Ive refitted the passenger rear jacob. im building around that the fridhe and the water tank. the issue with the seat is that its that bloody big. oviously its half the centre seat too :-\Now that there’s three of you Karl, what are you planning to do about rear seats?
I’ve been thinking about a storage/sleeping setup but since I use the truck every day I’d need it to be lightweight and modular and easy to get in and out and store. Plus it would have to accommodate at least one seat in the back.
gary dat stuff looks like'a go , pics if ya use it .HI
I to been looking at center storage solution.
I probably going end up with something very similar to notsodusty.
I have been looking at an alternative to wood to try save weight. Had samples sent of these, https://www.penn-elcom.com/default.asp?MC=01080601&LG=EN, very light and strong.
Looks nice stuff there Jake. I’m guessing the hollow stuff Gary linked to, would be for special edging construction only. Could be very nice. As a guide my drawer carcass is 50kg and that’s with 6kg of holes cut in it. No runners no drawers. There’s lighter ways to make these I’m sure.@garygiles1963 i used this lightweight ply when I did my camper conversion on my Transporter, has stood up well during use
HILooks nice stuff there Jake. I’m guessing the hollow stuff Gary linked to, would be for special edging construction only. Could be very nice. As a guide my drawer carcass is 50kg and that’s with 6kg of holes cut in it. No runners no drawers. There’s lighter ways to make these I’m sure.
Hi Richard. These could also be a viable alternative. We have two of them, bulky but could be ok if used full time: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BRAND-NE...=173276662462ec7e657db9df49a2a0e0a816759cdd8eIf it’s any use I’ve found what looks like a nice folding mattress on EBay.
Not storage I know but handy for sleeping in the car during storms.
Aeronick where did you get those long drawer runners from and what are they rated at ta steve