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Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 03:25 #1

Does anyone shoe out of a van here? If so, do you have pics to share?

My husband set up a camper van (high ceiling) for me and I'm curious for ideas that others have for working out of a van.

I chose a van over a truck because I thought it would be easier to set up for a smaller person such as myself (5'2")to be able to reach everything comfortably, and to keep electrical devices out of the weather.

I was worried too about maneuvering in tight spots with a trailer, again whay I chose the van.

So, anyone want to share their van set up?
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 03:38 #2

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I work out of a VW Transporter. Have worked out of one for about 10 years. Really like them. Here it is the most practical rig.


Got my shoes up front. Had them on the side once, but found out like them better up front.



Got place for nails, pads, files, or what ever.



Shoeing box is held in place with a shoe nailed to the floor, toe clipped holding the wheel in place. Hoof stand is a double clipped shoe with clips up holding the stand. Gas bottles are firmly held in place.



Anvil held in place with wood form around the base, sitting on a rubber mat. Build bench, forge swing arm. welder under table, small drawer to hold stuff. Between drawer and anvil is steel of different sizes if needed. Electrical plugins on the left side, place to hand grinder disks, tools, welding hood, safety goggles.
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 04:25 #3

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Eileen,
A van is an excellent choice. Before I got my trailer I used a van and really liked it.

I think it makes a much better rig than a pickup and doesn't require any real alterations. Enjoy it, It will serve you well.
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Setup to work. Like the back that lifts - keeps me dry if it is raining (does a lot here in Denmark)



Anvil stand and chaps loaded.

Works for me. I like the setup. Probably many different things one can do.

Mikel
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 05:05 #5

Wow, great pics Mikel! :)

I'm getting some good ideas looking at your rig! :) Thanks! :)

I'll get some pics of my van up over the weekend and see if you have any suggestions from your experience.
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 05:15 #6

Thanks for the vote of confidence in the van George. I was really torn on whether to fit our dually out with a removeable bed (we need it to pull trailer) or whether to go with a van.

I think I can get into the backyard places better with a van and feel a bit of comradarie with the backyard owner as I am one myself. :)

Keeping dry here in the Pacific North West is a concern! :)
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 06:30 #7

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EileenHughes wrote:
Thanks for the vote of confidence in the van George. I was really torn on whether to fit our dually out with a removeable bed (we need it to pull trailer) or whether to go with a van.

I think I can get into the backyard places better with a van and feel a bit of comradarie with the backyard owner as I am one myself. :)

Keeping dry here in the Pacific North West is a concern! :)

That's one of the big things here for me as well - keeping dry. I am from Idaho so moving to Denmark weather wise was like moving to the coast - wet, wet and wet. With the back opening up, it lets me work under it keeping dry. Also is great for my forge - don't have to worry about side doors getting in the way. I don't have to worry about my shoes, tools and such as well. My last van had a door on both left and right side. Liked that much better. But didn't have enough money to by a new van and spec it out, so had to take one with just a right side door. It is a turbo diesel and gets about 13.5 km per liter which is good. Taking in the fuel cost, is ok. We have a lot of narrow roads here and it lets me back into places real well. Many times I can open the back directly into the stable so is good as well.

I am sure there are other guys out there as well that got van setups to get some ideas from.

Mikel
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RE:Shoeing Vans 23 Dec 2006 06:56 #8

One of my favorite all-time rigs was my old Corvair van. It had doors on both sides and the back. I dropped an "A" frame set of storage bins (bought from an auto supply store) in the middle and could access pretty much everything.... had a coal forge and my anvil at the back door.

The only drawbacks I remember were 1) extra noise, 2) extra smell, and 3) extra flies.
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danverschild wrote:
The only drawbacks I remember were 1) extra noise, 2) extra smell, and 3) extra flies.

That's the nice thing about the Transporter, the back is seperate from the cab.
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RE:Shoeing Vans 27 Dec 2006 02:21 #10

Here are two interior pictures of my van. These were taken as I was packing up. I keep my shoes in the wooden box opposite the workbench. Above the seats is where I keep nails and miscellaneous.

It's a little clumsy, but I'm sure I'll make it more user friendly as I go along. I was told that no matter what my set-up, that I would change it 100 times, so I'm trying to be content.

Everything gets strapped in. We will be putting a nylon net between seats and cargo for safety. Because of the passenger seat placement we can't do a solid divider easily. I also want to get a steel mesh cover or wire cover to go over back window to help keep the honest folks honest.

I'd also like to get a swing arm for my forge and mount it at the back so that I do not have to unload it when I can work right by my van.

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