Watch all my videos on YouTube! Safety comes in different packages and I start with a fire extinguisher in the RV/Cargo Van. I just installed a general purpose extinguisher next to the driver’s seat and will add another one at a later time, either in the kitchen or at the sliding side door of my… Continue reading Thinking About Safety & More
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Roof Vent – MaxxAir 6200K
The roof vent in an integral part of the ventilation, cooling and insulation plans. Living in an RV, one constantly faces the issue of cooling & heating and lowering humidity levels. With only few choices, I decided to install a MaxxAir vent; its ability to remain open, when rain is pouring down, made it a… Continue reading Roof Vent – MaxxAir 6200K
Mobile DVR Installation
Hiding The Front-Facing Camera Watch all my videos on YouTube! Integration of a mobile DVR in a conversion van or RV can be quite complicated, with many parts that have to work together. From DVR, display, cameras, wires and a multitude of connectors, sometimes it is overwhelming. Today I started with the front camera, a… Continue reading Mobile DVR Installation
Front Parking Sensor
Removal of the front bumper is the biggest drawback while installing this parking aide. The previously installed backup parking sensor, had a quickly removable rear bumper; the front bumper involves dozens of screws, bolts, clips and clasps. The firewall is another unexpected hassle, together with the power source and switch location. The backup parking is… Continue reading Front Parking Sensor
Front Parking Sensor
Just finished the front bumper parking sensor. Having it in front, requires an in-line switch. The full project will be published on the Project Page soon, in the meantime you can have a look at how I installed the similar rear sensor.
Keeping Your RV Cool With A Hidden Floor Vent
Temperature, ventilation and condensation are some of the issues that complicates RV living. But keeping the vehicle cool and free from humidity and condensation may be addressed by installing a floor vent. A floor vent in combination with a standard roof vent, should produce enough natural convection, that the airflow could sustain itself. By placing… Continue reading Keeping Your RV Cool With A Hidden Floor Vent
Cabin Curtain Part 2 – Curtains
Cabin Curtain Part 1 – Curtain Track
Pre-Mod: Rear Parking Sensor Strip
In advance of the Live Broadcast, I have been preparing the installation of a parking sensor strip in the rear bumper of my Ford Transit conversion van. To prepare, I have already surveyed the parts of the van that I will be working on, to analyze what tools and materials I need.