MTB/CAMPER build

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Vanny
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MTB/CAMPER build

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Bored of taking wheels off mtbs to squeeze into TT Image

Bought my first caddy a couple of months ago and I love it!

Going to be a slow build but want it easy to keep clean and warm in winter as intend to use as camper sometimes. Image

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Re: MTB/CAMPER build

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Added roof rails today

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Re: MTB/CAMPER build

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Started lining the back with Hex and insulation ready for carpet.

Decided to do the floor with a thick rubber gym mat as need to raise floor to height of rear seat brackets to allow flush floor for a futon mattress Image
It's super heavy but lighter once cut to size and works well to take in/out for jet washing ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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Re: MTB/CAMPER build

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Looking good so far


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Re: MTB/CAMPER build

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What flooring are you using? Also how are you looking to mount / store bikes? Looking for some inspiration for my own MTB van build :)
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Re: MTB/CAMPER build

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Vanny wrote: Tue Oct 26, 2021 9:41 am Started lining the back with Hex and insulation ready for carpet.

Decided to do the floor with a thick rubber gym mat as need to raise floor to height of rear seat brackets to allow flush floor for a futon mattress Image
It's super heavy but lighter once cut to size and works well to take in/out for jet washing ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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how did you end up putting your bike in the back?
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