Portland-based Adventure Wagon sells affordable off-the-shelf van conversion sets for the Mercedes Sprinter. Each DIY kits costs between $13,800 and $14,800 (depending on the length of your Sprinter) and features thermal insulation, fabric wall paneling, marine-grade ceiling LED lights, two
Will have another blog article on this soon. This is me happy with the installed wall panels in our Sprinter Conversion van. Time for a break, keep checking in to see more details on how we converted this 2500 Sprinter Crew into a usable RV and mobile office. This will include adding RV Solar kit and power
Installing panels on the roof and walls in a Sprinter Van. Time Lapse filmed over two days of work. Big thanks to Russ who did all the hard work!
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Cedar is also a great wood for a mobile ski cabin since it has a great reaction to humidity (and smells amazing when we boil water in the morning for tea and coffee). For the whole van, it was about 300$ to cover the walls. This is our third step in the conversion of our Sprinter van. See the two previous steps
The stock interior of a Sprinter Crew van isn't anything special. Lots of exposed metal, no insulation, and no storage space. We stripped out all the stock plastic wall panels and headliner, then we got to work creating a cosy, livable space. Floor and walls. We started with the floor, by adding 1 2″ depth of heat and sound
The ceiling kit included in this standard kit has panels that do not overlap, they are adjoining and attach with sheet metal screws as pictured on this van.
RB Components Aluminum Sprinter Van Wall Liner Kit is designed and engineered to fit each Sprinter Model perfectly. Kits install easily with mounting guide and hardware included. Made from durable .100" aluminum sheets.
To solve the problem of the contoured van walls, which decrease overall width as you approach the roof, Adventure Wagon's bed panels use telescoping cut-outs to adjust overall bed width between 59 and 69 in (150 and 175 cm), allowing the bed to be set anywhere between 26 and 60 inches (66 and 152
Building a Sprinter adventure van for camping, mountain biking, and skiing. Wall Panel Installation.
We've had several people ask us “Why put cedar in there?” and our response is “why not?!” At the time of the build, we wanted the van to be functional, but also cozy and to feel like home. During the endless hours working on the van, we kept debating what to do with the walls and ceiling. Once we got the
Insulate with eps foam and wood- eps insulation doesn't breakdown with road vibrations and wood walls make it easy to accessories the walls with shelves and We then drilled it down with self tapping screws, Glen took out his table saw and began to masterfully cut the interlocking bamboo floor panels to fit the floor.
Overall thickness is 3 8" - consisting of 2 closed cell sections laminated to an aluminum center foil to maintain shape and van skin contour. It has an R-value rating of 38-R at ambient external temperature of 80F. Color pink. Packed in pre-cut kits which include all van panels except flooring and bulkheads. A hard wall liner
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Scribing and Detail Work: Since the walls of a Sprinter van (or any van for that matter) are not exactly square, there will be some scribing and detailed cutting necessary. We did this two ways. The first way was with a dremel and cut the panels in place to exactly the shape needed. This worked well for places
Danny wall My enlisted help giving me an assist with attaching the wall panels. In doing the curvy bits around the wheel wells, I first cut out cardboard templates to shape then traced those on to my plywood. To attach the plywood to the wall of the van, I predrilled directly into the metal studs and used