Rack Kit and Product Selection Blogs

  • Adding Furring Strips In Your Van Build

    Adding Furring Strips In Your Van Build

    First things first: What in the hell is a furring strip?

    A furring strip is an essential element in your camper van conversion that helps create a sturdy framework for attaching interior materials like plywood, paneling, or insulation to your van's walls or ceiling.

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  • It’s Gettin’ Hot In Here

    It’s Gettin’ Hot In Here

    Whether you're chasing snow-covered slopes in the west like Eric and I or exploring warmer southern regions, deciding on a heater for your van build is essential for a comfortable journey.
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  • Beat Burnout and Hit the Road

    Beat Burnout and Hit the Road

    Take your van camping – I mean it. Even if your van isn't entirely finished yet, don't let that stop you from hitting the road. It doesn't have to be a grand expedition or a lengthy camping trip; a short local getaway will do the trick.
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  • Navigating Your Van’s Power Systems

    Navigating Your Van’s Power Systems

    Whether you're going full-on DIY or shopping prefabricated systems, make sure your power system matches your lifestyle. A life on the road is all about freedom and reliability, and nailing your power setup will make every mile that much better.
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  • Swivel Seats, Because Every Inch Counts

    Swivel Seats, Because Every Inch Counts

    Let's talk about one of our absolute non-negotiables – swivel seats. Living in a van means we've gotta be space-savvy, like real-life Tetris masters. Swivel seats take space optimization to a whole new level.
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  • Floor it.

    Floor it.

    If you're anything like us, your camper van is more than just a vehicle – it's your cozy home on wheels. And let's be honest, spending quality time in your van requires comfortable and durable floors that can handle your adventures. So, let's dive into the nitty-gritty of flooring and make sure your van becomes the ultimate travel companion.
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    You Need Ventilation In Your Campervan

    You need a well-ventilated van. Ventilation not only helps keep you more comfortable on warm days but is a necessity when cooking to help reduce humidity and unwanted odors in your van.
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    Using A Sound-Deadening Product

    Sound-deadening products like Kilmat can help to keep down noise coming in and going out of your van. While insulation materials can reduce sounds, some people choose additional products to further soundproof their vans.
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