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11/2/2019 2:35 PM

Ours is the one on the left, we love our sprinter but hate it at the same time, we have sank thousands into it and it always has another $1000.00 issue popping up, after you get the last one solved.

really wish it was more reliable,

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11/2/2019 2:37 PM

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11/2/2019 11:54 PM

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Like Austin, have owned around 15 vans.
My son has never drove anything but a van!

Dirty Points wrote:

On the White E-Series, do you have a picture of the wall through the rear side door? I think I want to place one like yours appears to be: half way through the door opening, so you can reach in from the side.

HHR21 wrote:

sold it to Ryder Floyd.
He still drives it every day!

Is that a Tinkoff edition Tarmac in the back there??

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11/3/2019 12:02 AM

Austin_Rankin wrote:

Ours is the one on the left, we love our sprinter but hate it at the same time, we have sank thousands into it and it always has another $1000.00 issue popping up, after you get the last one solved.

really wish it was more reliable,

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Unfortunately I had the same problem with my 06. Grant it has 280,000 miles, I’d fix something and the next would break. I Sold it and got a new promaster so I can be confident on driving it far.

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11/3/2019 12:25 AM

My 2017 citroën jumper L3 H2, 2.0l / 160hp. Made the garage and sleeping area separate, also use it to go on vacation with the wife & dog.
Fridge with freezer, solar panel,tv, cooking on gas, 90l watertank. Build not completly finished, also daily driver.
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11/3/2019 1:43 AM

jeffoff wrote:

My 2017 citroën jumper L3 H2, 2.0l / 160hp. Made the garage and sleeping area separate, also use it to go on vacation with the wife & dog.
Fridge with freezer, solar panel,tv, cooking on gas, 90l watertank. Build not completly finished, also daily driver.
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Amazing!

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11/3/2019 2:09 AM

jeffoff wrote:

My 2017 citroën jumper L3 H2, 2.0l / 160hp. Made the garage and sleeping area separate, also use it to go on vacation with the wife & dog.
Fridge with freezer, solar panel,tv, cooking on gas, 90l watertank. Build not completly finished, also daily driver.
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yz25 wrote:

Amazing!

Thanks man, took me quite some time to build.

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2/24/2020 2:42 PM
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2/24/2020 5:55 PM

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2/25/2020 5:23 AM

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Pics of the inside - I have been looking at these lately!

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2/25/2020 5:27 AM

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bierbower105 wrote:

Pics of the inside - I have been looking at these lately!

They drive good, but man.. they’re ugly 😂

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2/25/2020 7:22 AM

Anyone happen to know if the extended Chevy vans are longer than the extended Fords? (Cargo, not transit). My buddy said the Chevys are 4inches longer. Tried google, but I’ve gotten varying results for dimensions on the Fords.

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2/25/2020 8:11 AM

Cokeham23 wrote:

Anyone happen to know if the extended Chevy vans are longer than the extended Fords? (Cargo, not transit). My buddy said the Chevys are 4inches longer. Tried google, but I’ve gotten varying results for dimensions on the Fords.

Yes the extended wheelbase express van is longer by a few inches. I've had both.

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2/25/2020 10:18 AM

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bierbower105 wrote:

Pics of the inside - I have been looking at these lately!

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2/25/2020 10:22 AM

ob wrote:

Yes the extended wheelbase express van is longer by a few inches. I've had both.

Thank you! Did you prefer one over the other? I found an 04 6.0 express with 87k for $5k. I’m really close to pulling the trigger on it.

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2/25/2020 10:27 AM

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The Pro's of the Nissan High roof van. It's a full frame vehicle, not a unibody like some of the other high roof vans. So it should be a little more durable. It's probably the least expensive of the high roof vans. I got this one for around 13k with 100k miles. It has more than enough power from the V6 for hauling, probably wouldn't be good for towing. The engine is a lot easier to work on because it has a hood like a truck instead of van.

The con's. It doesn't have a very long cargo section, so you couldn't really have a bench seat behind the front seats and still haul bikes. It's not the best looking van, but it does grow on you.

I've had it for about 5 months and it's been great. I mostly drive it on short trips, 1hr to 2hr, to the track. But I did make a trip of about 8 hours up to Sonoma for a Supermoto race and it was great. I'm planning on hitting a few of the AMA Supermoto nationals this year, so we'll see how that goes.
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2/25/2020 10:40 AM

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The Pro's of the Nissan High roof van. It's a full frame vehicle, not a unibody like some of the other high roof vans. So it should be a little more durable. It's probably the least expensive of the high roof vans. I got this one for around 13k with 100k miles. It has more than enough power from the V6 for hauling, probably wouldn't be good for towing. The engine is a lot easier to work on because it has a hood like a truck instead of van.

The con's. It doesn't have a very long cargo section, so you couldn't really have a bench seat behind the front seats and still haul bikes. It's not the best looking van, but it does grow on you.

I've had it for about 5 months and it's been great. I mostly drive it on short trips, 1hr to 2hr, to the track. But I did make a trip of about 8 hours up to Sonoma for a Supermoto race and it was great. I'm planning on hitting a few of the AMA Supermoto nationals this year, so we'll see how that goes.

What are you using to hold the helmets?

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2/25/2020 10:49 AM

I finally bought a van and did a build on it. Check out the full post i made on it. https://m.vitalmx.com/forums/Moto-Related,20/MOTO-VAN-build-Chevy-express-duramax,1372465#post_4432450 Photo
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2/25/2020 10:50 AM

Dannyderasmo106 wrote:

What are you using to hold the helmets?

In this pic, it's a Pit Posse helmet holder. You can find them on Amazon or go to Pit Posse directly. But now I use garden hose hangers like these Photo

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2/25/2020 1:16 PM

8tensolutions wrote:

Set up for Mountain Biking, but moto ready too.




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Jeremy Macbeth wrote:

I have roughly the same set-up. AdWag stuff is sure nice. I'm curious what brand those exterior LED lights are. I've been thinking of doing something similar.

What does this conversion run including van purchase?

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2/25/2020 8:57 PM

My 99 express 3500

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2/25/2020 9:36 PM

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2/26/2020 4:52 AM

Had this Ford Boxvan from 1987 - 1996, then purchased the white one. Now, I'm just driving a regular E350 and miss the boxvan every time I go riding. Thanks for all the terrific pictures !!!

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2/26/2020 5:35 AM

My 05 Sprinter. Love this thing.

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2/26/2020 6:15 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/26/2020 6:17 AM

New family project. How does one ride without a diesel sprinter ? This things a damn game changer. No more bustin knuckles and banging my head..... Photo

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2/26/2020 8:03 AM

Cokeham23 wrote:

Anyone happen to know if the extended Chevy vans are longer than the extended Fords? (Cargo, not transit). My buddy said the Chevys are 4inches longer. Tried google, but I’ve gotten varying results for dimensions on the Fords.

ob wrote:

Yes the extended wheelbase express van is longer by a few inches. I've had both.

Cokeham23 wrote:

Thank you! Did you prefer one over the other? I found an 04 6.0 express with 87k for $5k. I’m really close to pulling the trigger on it.

I liked the express way better.

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2/26/2020 3:06 PM

07 Express 2500


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2/26/2020 3:15 PM

Not set up yet but I grabbed another Express...new '19. Photo

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2/27/2020 5:34 PM

Do you guys think 2 50s, 450, Zuma and all the random race stuff would fit in an extended Econoline that has a bench seat also ?

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