electrical

Cable routing

This is where/how I’m routing cables from the fuse box and to the battery which will be under the seat.  This point will sit just above the lower part of the seat frame. Drilling holes for the cable routing. Getting the cabling all sorted! Cables which need to route to Read more…

By Heathy, ago
furniture

Fitting the furniture

Making sure that I get the two furniture parts in line. Panel fitted to mount the fuse panel.Fuse panel, rear view. Fixings for the rear tall unit (front edge).Fixings at the front of the rear unit.After fitting the rear unit at the front edge I decided to make it even more Read more…

By Heathy, ago
flooring

Fitting the floor, at last!

After test fitting the floor I noticed that that the bolts for the LPG tank brackets were slightly proud so I had to remove some of wood from the bottom side of the ply floor to enable to floor to lay flat. This is the view from above, just before Read more…

By Heathy, ago
lining

Lining the OSR panel and fitting

So time to put the lining on the OSR panel.  A first-time for me since the guys who fitted the roof & windows did the rest. These are the “invisible” clips I used for the top LHS fixings. I used spray adhesive (from Kiravans) and applied it to both sides Read more…

By Heathy, ago
electrical

Preparing the OSR panel

The ply panel I got didn’t have any holes in it for fixing so I had some fun drilling them in the correct locations.  Also for some of the holes the standard VW clips weren’t long enough so I bought a few longer ones from here.  For this panel I Read more…

By Heathy, ago
plumbing

A bit of basic plumbing

Since I was test fitting the fridge and part of the furniture I thought I better have a look at the plumbing, specifically the waste/drain. I removed the plastic under panel to see what I could see and also looked from inside at the pre-existing holes behind the door panel. Read more…

By Heathy, ago
electrical

Prepping for the fridge

I purchased the fridge sometime ago, now it’s time to work out how to fit it (or at least test-fit it).  The model I chose is the Dometic CoolMatic CRX 50.  It was a close-run choice between that one and the Webasto Cruise 49 option.  The main thing that swung it for Read more…

By Heathy, ago