Disclaimer- I am not a professional. I am a moderately skilled DIYer. Technical wiring diagrams are not my strong suit. My Espar works great. I’m satisfied that it’s a clean, professional installation. My DIY post may contain errors. Use at your own risk. CO (carbon monoxide) leaks can be deadly- especially in small spaces. No cutting… Read More ›
I am just finishing up the latest round of DIY campervan build projects. Just a few more tweaks and trim pieces then it’s time to have fun in the van for a few months while building the final cabinetry in my garage. RadVan started as a partially converted windowless stock cargo van. I bought it… Read More ›
Many of my blog posts about building out RadVan as our DIY Adventure Mobile could easily be retitled- “Stuff I had to figure out on my own that I wish someone had written about and saved me hours of research, experimenting, and frustration.” This post is along the same lines. Hope it helps. L-Track… Read More ›
As I’ve been working on my van build (bike/surf/camp/run/ski adventuremobile), I’ve been (slowly) working toward building upper cabinets and making use of all the potential storage space in the upper corners of the walls. Enter Adventure Wagon and an innovative solution to overhead storage! While at a bike race in Northern California (Grinduro for you fellow… Read More ›
A caution to DIY Sprinter campervan owners (and anyone with covered lower walls). Check for leaks! While running some wiring I removed a wall panel and discovered that the area inside my rocker panel was damp and mildewy. On further investigation, I discovered that all the lower wall panels had moisture settling inside. Even though the… Read More ›
How to install rear windows in a sprinter conversion.
Details of my installation of windows in my DIY Sprinter Campervan