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Prevent a Leaking Roof

Here’s the situation: there are a bunch of threaded holes on top of the Transit roof and, over time, the paint covering these threaded holes might crack resulting in leaking roof. Don’t panic! There is a quick and easy fix. Keep reading for more…

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Ford Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Most people know the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as being a false dash warning light that has to be dismissed continuously… But did you know it’s mandatory in the USA on all passenger vehicles since 2008 (hence no option to turn it off)? Let’s see how to make it work as it should and how to monitor the tire pressure in real time via a smartphone!

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Propex HS2000 Heater Installation

Propex HS2000 heater installation in our DIY campervan conversion. Fully detailed step-by-step instructions and illustrated for your viewing pleasure! Enjoy!

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Webasto Air Top 2000 – How To Install a New Burner Following Carbon Buildup

Webasto heaters are prone to carbon buildup if some parameters are not right. Here is how we installed a new burner insert following our carbon buildup issues. We also go through the root causes of carbon buildup and how to prevent it.

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Campervan Must-Have Gear

An empty van is not a home! Here is a collection of campervan gear we researched and tested on the road full-time since August 2017. Check it out!

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There is no such thing as unused space! Organisation & functionality is the key here! In this article, we go through every details of our garage layout.

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On Board Mountain Bike Tire Inflator

Seriously, who wants to inflate mountain bike tire with a floor pump? It’s DANGEROUS and OLD-SKOOL. Let’s make things right and install an on board tire inflator. We’ll be using the air compressor from our Air-Lift suspension system. Check it out!

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Floor Vent

Ventilation is crucial to control temperature, moisture level and odors from cooking. But without any AIR INTAKE, the roof fan won’t be able to do its job! Here is our take on that topic.

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Insulated Window Covers

While curtains work for houses, we think insulated window covers are better for campervans. They are lightproof (for shade & privacy) and insulated (to keep us cool in summer, warm in winter). We’re obsessed with functionality and with the rare earth magnets all around the edges, they just “snap” to the van metal window contour. Easy breazy!

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First Month on the Road: Lessons Learned, Van Report and Tales from the Road.

Let’s take a step back and discuss the lessons learned living in the van, what we nailed/missed in our van conversion and some tales from the road.

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