Yeti Overland’s Tundra OVRLND Camper build

bgraboyes

Member
are those jack stands? how do you like the rear hatch style vs barn doors. Jay thinks barn doors are the only way to go! (im guessing you didnt so you can attach stuff to the sides?
 

crolison

Observer
In your early post yo had steel wheels painted. Are you going to switch and use them ?
Yep, going to mount them up, just haven’t gotten around to it yet.

are those jack stands? how do you like the rear hatch style vs barn doors. Jay thinks barn doors are the only way to go! (im guessing you didnt so you can attach stuff to the sides?
Yep, experimental jack bracket mounts. I like the full door for being able to flip it up and drive with stuff sticking out if need be. I am going to mount a jerry can and propane tank on the sides, which would interfere with the doors opening enough to latch open and drive.
 

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Pshin

Member
Really like the way the headliner turned out. Do you have some more details about how you did that? What material did you use and how did you get it to stick? Also, do you have some close up photos of how you finished the edges?

Thanks!
- Patrick

So finally installed the headliner on the OVRLND Camper. Jay and I have been working on a headliner option, so with the install and some testing this should be an option/maybe standard on OVRLND Campers.
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crolison

Observer
Really like the way the headliner turned out. Do you have some more details about how you did that? What material did you use and how did you get it to stick? Also, do you have some close up photos of how you finished the edges?

Thanks!
- Patrick
The fabric is rip stop, and Velcro hook is stitched to it around the perimeter of it. The push bars also keep it up. I can get some edge photos next time
GREAT work! I really like that headliner.
thanks!

Did you install the fan or was that factory? Is it possible to run the fan with the top down?

Thanks!
I had jay (factory) install the fan. I don’t see why not. I have the fan located over the cargo area, and it’s all in the wiring on if you can run it whenever.
 

crolison

Observer
Got a couple hours today to work on punching holes in the camper. Mounted my Powertank 10lb propane tank mount. Added in my bulkhead fitting for propane into the camper. Also added in my propex heater outlet into the camper, and finished that interior piece.

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