Discussion in 'Wild Camping' started by grahammay2, Jul 9, 2016.
Any advise with fitting a window into the rear blank end section in Pilote Mooveo 683.
I would make sure there are no wires but otherwise I would think it's just a big hole and then put the window in.
Think I'd ask the manufacturer, as there may be a high percentage of rigidity involved the the back wall and cutting a hole just might effect the structure. Just a thought and I guess it'll depend on the window size too
Measure twice, cut once, so good luck and let us know, plus pictures of the task so others can follow if required
Look out for wood struts crossing side to side as well
( You may be able to get the approx position from a dealer )
( And It's probably where's bike racks attach at the rear)
Measure measure measure twice & cut once
Don't be tempted to cut undersized it's harder work
Resizing check hole good luck and take your time
It's not a race beware polystyrene bits they stick like
Brown stuff to a blanket and get every where inside and out
I would take great care before affecting the structual integrity of you van.
Yes, don't do it. There might be something there that the manufacturer doesn't want you cutting.
Come on, where's your sense of adventure, out with chainsaw and get to work.
I'm sure @Techno did something similar
Many people advised me not to do it
Weigh it up and make the call
Am I correct to assume that is this the one with the offside 'French' bed and near-side shower? If so, then where are you proposing to put the window and how big?
i would cut the inner first see whats there you can always replace an inner panel
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