My Mountain Biking Camper Caddy build

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adels69 wrote: Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:17 pm Great build, love the idea with the fork mount. Which diesel heater did you go for and is it efficient?
yeah i went for one from http://www.drivworld.com/ got mine on ebay for £270 i think, and yeah its easy on the fuel
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Any chance you could post a link to which led roof lights you bought? Cheers.
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jlaamweise wrote: Sat May 26, 2018 5:06 pm Any chance you could post a link to which led roof lights you bought? Cheers.
here https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/6-x-12V-RECE ... SwNSxU2ykC
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Cheers dude
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aerobic247 wrote: Sat Sep 26, 2015 5:29 pm i thought i would start a build thread as i'm slowly converting my Caddy in to a weekend get away van for mountain biking.

first things first, the head unit had to go and i installed a pioneer sph-da110 with carplay
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What do you think to the DA-110? I'm looking to replace my stereo with something a little more modern!

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Great work on this van mate its good to see room for a dh bike and a bed.
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Led Sandwich wrote:Great work on this van mate its good to see room for a dh bike and a bed.
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I can get two bikes in there, there is a Maxel mount at either end



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That's even better mate, im off to Morzine in mine in the next couple of weeks but wanted to bring 3 bikes so will be seeing how best it is to transport them.
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I'm making the bed in mine a bit narrower than aerobic's but with a pull out section so I've got the choice of a narrow bed with loads of stuff in the van, or putting the bike outside and having a decent width bed. The 'static' section is basically the same width as the narrower barn door so could possibly allow enough space for a third bike, especially if you whip the pedals off.
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Love this work buddy! Keep it up


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Nice work mate,

Starting a project myself now, just debating whether or not I need a leisure battery as I'm only wanting to add a few spotlights, a 12V socket and twin USB in the rear. Suppose I could always add it later if I need it?!
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Calamity Kev wrote:Nice work mate,

Starting a project myself now, just debating whether or not I need a leisure battery as I'm only wanting to add a few spotlights, a 12V socket and twin USB in the rear. Suppose I could always add it later if I need it?!
Check out the hubi 10k that's what I'm thinking of using, its solar powered and has USB sockets 12v and 2 lights

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Lukehiggy wrote: Wed Aug 08, 2018 9:57 am Check out the hubi 10k that's what I'm thinking of using, its solar powered and has USB sockets 12v and 2 lights

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Cheers, that's definitely opened up the possibilities.
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Brilliant stuff. Good guide forsound proofing and insulation. Looking to do something similar as well as the leisure battery
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Does anybody know of a cheap dynamat alternative?

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