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Old 11-11-2020, 06:54 PM   #61
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WOW!! Just read the whole post/history, what a treat! Skill, craftsmanship,abilty to re-do "no big deal" attitude and (again) skill...very impressive..and actually using BettySue (I am guessing mmmbeer plate a little too noticeable?lol) absolutely great! Only thing I noticed, maybe some insolation over wheel well? Since lines are so close and MORE PICTURES OF ADVENTURES!! Thanks again for the entertainment on this coldcovidwinternight!
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Old 11-12-2020, 12:37 AM   #62
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I am so happy to have found your build. Your van is literally EXACTLY what I am wanting to build for myself and my wife. We are enduro and starting to be dual sport riders and we like to travel as well. Subscribing to follow your rebuild!
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WOW!! Just read the whole post/history, what a treat! Skill, craftsmanship,abilty to re-do "no big deal" attitude and (again) skill...very impressive..and actually using BettySue (I am guessing mmmbeer plate a little too noticeable?lol) absolutely great! Only thing I noticed, maybe some insolation over wheel well? Since lines are so close and MORE PICTURES OF ADVENTURES!! Thanks again for the entertainment on this coldcovidwinternight!
Thanks! I am adding insulation over the wheel wells, just haven't got to it yet. I will when I build the under bed slide.


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Sorry I haven't posted a update, but here we go.

Wife wanted a bench to sit on. And I moved the water pump switch from under the bed, back of the van, to under the sink. That way I can just switch it on and off when needed. A round USB plug is next to it.

I also moved the power center up front for easy access too. I didn't take any pics of the mattress in, but it's in now. I'm still waiting on the custom order blinds to come in so I can build my window frames out.

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Looks good!
Funny how we constantly want/wish to change things around to suit our desires... and the "what if's", "why not's", & "just because" upgrades always seem to spawn additional projects - it truly never ends.
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Looks good!
Funny how we constantly want/wish to change things around to suit our desires... and the "what if's", "why not's", & "just because" upgrades always seem to spawn additional projects - it truly never ends.
That's no lie.

Finally got the van on 35". I still have one leaf spring left to install, shocks, and transmission. But it's getting there. I picked the best time to do this. It's freaking freezing here.

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