2017 RAM ProMaster 2500 Conversion

I picked up my ProMaster during the first week of June, 2017.  Prior to actually getting the van though, I had already spent weeks detailing different designs to try to get an idea of what I wanted to do.  With so little space, it was incredibly important to me to start this conversion off on the right foot, and with a plan.  My engineering background and previous experiences with small projects and woodworking definitely came into play here.

The conversion process spanned from the beginning of June until I moved in during the first week of September (although, I'm definitely not finished).  Having built something that is sustainable for me to live in while pursuing a career in engineering and a life of adventure, I have learned quite a few lessons.  While the van is more than equipped for everyday life now, there are certainly some pieces that I feel I rushed through in order to finish on time.  Come the spring time, I'll likely try to re-build several components; but for now, I'm enjoying my hard work and taking a bit of a break.

I am currently working on putting together "how-to" guide, detailing my thought processes and reasoning behind doing things the way that I did, as well as how I actually followed through with the construction.  Stay tuned for that!

In the meantime though, check out some of the posts I've written about the build, as well as the gallery of conversion photos below!

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