The plan was for it to be my secondary sleeping surface, but I have been sleeping on it for now. It is pretty comfortable.How do you like your seat bed?
Nice! How many cans of adhesive (assuming it is 3M 90) did it take you?Insulation (layer 1)
Working on the insulation, probably 70% done with the thinsulate, stuffed it in all the ribs and covering all the open areas. This will be covered with 1/2" XPS panels under the walls as an additional layer as well as a thermal break between the ribs and interior walls. As I plan to run air conditioning off battery at night, I want the insulation to be thorough. Figuring thinsulate and XPS will do it. Only windows are cab windows and rear windows.
I considered it, but the amp draw is much higher and the efficiency is much lower. Honestly while in CT I do not use the air conditioner that much, but when I do, I like flipping a switch and not running hoses, moving things around, etc.HI jracca, I really admire your build. What ac did you use? Did you consider a dual-hose portable ac unit? I am planning to use one but am intrigued to see your solution!!
To be honest I have no idea why I chose that window over the other side. I am sure I had some reasoning at the time. But I think the other is chosen because it provides a better rear view when driving, however in my case you cannot see out the back anyway. The only thing I can think of right now is that it would be much harder to reach in and open the door with the opening window on the drivers side of the drivers door.Recently saw a PM with a single window like this in the Palo Alto area... thought it was interesting as most single windows I'd seen installed on the passenger side door.