Dexter 4x4 - Sprinter fit out

Myk

Dexter 4x4

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Myk

Dexter 4x4
After the summer break the fit out works started again.

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The overhead cabinets at the sleeping area are finished

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There in now a panel with lighting an switches

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And the fridge is installed

And I added some more pages to the blog in English language, see here http://wp.me/p7k1q7-ca

Regards,
Myk
 
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roblee

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This is all so precise and detailed; really extraordinary. Your box is narrower than the commercial conversions I see in the US. That is a great compromise that makes your unit seem very road worthy and stable. Pictures of building the box frame and skin would be interesting if you have them. Plumb walls and flat ceiling; what a treat for ease of design and construction. Thanks for sharing.
 

Myk

Dexter 4x4
This is all so precise and detailed; really extraordinary. Your box is narrower than the commercial conversions I see in the US. That is a great compromise that makes your unit seem very road worthy and stable. Pictures of building the box frame and skin would be interesting if you have them. Plumb walls and flat ceiling; what a treat for ease of design and construction. Thanks for sharing.
Roblee,

thanks for your feedback. The cabin do not have a classical frame because it is made from a sandwich material. Outer skin is Alu, isolation is foam, inner skin is wood. This picture of a model shows the construction.

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Here you can find more information in english language:
Bimobil Homepage Cabin details

Best,
Myk
 

Myk

Dexter 4x4
Dexter 4x4 - Plumbing

Hi,

now I completed my plumbing work.

The pipe system is made from PVC-U. It is a very durable system, the connections are made with a special glue und special fittings.

We have two different water supply systems. One for drinking water and another one for domestic water. Both are connected to the sewage system. The toilet is a compost toilet.

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More information at the blog: Dexter4x4 Plumbing

Regards,
Myk
 

downunder

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Hi Myk,
Great photos and website, lovely build out, thankyou.
How did you end up with weight in the end as I read in your comments that you needed to be no more than 3.5T (If I understood it correctly?)
 

Wyuna

Member
Love the website and build.

It's the first time i've seen someone use Votronic as well.

I when with the Votronic 30/20/250 Triple charger 100ah Jupiter panel, fuses, switches, eta and battery protect, battery is a 240ah LiPEO4 drop in battery with BMS
 

Myk

Dexter 4x4
Hi Myk,
Great photos and website, lovely build out, thankyou.
How did you end up with weight in the end as I read in your comments that you needed to be no more than 3.5T (If I understood it correctly?)
Hi,

thanks for the feedback, I gave my best ...
You're right, the weight was one of the major challenges during the whole project. In the end it went well, I got the RV registration. If you have a deeper interest, you find all the information here.

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weight excerpt from blog

Bye,
Myk
 

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