Moved the tow hitch from the bottom of the chassis rails to the top- levels out the van behind the vehicle in my case
Added a custom rear bar to the van
meant that I had to relocate the van spare tyre, so used a ute spare tyre winch and put it under the van- and used a safety chain as secondary support.
Also added 32" MTR tyres on zero offset rims so that they could be used on either the tow vehicle or the van
replaced the foam seals on the bed ends with automotive rubber
I glued in the screws the upper cupboards used wood glue dries clear, or liquid nails what I had on hand. The idea is that the screws don't undo so the brackets are strong.
I didn't do the bottom cupboards- and found our "pantry" which is over the wheel and has 1200mm walls broke out. I have now replaced plastic brackets with alloy angle.
The central leg on the table while located with 6 pretty large screws did not stand up to the abuse of kids leaning on the edge (foot like the picture below). Solution was to place a alloy plate under the floor of the van and bolt down through the plate, this spreads the weight over a large area- been great ever since.
Added further insulation around the fridge etc pretty woeful what was there.
slowly evolving to our needs
'08 Mitsubishi Triton GLX/R Diesel Auto, with offroad accessories.
Windsor Rapid 472s Offroad
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