^^^ hates cars
...thats a good looking van!
Would love to meet you guys. Same goes for you guys if you are up in McCall or Stanley. I will drop by and say hello next time I am in Boise.The Idaho vans just keep on coming! You've got yourself one nice rig there. Hit all us Boise folk up next time you are in town.
I am happy to put some flyers for The River Company on the front counter of Backcountry Pursuit if drop some off. I send at least a few people a year to the good folks at Sawtooth Mountain Guides.
I think if you get the right stuff it will mount seats fine. Think of the track used in the avation or in wheelchair applications. We plan to have a house battery and furnace. MG plummed the line from the tank in preparation. I don't know anything about wiring so I will try and screw it up first.It's funny.... I feel like I am in the same boat you were, building essentially the same van... staring at a pile of parts and a pair of axles in the garage waiting for the weather and the time to start tearing into it.
I look forward to seeing how you go about building the interior. I too would like to be able to reconfigure the layout and was thinking about l-track. I haven't yet convinced myself if its strong enough to mount seats, but I want to.
Any plans for a house battery and/or a furnace?