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Side door entry scuff plates

There are two versions apparently of this large expensive scuff plate, CK4Z6113228AG for the Van, and CK4Z6113228AE for the Wagon. I am guessing vinyl floor vs carpet floor but what would be the difference and would the carpet model suffice on the cargo van?

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I watched a couple of youtube videos and it appears the scuff plate version for the wagon is a lot taller to accommodate the built up floor height, etc, which may be of some interest to those of you building up your floors. Can anyone confirm this?

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What keeweenawbee said.
I have also poured through threads on DIY builds and modifications. The wagon floor is something like 2" off the metal floor, the cargo is bare or 1/4-3/8" above the top of the ribs with the mat. The wagon floor encloses some ducting as well as providing height for the seat brackets to be more or less flush with seats removed.

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it is hard to say looking at the parts catalog? but the wagon has a 3 inch thicker floor because of the heat ducts in it. http://parts.autonationfordwhitebear.../ck4z6113228ae
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another possible idea from another post i made today: slider door plastic step plate connection
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Actually the wagon floor is approx 1.5 inch's with the convoluted floor leveled. To get back to threshold level after removal of heating duct and seat rails, I reused the standard 1/2'' thick standard flooring (with all heating duct and fillers removed) added 1/2'' Dow insulation, finished of with 1/2'' engineered hardwood flooring.

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Maybe someone (with hands on experience) can figure out exactly (by deduction) then how much taller the wagon scuff plate is than the cargo scuff plate?

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OK lets see if this works.[/IMG] last seat rail/ under floor heat duct and packing
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10 AWG cabling run, fillers in floor, heat duct gone, ready to fold standard floor down.[/IMG]
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Dow insulation over standard floor.[/IMG]

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