Has anybody fitted one of these? I’m debating wether to fit a 150cm RIB bed, or 112cm and have a bit of storage to the side. It is going to be a day van, no pop top or kitchen. Be interested to see any real life photos of them in a van.
My first post on the forum. So thanks in advance if anyone can help me.
I am at the stage in my conversion to pick a kitchen. I have a California bed with rails and the one I have at the top of my list is the EVO designs 5.4 pro lwb. My question is; has anyone used this kitchen/bed...
Ok as per my other posts my Evo motion kitchen has been dispatched and is on its way...
Now the hard part putting it all together. So with this in mind does anybody have any tips, order to build in or special tools I will need?
If you have built an Evo kitchen please get in touch as I want to...
I’m desperately trying to find the depth of the EvoMotion slim cabinets before installing my Rib 130.
I’ve got to get the seats in before installing/ ordering the cabinets, which isn’t ideal, but want to make sure I’m tight enough to the near side wall with the bed to get the slim cabinets...
Hi, I'm installing an EVO Design kitchen in my RHD LWB twin slider, on the driver's side and I'm after some advice.
Firstly, after a trial fit, the rubber bump stop on the sliding door hits the back corner of the kitchen just as it opens/closes. I don't really want to take a chunk out of the...
Various pieces of Grey Puntinella Lightweight Ply by Evo designs. £10 the lot (collected)
Unused, but some with some holes/recesses for fixings. Might be useful for someone's project?
Approx max. sizes
860 x 279 mm
850 x 370 mm
850 x 130 mm
815 x 80 mm
335 x 360 mm
405 x 332mm
WHOOPS! Due to a rethink and change of plans!
Evo Design interior unit available now! £90. It requires completion but no major work! Please note that the trim has not been fitted properly in some places, & not at all as yet on some edges. The joining blocks have not got their caps on...
One of my priority solutions was to have the loo to be able to slide under the seat.
Was not wanting to go outside and pick up the loo from the back of the van. And was getting fed up will lifting two tons of wee wee over the seat when folded out.
I stopped off on my travels to EvoDesigns and...
Hi, I've had a Cambee Flex 3/4 bed on rails fitted, which is great. However, once I've built the furniture from an Evo kit and fitted it alongside, the bed is really difficult to move along the rails.
I've carpeted the interior but still have ply panels to fit on the furniture side, but if I do...
Back in 2012 i bought a a white T5 as a fun project to convert into full camper as much as a hobby than to have a quick get away vehicle for myself and the family for affordable holidays. Over the following year i learned the ways of the trade through this great forum and built myself a camper...
could anyone post some picts how they attached their shelves to the van?
my kit is from EVO, but picts from other kits might help as well
I'm talking shelf above kitchen unit and the one close to the rear door
just want to be extra careful before making holes
Unfortunately some lovely people stole our trusty t5 in October.
The van never turned up so we had to start the job of replacing it.
Found this 18 plate 150 highline and set to work on it late November.
All the work is done by me except the roof fitting.
I have just opened up my flat pack EVO kitchen that I picked up today. Just wanted to say how impressed I am at the quality of it, initial views are it's very extensive and appears to be well sorted. The box of fixings was nicely laid out by the factory and all the panels nicely protected.
So I'm new here and thought I might try a build thread for my new (to me) T6.
I'm on my 3rd transporter now and each one has better than the last as I've learned to do things better each time.
Seeing as I have only just got my T6, I thought I would just put a little bit of my past in here to...
I recently picked up my first van and have started converting to a camper. Trying to do all the work myself apart from the pop top which a local SCA installer will be doing. Never done anything like this before so its a steep learning curve! Heres my progress so far -
How it looked...