We've added a few items since taking delivery of our rig in Sept of 2020. Here is a summary, roughly in order of appearance:
- Necessary items not provided with the F350 cab chassis; spare wheel, bottle jack, tire wrench, axle stands, back-up camera (Camera Source, compatible with factory harness, replaced once under warranty).
- Lagun table mount. Also required rebuilding the dinette floor panel to retain access to our FW tank.
- Froli Star spring system under forward mattress. Also required replacing 6" thick mattress with 4" to retain headroom.
- Builtright Dash Mount and various Ram fittings for truck navigation, etc. Also Builtright rear seat-back release.
- MaxxShade retractable vent cover.
- Steel 20lb propane tank to replace a composite cylinder that was leaking at the valve.
- AirHead dry toilet to replace cassette toilet.
- Aluminum horizontal storage locker at rear, designed for skis but carries tents, chairs, etc., in summer.
- Aluminum fuel rack at rear, designed for two Scepter 20l cans.
- Method 701 HD 18" wheels and KO2 tires for summer, retained stock rims with Firestone studded tires for winter.
- OEM front fender flares, mud flaps, fender liners.
- LED headlamp bulbs, GTR Ultra 2 with ballasts, great improvement!
- Fire extinguisher mounts for truck cab and cabin, also small fire blanket for cooktop.
- Folding mast step for easier access to forward bed.
- OEM 2WD front valence, 3" shorter for increased clearance.
- Quarantine cargo net, to secure items carried in back seat area.
- Undercounter LED lights, over sink and cooktop areas.
- OEM polished ss exhaust tip, to direct exhaust moisture away from exterior cabinet.
- Radflo tuned 2.5" shocks, front and rear.
- Various bits and bobs that fall under housekeeping, like a cordless vacuum, shower curtain, etc.
I'd be pleased to discuss any of these items by pm or on this thread.
People also wonder about weights and we've had the opportunity to weight the rig in both wet and dry modes while on the road. So, with 2 occupants and their clothing, gear, food, etc., here are the results:
Summer (full fuel, water) #11,726
Winter (1/3 fuel, no water) #11,089
I anticipate a switch to LiFePo in the cabin will reduce at least 100lbs over our two 170Ah Victron AGM's and greatly increase available power. With AGM's, we are limited to two days boon-docking during winter, without shore power or solar, before we have to drive or at least idle to recharge.