Originally Posted by Gryphon
The down side is you have to leave that space open on both sides of the van, which reduces the amount of space you can use for the galley, bathroom, and other cabinets. Although, if you're building your own, you could go ahead & put a counter in front of the passenger side door & just not use that door.
According to the Transit website, the driver side sliding door is a $650 option on the high roof van.
Yeah it is looking as if our van build would be minimal - so no shower - just a small cabinet for a Port A Potty.
And no kitchen.
Plus that area would have the captains chair - right behind the driver - so in some ways having a 2nd slider behind the driver would be nice for having 2 ways in and out of the main body of the van. Plus lots of cross breeze on hot days.
Anyone know of any downsides to a 2nd slider, in terms of maybe a bunch more road noise ? Or something like that. (?)