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post #11 of 19 Old 02-07-2014, 11:42 AM
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Now that's crazy!
You might want to look into some shelf and/or rack system, you have a good amount of empty space at the top that can be used
You are right. Lots of extra space. I actually just finished my partition and am still working on shelves and other things.
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I'd like to replace my e350 hauler too, but you can buy a LOT of motorcycle for $35k.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4p...it?usp=sharing


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yea you could set up almost a crawl space or loft if you will across that top section..
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Hey Obrian. What have you done for seating for the passengers? Any pics?
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I'd like to replace my e350 hauler too, but you can buy a LOT of motorcycle for $35k.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4p...it?usp=sharing

You can buy a couple ducati's and then some with that kind of coin
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Hey Obrian. What have you done for seating for the passengers? Any pics?
I'm still in the presses of finishing my interior. It's all insulated and sealed, floor is padded, carpeted, and dynamated. I'm going to build my finish panels, headliner and install a window in the slider next. And a powered vent is on my list. Just had the windows in front tinted today, and the rear door windows blacked out so nobody can see the toys in the rear.
As far as seating, the picture shows my upper bunk. It slides out to double the width. I haven't bought my folding bench yet. It will go in front of the wall, twin sized. So I'll be able to sleep three people no problem. Also plan on doing a swivel for the passenger side seat on front.
Sorry about the thread hijack lol.
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Obrian - This is very similar to what I want to do with a van. It looks excellent. You should start your own thread on the build so I can pester there with questions

Have you found a bench seat that has shoulder belts?
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I'm looking to haul my '09 BMW F800 ST in a PM (if I buy -- waiting to try a Diesel). Does anyone know if the factory wood floor option leaves the tie-down anchors accessible?

Also, any advice on mounting a chock, preferably so it is easily removed when not hauling the scoot?

And @Obrian, I'd love any advice on sourcing and installing aftermarket screened windows in any of the PM's body panels.

-dan

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Yes, they are accessible and the wood floor is worth the $300.00 Only problem is its slippery....
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