First off I want I want to say CC_windsurfer is a gentleman and a scholar.I really like this idea - and I think there might be a better way to keep it mounted for easy deployment. I saw a while ago (cant find it anymore) a guy that was outfitting the small ford transit vans and he made nothing like your hangout but it was permanently mounted over the back doors, folded up in a zippered bag! When you stop, you open the back doors, unzipped the mounted bag and deploy the cover! (something like the attached photo)
I would very much like the hang out for my T1n - either just the way you have it or modified to be mounted outside above the doors. Nice work!
The skirt is on my to-design list - thanks for sharing the insight on being adjustable for uneven ground... I will need to figure that out.Our van is a 4x4 so it is a bit high off the ground. If you ever want to make a skirt that attaches with magnets to the bottom of the door and is able to adjust the height for uneven ground would be great. I would buy it for sure. This provides even more privacy and reduces the wind when showering
I did have to remove the ladder hook from the back door of the Revel. We weren’t using it anymore because of the Owl Vans Sherpa attachment. It does have to stretch around the Sherpa attachment, but since it has the bungee cord hook for grabbing under the van, it accommodated the Sherpa, albeit a bit tight.
I'm interestedHi Ged,
How about something like this?
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I made this prototype for a friend. It seals rain out along the roof and covers the gap between the door and van body providing some covered outside space. It rolls up pretty small and goes up in about 3 minutes. My friend likes to sleep with the doors open so we made this to keep his bed dry in case it rains during the night.
I'm curious if there is any interest in Sprinterland for a rear door canopy and if so I may make more.