Amazing work, thanks for sharing all the little details, wish I could've convinced you to build 2 at the same time!
Thanks Mate. Yeah uppfitters stay really busy converting these vans out to keep up with demand. Eventually I would love to set mine up with the Agile suspension package as well!Agile Offroad here has 10 bays working full time on Sprinters. At least they did before the CCP virus anyway. They do their magic to enable 285's. My friend purchased a pre-emissions 5-cylinder Sprinter new. It's got 236Kon it and has made plenty of cross country trips plus a Baja run of nearly 2K miles. I had never driven it and was really impressed with the drivetrain. The engine purrs and the auto shifts perfectly. It's been nickel and dimeing him to death for awhile now but it's been perfect for his diesel polishing business.
Fantastic work bud!
"temporary"..."VHB"...These aluminum tabs are temporary supports for the panel to keep it from sagging, eventually the panel will be supported by the rear trim piece. The tabs are held in place with VHB tape for now.
Thanks Mate. I'm sure Maxxtrax would fit under the panel but I don't have easy/quick access to that area for storage.Your attention to detail and finished results are inspiring
The space under your solar panel looks a bit Maxtrax sized?
I have a cupboard of coffee maker fails, hadn't heard of a Presto Myjo but it's about twice the price in the UK, and we don't seem to have plus nuts either. Shocking. But I have yet to find anything I like better for either taste or usability than one like this;