Just the right size for your own personal helicopter!
BTW looks great and thanks for the build pics!
(Zombie Apocalypse Helicopter not included)
Learning curve for this newbee on this site. I hit the wrong button and posted it. Now I can't delete it. Probably on the par with my misspelled words. lolView attachment 34155
This pik shows the porta-potti place; in front of the Li Time battery and the 45 qt fridge. I checked into getting a floor mount slide for the fridge but nothing decent was less than 150$ so
bought 4 locking casters for 26$ and mounted them on the corners. Roll it out, it doubles as the passenger seat foot rest.
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And this is with curtain down covering the crapper. Blue cube is 7 gallon water jug. I have 2; and 2 clothing bags on lower shelf.
jonny has it livable but there’s a few things yet.
Well, did my spelling get me in a mess again? Nothing like misspelled or miss used words to start a storm.Well; this threads on its way to going off the road and it’s all because of them genital drivers…. Don’t ya kinda want things rolling around while genital driving?
need to start a thread in chit chat land HEY; any genital drivers out there?! Make ur selves known. NOW!
jonny boi ain’t sayin; I’m jus sayin
Van is actually called “high roof”. I’m 6’ and can stand in it with my hat on. Promaster has 3 roof heights labeled low, high and super high. prolly marketing bs. Reality is they are low, middle & high.Really nice, functional, and comfortable setup. Was curious to see what you were using after your advice on my intro post.
Did you opt for the low roof so it was more easily accessible with the rack setup you have there? Really clean work on the window install;
honestly thats the thing I'm most pensive about DIY'ing.
One approach is to do the install when the "return window" for that window is still open. If you screw up badly, return it and get a bigger window...It’s not hard to do the windows. There’s lotsa info on it. Main thing for most peeps to get over is the psychological block of “OMG no return” once you start drilling holes in your van.