You are clever, sir, and a master of e-commerce. I believe these are ours. The sizing and features seem right. And if you can get that deal, they would end up about half of what we paid, though ours were installed by a guy who knew what he was doing, and it did seem a little tricky to get all the strings tensioned up right.Not sure this is them exactly, these look cheaper, but I can't find them otherwise. Can you post exactly which model yours are? They are really nice!
Paul put it together with some very clever touches, and it's proving even more and more livable as time goes on. Probably the easiest to live out of of all the half-dozen campers I've had.Beautiful work! An inspiration to us all!
It's 26.5 inches. That might be about 3/4" higher than a dead stock on because my tires are a bit bigger. We've got it made for walking up into the back, as we have the factory step bumper and a HitchMate step in the 2" receiver, which together make it about like walking up a set of well-spaced steps.What is the height from the outside ground to the floor at the back of the vehicle?
The answer is complicated by the fact that the window (or sheet metal in place of the window) is set back into a considerable recess. It's a thick as three inches front to back (a bit less toward the top) and, more to the point, about two inches vertically all the way around.Thanks! Another question: Then from the floor to the bottom of the window on the rear door is how much?
Sprinters floors are pretty high off the ground, but I think it would work to have your kitchen pull out from the floor through the rear doors. If you built a full-width pull-out unit about 10" high, then set the fridge down into it and had, say, an 8" drawer and set the stove on top of that, everything would work out to be about countertop height. FWIW.OK, thanks. I am just pondering putting the galley in the back if I were to get a Sprinter, because I prefer cooking outside (see http://www.expeditionportal.com/forum/threads/145788-Camper-Interior-87-Toyota-van) and then there is more room inside for living and other stuff.