My husband and I just bought a 2020 2500 high top for conversion to camper. We are in central Missouri and looking to learn from other's experiences. So far this had been a huge wealth of knowledge.
Purchased new in 2015, ~115k miles, adult drive, never wrecked, in very good condition, driven for day trips and extended weekends, outfitted for simplicity and versatility.
We bought this van for it's efficiency and power, the V4 turbo diesel is very torquey, auto-manual transmission works...
I have an opportunity to buy a used Milwaukee18ga shear and am wondering if it's an appropriate tool for cutting openings such as windows and vents. If you had a choice, would you prefer a shear or a jigsaw?
Just wanted to share some shots of our latest 136" build. This one was a blast to work on and was jam-packed with features.
Some things included:
MASSIVE LiFePO4 battery bank (10.8kW), 650 watts solar, 3kW inverter/charger
9.8 gallon undermount propane tank feeding Dometic cooktop and Propex...
I have a 2018 3500 Promaster that had a partition, after a camper conversion the partition is gone so I need the trim that fits a non-partition van. If someone is looking for partition trim it might be a perfect trade. Any info helps, thanks!