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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-12-2019, 04:09:PM Thread Starter
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So a couple of weeks ago we got our new to us, shiny like new 2018 Transit 148" WB high roof extended. Stripped out the interior and touched up the floor paint. Next step is to hang a gray water waste tank behind the rear axle - lots of space there. I'm wondering what to do with the removed wall panels and floor mat. I've posted it on the web for sale sites, but it seems like no interest. Has anyone got any suggestions?
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I have a friend looking for panels in Oregon. Where are you located?

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Victoria BC, Just up the coast.
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The wall panels could be trimmed to fit a shorter van.
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If you're going to put in walls and a floor, you might want to hang onto your existing parts to use as templates. Then get rid of them.

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What was under the wall panels& flooring? I assume you had the black plastic"cargo protection" panels and vinyl floor mat?
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What is your asking price? We may be interested in taking them in on trade for Thinsulate(TM) SM600L insulation or other items we have for your build. We are in Hood River, OR if you feel like taking a drive in your new van. We have a lot of customers who come from up north for our supplies and to get help/advice on their builds. Probably worth the trip just for the tax savings. Oregon has no sales tax.

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Progress report:
Gray tank 28 Gal. installed behind rear axle, floor framing complete and floor insulation is done. Next steps are the 120 ac power, the water lines and the plywood flooring!
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Progress report:
Gray tank 28 Gal. installed behind rear axle
Any chance you got a picture of mounting location and tank dimensions? Did you remove the spare?
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