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Can anyone post a pic or link to soem pics of a twin slider with camper units in the back

Been having a search and cant find any

Ive just got one and am looking some inspiration on how to make the most of being able to access the back of the units on the drivers side :confused:

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Got a velle with twin sliders. EEErrrr its a bit of a prob if its a permanent fitting, but guess u could have a standard fit and then get it customized with cupboard access on the back....so when the doors open you can make use of it.
T4Life would prob come up with something....
Or do what Im gonna do and have a pod that you can take in and out?
But it does concentrate the mind...LOL:
 

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We had a T25 twin slider. The layout was kitchen units with fridge, four burner hob and grill behind the drivers seat and sink with cupboards underneath behind the single passenger seat. This left enough room for a walkway through to the cab, It had a full width bed with storage underneath and a hardtop which had a bed but we only used it for storage. We also had some top cupboards. It worked very well for two people but not sure it would work with kids. To get the best out of a twin slider, you really need awning rails on both sides to give you more flexibility.
 

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Im not worried about keeping use of driver side door. Just want to try and make a feature of it in some way. I guess ill use it for access to back of cupoards.
 

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Ours is a twin slider, I had it converted as normal and the spare slider just comes in handy for reaching into the van and grabbing things off the worktop or getting to the back of the cupboards to fix a broken tap!
 

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We did a twin slider shuttle last year for a customer. To be honest the panel can be removed for access, but this was more useful duringthe build rather than for access during use. We did consider exterior access but this would be OK for water / gas which we prefer to keep near the back door therefore leaving this space inside the main living area for things that you will require regular access to.
The full panel then keeps it tidy if you want to open the door for ventilation.

http://www.vwt4forum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=120767
 
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