Back wall done, electrical and propane are the big hitters now.
For propane, I'm gonna start with a 100 lb tank mounted to the back of the truck. All the appliances are 3/4" pipe, so that's what I'll use. I spoke with our propane shop before I did any work (there is always someone who knows all about anything you need to know at the specialty stores). I did a little calculating as well...
Piping will start at the back passenger side, go under the truck to just behind the water heater on the drivers side, then penetrate into the work space.
Here's how it looks..hard to tell orientations when taking pics from underneath the chassis. I'll try make sense of it..
Looking from under the passenger side, back of the truck. This is where it comes in from the tank, and heads to the driver side:
Held by hanger wire for now.
Up the frame rail and through a cross member:
Through another cross member, and out and down to clear the frame rail:
Around said frame rail, then up into work space:
Nothing is secured well yet, but it will be later.
Just general layout. Up into work area:
The union is the first separation since the back. It allows a disconnect before the penetration. The water heater tees off this line. You can see the control wires in the pic above. We're on the driver side wall of the truck here.
Interior later. Propane tank holder is next. Baby steps.
Not really, built it pretty quick. Mock up:
The plate is for the regulator mount. This will be brushed and coated with truck bed liner.
I predrilled all the holes in the tubes before welding. Everything will be match drilled to the frame I built for the back wall. The back wall has supports just for this frame. Measurements were matched to the frame cross members for mounting.