Our Sprinter camper conversion benefited from the pandemic lock down. Here is a list of my 10 favorite upgrades!
1. LED lights
We added four lights. 1 goes on and off as the door is open and closed. The other three click on and off via one of two dimmer switches. One switch is over the bed and the second is behind the driver’s seat.
2. Guitar storage
Finally, a reasonable way to travel with a guitar! It hangs under the bed and over the kids bikes. Easy access and never in the way!
3. Trekking pole and kite shelf
Poles and kites run the length of the van and next to the kids bikes. They are easily removed via the back door.
4. Fishing pole holder.
This was a last minute addition and a surprise for the kids and I. I couldn’t be more happy!
Our three poles run the length of the van, on the driver’s side, over the bed.
5. Food and kitchen supply storage boxes.
You may have already seen these as they are part of our second bed set up but CD improved the efficiently of these as well. The lid of the box has recently been cut into two pieces so that I may access food at one end while sitting on the other end. Amazing!
6. Cabinets at eye level.
Check this out! We have two cabinets at eye level. One is on the driver’s side and is used for kitchen supplies. The second is on the passenger side, over the bed, and used for PJs and other daily use items. Both are secured to 8020.
7. Wood paneling.
Cedar tongue and groove gives the illusion of being in a cabin. Don’t underestimate the power of wood paneling!
8. Bike storage in our Sprinter camper
The kids bikes attach to wood and a metal bracket to slide under the bed easily. It takes less than 5 minutes to get them out and I have yet to encounter a peddle stuck in spokes or any of the other problems that I had prior to storing the bikes upright. Thank you high roof Sprinter camper!
9. Maxxair fan
Again, you may have heard us talk about this already but we installed the fan last year. Now that it is framed in, it not only works great but looks great too!
10. Rear AC wood paneling
CD framed the rear AC unit and vent with the Cedar tongue and groove. I don’t know how he did it but I am glad he did. It looks amazing!
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