Build Update 02/25/21:
[NEW MASTER PARTS LIST HERE]
Stoked to share that my camper (V2 w/ Black panels, both windows, double tent doors, tangerine fabric, and “Prime Rib” accessory Package) has been produced and is ready for pickup! Install is scheduled for the second week of March.
I’ve been busy working and camping these past few months (like in the Eastern Sierra pictured below) and have slacked on build updates. I’ll do my best to catch up on what’s happened below.
I also took the time to create a Master Parts List that captures every component I’ve purchased for the build. Many components have yet to be installed so you won’t find photos or details on this thread just yet.
MESO Customs Ultimate Turn Signals
Murders out the turn signals on your side mirrors (Before and after below).
ARB Recovery Point
The ARB Recovery Point was a major PITA to install but happy to have it done. Medium to Hard difficulty—requires drilling into the frame of the truck and threading some bolts completely blind in a very tight space. Would not want to have to do this again.
Rigid Industries Ditch Lights w/ Cali-Raised Mounting brackets
Mounted Rigid’s Flood/Diffused Pods (Midnight Edition) on Cali Raised’s Hood Mount Brackets.
1UP USA Equip-D Double Bike Rack
I’m not leaving this on the truck 24/7 but tested out my new 1UP Bike Rack and Swing Away accessory.
Desert Does It Under Seat Compressor Mount Bracket
I haven’t installed this just yet but have mocked it up with my Twin 12V ARB Compressor & Accessories.
VRNCLR V2 Frame Bag Update
If you’ve been following this thread since the beginning you’re aware that I proactively picked up a full VRNCLR frame bag kit from Tom here in Oakland. Once Tom learned that I was getting a V2 he was amazing about swapping the bags out for his fresh off the press V2 version. Should be getting these from him in about a month. Stoked to get 'em mounted and take some shots for Tom.
Sherpa Equipement Co. Animas Camper Rack
I installed Sherpa’s Animas Rack, along with some new controls in the cab, and mounting panels. I’ll photograph and share these in the coming weeks (with the camper installed!)
Excited to get into the difficult parts of this build… Getting solar set up, installing the fan in the top of camper, running power to the bed, mounting permanent lights, control panels, etc. etc. More to come!