MOT preparation

The Pampy Camper needs a new MOT. I am confident there is nothing major required for the MOT. The headlights have both lost their reflective backing, so new headlight units may be required. I strip both of the headlights down, and dust and clean inside.

 

The Pampy Camper needs a new MOT. I am confident there is nothing major required for the MOT. The headlights have both lost their reflective backing, so new headlight units may be required. I strip both of the headlights down, and dust and clean inside.

 

Posted by Darren

I'm a huge campervan enthusiast, and the maker of CampervanLife.com. I believe everyone can convert their own campervan, and enjoy a great lifestyle with it.

  1. Wooden posts
    Hi Josh

    Glad you like the van.
    Thick wooden posts supported the bed. I got a think fence post, about 10cm x 10cm thick, and cut it into 5 lengths, the right height from the ground to support the bed.
    The posts are really strong, and easy to store away in the cupboard under the seats.
    This meant I didn’t have to attach anything permanently to the ply, which would have stopped it folding away properly. And it was really cheap (just a few pounds for the whole fence post).

    Cheers

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  2. bed
    hey mate i think ur van looks great. i have a van of my own, just not as big. i was going to model my bed on ur desighn. i was just wondering, when the ply folds out 2 make the double bed, wat supports it?

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