View Poll Results: Buy a kit or DIY your own WVO conversion?
I bought a kit (and would get a kit if I did a 2nd vehicle) 0 0%
I bought a kit (but would homebrew next time) 0 0%
I bought a kit but modified/adapted it 0 0%
I made the conversion from scratch myself! (but would buy a kit next time) 0 0%
I made the conversion from scratch myself! (and would again) 0 0%
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I had help from someone else who did this before 0 0%
I had help but didn't really need it afterall 0 0%
I had no help but wish I had had it 0 0%
I had no help but didn't need it, went fine 0 0%
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Old 05-18-2009, 08:53 PM   #1
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Join Date: May 2009
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Posts: 85
Year: 2012
Coachwork: Need bus-as-home over RV
Chassis: still looking
Did you buy a kit or do your own WVO conversion?

Did you buy a kit or did you make your own conversion? Especially for those who made their own how well did it work, did you have any unexpected problems or things the various 'instructions' and general knowledgebase didn't really talk about?

If you converted a second vehicle would you buy another kit or would you try to homebrew?

Would you recommend someone mechanically skilled but whose never done a WVO conversion try to do it themself to save money, or get help, or just get a kit?



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