Standard RB-112S Plan and variations of it are very popular. The dinette/bed cushions can be any length. If a vertical partition is included between the right dinette and galley, a bifold privacy door can be included.
"We will use our Sprinter for long pleasure trips and our second car." — Rob and Julie Rucker
Rob and Julie made the following changes to their RB-112S. Two 15"x45" screen slider windows have been installed in place of the standard Sprinter 70" long windows. The upper L shelf includes the optional front with doors. Additional options include the TV and cabinet, microwave, attic fan, and marine deck vinyl in place of the standard carpet.
Day/night shades are standard for all side windows. The windshield and cab doors include a form-fitted curtain.
The Sprinter RB van is only 18'5" long outside, but look how roomy it is inside. Note that the table includes a bottom slide board rather than a permanent table leg mount recessed into the floor. The table swivels and can be any size. Also use it up front and outside.
This Dinette "L" seats six. Seat belts are included. Seat cushions hinge up for storage access.
The table can be any shape or size. The table, leg and bottom support board stow behind the driver's seat.
You can leave one side of the dinette for seating and use the other side for a lounge.
The dinette seats slide out on steel roller tracks in seconds for 30"-wide single beds.
Or slide the single beds together for one 60"-wide bed. It's quick and easy.
The rear is very comfortable for reading, watching TV, napping, or a good night's sleep. Day/night shades provide privacy.
Another Modified RB-112S Plan
The Standard RB-12S cabinets behind the driver's seat were changed as shown.
Notice how the overhead cabinets can also extend into the sliding-door opening. (O)
"Originally we thought we would need an extended body Sprinter. After careful study we decided the regular body would work. Plus, Julie can park it in a regular parking space at work, and we will get even better miles per gallon."
—Caroll and Jason Carothers
There's plenty of space in the cab. The laptop computer also can conveniently locate on the galley extension.
There's abundant storage throughout. The closet is below the microwave convection oven. (O)
The Porta Potti (O) stows out of the way.
The TV (O) will swing out for viewing from the front. A cabinet was fitted for the owners' Bose radio/CD player.