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66 thoughts on “Say Thanks!”

  1. Hi Guys
    I have the downloaded wiring diagram but can’t seem to find the tutorial, am I doing something wrong ?
    Kind regards
    Grahame

    • Hey, check your inbox (or spam folder maybe?) and look for “Your FarOutRide order is now complete” email. Your download links are as follow:
      download links

      Hope that helps!
      Antoine

  2. Just purchased the wiring diagram because it looks to be an awesome reference, but mainly to sat thanks for all the free info you give out. It must take a huge effort to get it all sorted and posted.
    Well done to you both.
    Rgds
    Grahame

    • Hi Grahame,
      Thanks for the kind words (and for buying our diagram!). It keeps us busy in the van and we meet nice people because of the website. It’s all worth it in the end!

      Have a good one!
      🙂

  3. Sincerely you two are an inspiration.
    I don’t think I can thank you enough for all of this info!

    You guys are just the best!

  4. Just used your Amazon affiliate link to purchase a Natures Head and some other items.

    Thank You for all of the great articles and information you post.

    Best Wishes and Safe Travels,

    Fritz

  5. Thank you very much for the work you have put into creating this great sit of help, direction and motivation.
    Propex heater. I heated my van this past winter with a propane buddy heater. The amount of condensation created by the propane was extraordinary. I’m talking about puddles of water. ?, Do you think I would have the same problem with the propex heater?
    Thank you.

  6. You both RocK (!!!)
    Your posts are the most “clearly” informative, and “most” comprehensive, that I have come across.

    ~Peace

  7. THANKS SO MUCH FOR EVERYTHING YOU POST!!!!!!!!!!
    I have so many plans for my van and still here it sits with nothing in it but sidewall panels. I am making all items that will be in it modular. I want the ability to use the van for everything not just travel. Your posts let me see the road proven plumbing, electrical, heating, ventilation and good explanation all on one site. It helps that your build is on the same vehicle. I loved your backup heating idea, I never knew about the types of heaters there were till reading your article. Researching everything is my passion, I am using the wealth of knowledge I have gained from your site to build something I know will hold up to the test of road time. I live on the East Coast so if your ever on it and hitting the Va. area your always welcome to stop by.

  8. Hey Guys
    Great Site. I plan to base my electrical on your system.
    I purchased the diagram last week, but never was given download access. Can you help?
    Thanks. Shannon

  9. Hi Guys,

    The paint I used on my hubcaps was Rust-Oleum Peel Coat Blasted Metal (black tungsten) bought at Walmart. The color matches the plastic on the van and it really finishes the van off. It’s a peelable rubber coating and when you put it on, spray four to five light coats. Don’t get greedy or it will run. Also, I sprayed the aluminum running rail: clean first with rubbing alcohol then place tape down where the plastic round runner meets the metal. I used electrical tape. Again, use light coats. And the one thing you have to do (not an option) is after it drys, use an exacto knife on the side of the tape before peeling it off. You’ll be sorry if you don’t. Cheers, Bruce PS. I just glued my subfloor on yesterday. However, in the process, I got stung 16 times. It turns out the logs that I wanted to use as weights for the subfloor had a large nest of wasps under them.

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