply lays in nice and level. Also before the ply I will lay some moisture barrier. Like 0.5mm vinyl or something.

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if its any help andio there is a company my brother used for camper van equipment they do everything for building them wood.electrics,windows but you need to blag a company up to get an account .GRASS ROOTS its called,also so not sure if you know this but you can get 24 volt firdges ,microwaves .kettles tv,s ect ,they use all that in trucks as drivers are away all week, just need convert 12v to 24v good luck with it mate fingers crossed for a good summer for us uk,ers ey
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Just had a look through the gear they got on there. Awesome place loving the sliding doors may go that route!!


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Stared the 25mm eco therm today!! Everything has finished at the correct height and should be warm and cosy as long as it goes this well on the walls.





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Finished floor 25mm pir, just need to expanding foam small gaps and moisture barrier then ready for a couple sheets wbp 12mm ply




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I wanna do this but I'm the future. Just so I have some knowledge on this. Where do you guys mail or screw everything to? I see you have wood in the floor how is that connected?
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That's screwed with tec screws straight through the steel floor but you must make sure you spray an anti rust inhibitor over the fixing from the underside afterwards and also obviously plan your fixings so you don't screw through something important.


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That's screwed with tec screws straight through the steel floor but you must make sure you spray an anti rust inhibitor over the fixing from the underside afterwards and also obviously plan your fixings so you don't screw through something important.


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You'd be fine!! Real easy just time consuming.


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Managed to get the ply in today also got the moisture barrier underneath that done. Ceiling next, managed to get my mount for the bike too. I went for a adjustable mount from nomorestraps.com which turnt up and is really great quality.





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Seems to be coming along nicely. Always interesting to see something like this go from an idea to something truly useful. Keep up the good work.
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Having a mate who lays floors come and lay some 5mm rubber checker plate in the van to finish the base. Then onto the ceiling and building a new bulk head as the old one was 2mm sheet steel and weighed a ton.


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Floor all down and finished, ended up laying it myself. Finished with Ali checker plate angle. You can see the bike mount in there but it isn't fixed I was just checking fitment. I need to
Finish the ceiling and bulkhead before I decide on finished position. 2 months left to get it all finished.


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