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Hey all,

Thanks for having me. So, I am a sports massage therapist who owns a business in Maryland, and in the midst of coronavirus, decided to make the transition from a brick and mortar Space to a mobile massage studio on wheels. For many reasons, I’m excited and anxious. Not worried about the business aspect at all, just about the buildout process. 2 days ago I purchased my 2109 Promaster 3500 159ext highroof. This was somewhat of a unicorn, as it had everything I was looking for and was still a NEW 2019 loaded with incentives and rebates. It’s all black, with almost every available option there is, including the “somewhat silly” rv package. It has windows all around both sides and Rear doors. Below are my initial “notes” of things I’d like, want, or just found cool. I also plan on using this van as a part time adventure rig for my wife and I on the weekends. So I need some input on steps I should take to make sure I don’t have to build this out one way, and then back track. I would like to just be able to add on as I go. Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all!


Van wants

Interior

Floors
Half walls
Ceiling
Sink/water tanks fresh/Grey water
Cabinetry
Recessed lights/leds on dimmer
Way to run power when van is off? Batteries/power inverter
Rear heat ac when van is off?
Privacy curtain behind seats on tracking?
WiFi? Hotspot from phone?

Exterior

Running boards
Window blackout mesh/tint/wrap
Prime design rear door ladder black
Van tech h3 4 bar rack
Custom sun deck built on rack bars, solar?
Led headlight/foglight conversion
Van under lighting
Maxxair vent/fan

Best,
Bill

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Gonna need AC for customer comfort. Cabin air may be OK but you have biggest volume, lots of glass, black. May need generator if you don't have adequate electric source.
 

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Gonna need AC for customer comfort. Cabin air may be OK but you have biggest volume, lots of glass, black. May need generator if you don't have adequate electric source.
For sure! Heat and ac are my first and foremost concerns at the current moment. Trying to find systems that together are less than 8k. Would it be silly of me to potentially think about two zero breeze portable ac units, some batteries, and space heaters? I think I know the answer, but just want to confirm that that is a silly thought. Thanks for any advice!

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Yes, silly thought. Seek input from GaryBIS. Zero Breeze is a pipe dream for RVs imo. They are 2,300 btu/hr & need 2 holes. You'll need 13,500 but/hr for your van when 90F. Plus ZB is $1300+ batteries & not available anyway.
 
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Yes, silly thought. Seek input from GaryBIS. Zero Breeze is a pipe dream for RVs imo. They are 2,300 btu/hr & need 2 holes. You'll need 13,500 but/hr for your van when 90F. Plus ZB is $1300+ batteries & not available anyway.
Thank you for the input!
 
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