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Luna 76 Sopru Campmobile

Discussion in 'Resto Corner' started by Luna76, Apr 13, 2020.

  1. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    Thanks Barry feels like a long road but I know a short one compared to some. Looking forward to spending the summer cruzing and camping rather than in the shed with a grinder...
     
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  2. Grantus

    Grantus Well-Known Member

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    After all the effort, it’s now just time to enjoy the ride...........;)
     
  3. onetrackwonder

    onetrackwonder Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations on your effort, what a beauty she now is, well done, cheers Greg
     
  4. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    Not posted for a while, mainly been enjoying the van. Until engine unable to be turned over by hand at service, only 4500km since rebuild
    Main bearing high spot. Engine pulled apart and reassembled under warranty

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  5. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    IMG_3231 (1).jpg IMG_4875 (1).jpg IMG_5636 (1).jpg Roof rack painted, bullbar painted and re-installed, designed and printed Sopru style wheel cover
     
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  6. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    D7D5E391-ECEC-4F17-AB8F-24EEA5A58E46.jpeg Finally got round to installing the deluxe trim and card I got hold of.
    I don’t have the aluminium trim that goes on the bottom edge does anyone have a photo of what it looks like and how it installs?
     
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  7. Wayne murray

    Wayne murray Well-Known Member

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    Sorry I don't have a better photo of the piece on it's own. It is J shape with a cut out in one end.(as you may see in bottom left photo #1 where the B pillar comes down) It has 3 pop rivets holding it on.
    Use close end rivets as the rivet goes into the wheel well and you have to also seam seal over the rivets in the wheel well.
    The aluminium trim is also holding the top of the rubber mat that goes around the seat pedestal.
    The bottom of the aluminium J section is what holds the bottom of the trim panel as well.

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  8. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    Thanks Wayne
     
  9. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    Finally got round to the curtains C92E7374-6A1B-451F-BB9D-8F4A1DB9704D.jpeg 21FDFC1F-F66E-4585-8F3E-5C4FAF57E351.jpeg 59EEBD1E-EE95-4266-B596-455329109D91.jpeg CB456444-774B-4AC8-9F53-7D26EBAB7721.jpeg
     
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  10. Richard Bickle

    Richard Bickle Active Member

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    wow yours is SS? mine is just plain steel but still works I guiess .. this is great work BTW
     
  11. Richard Bickle

    Richard Bickle Active Member

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    hi can i ask where you got the blue and white stripped one ?
     
  12. Richard Bickle

    Richard Bickle Active Member

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    and that roof rack thingy?
     
  13. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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    Roofrack is the original Sopru Campmobile one. Picked it up off Gumtree. The original one on the clamps have “Campmobile” stamped in the metal. There are occasionally ones up for sale $100-$300.

    Good quality repro ones are for sale:

    https://www.facebook.com/commerce/products/6121796967892610/
     
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  14. newbi

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    what is the foil looking insulation you used on floor and side, im looking at doing mine
     
  15. Luna76

    Luna76 Active Member

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  16. Wiz

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    Looks like DynaMat to me https://www.dynamat.com/. DynaMat is used to stop vibration and reduce road noise. Laminated Bitumen and foil. Full coverage not required as it's role is to dampen vibration. Think Rolf Harris and the wobble board.

    Normally covered with a layer of DynaLiner insulation which is a closed cell synthetic foam.

    Carbuilders in Vic https://www.carbuilders.com.au/ make similar products. How-to Videos on their website. I've used their Mass noise liner and Exhaust heat shields and very happy with the quality and service.
    PR
     
  17. Wiz

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    Here's some pics of the HiAce 'rough camper' sound deadening/insulation.
    Roof was re-glued to the beams. DynaMat patches fitted to the roof - just enough to stop the drumming. ThermalBreak taped to the corflute-like original headlining.
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    DynaMat stuck on the sides with DynaLiner on top. No paneling on top so they do cop the odd tear.

    I have made covers using ThermalBreak to put over windows and windscreen when used as a camper .
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    Since I mentioned it earlier... exhaust heat shield using supplied standoffs and hose clamps.
    This is how I will do the Baywindow exhaust under the rear bumper.
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    PR
     
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  18. newbi

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    bit worried about doing the roof and it falling onto new liner
     
  19. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    it sticks like sh!t
     
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  20. Wayne murray

    Wayne murray Well-Known Member

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    Problem can it cause sweat between the dynamat and the metal roof causing rusting issues?!
     

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