My hands-on DIY cargo van insulation tips. See step-by-step how to insulate a van roof, how to insulate cargo van walls, and how to insulate a van floor. I’ve done it myself… and you can too!
A Sprinter van is a fuel-efficient high-roof cargo van that has full stand-up interior height right from the factory. This tall conversion van has remarkable handling, making it a safe and comfortable choice for RVing. With a number of unique RV conversion features available, it's a popular choice for minimalists who enjoy RVing in style. Here RVers share the pros and cons of buying an RV Sprinter van vs. building one yourself from a used cargo van.
For your DIY RV van conversion, you’ll want to start from the top down. That way, one step won’t interfere with another while constructing your Class B motorhome. First, determine which amenities you want to include. Then, install everything that you plan to have mounted on the roof before you do anything else. I’ll show you how to install RV solar panels, an RV vent, and a TV antenna on the roof of your RV van.
See how I built a Class B motorhome from a cargo van. Today, I’m covering the first step in my DIY RV camper van conversion series: How to choose the best cargo van for an RV conversion.
RV buying involves making many comparisons to find out which type best matches your needs. Fifth wheel RVs and motorhomes have some dramatic differences that are spelled out for you here. There’s even a video of another option, the Sprinter Van based motorhome.
As Class B RVs become more popular, the Sprinter Van stands heads and shoulders above all the rest. I mean that literally, because they’re the only van made with full stand-up interior height right from the factory. The Sprinter Van is the hottest new RV on the market right now!
Is the price of a new Class B RV just too much for your budget? Consider building your own like I did. You can save a bundle and have a lot of fun doing it. Here’s a video showing one man’s motorhome creation that’s a real showpiece.
If you’re in the market for a new RV, you might want to consider one of the Class B motorhomes based on the Dodge Sprinter. The Dodge Sprinter platform replaces the Dodge Tradesman.