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  1. Introductions
    Hi, we're a small team out of Monterey, CA that focuses on precision-engineered storage for adventure vans and overland vehicles. We launched our store in 2021, and we look forward to any questions or product development recommendations. Our Story Our Products Thanks for welcoming us to the...
  2. Ford Transit Parts
    Features: L-Track mounted for adjustable location Canadian and EU certified pull tests (with their floor) ISO fix latches for car seats Adjustable head rests Full sized bed when folded down Condition: In perfect unused condition excluding the tiny tear in the fabric that was there on delivery...
  3. Ford Transit Classifieds
    Rare Rock and Roll bed. Selling a 2 person seat that turns into a bed. $1800 obo, they run over $3k if you can even find one. Leather excellent condition. Base has been modified to lower seating height.
  4. Camper Vans and Conversions
    Looking for a company that can do a conversion in phases. I'm not where I can build it out myself (live in apt) since I don't have the room/space. I want to do this in phases, so am thinking solar first, then bed kit (looking at flarespace for this) etc but if someone has done something like...
  5. Camper Vans and Conversions
    Hello all, I ordered the 2022 Transit Crew Van today. Regular (130) WB - Low Roof Does anyone know the dimensions of the cargo space behind the second row of seats? (Back of seat to the back doors) Cheers!
  6. Ford Transit General Discussion
    Hello Creative Minds! We are in need of your fantastic ideas, skills, and knowledge on how to add a raised bed inside our 15 passenger high roof. We are thinking some sort of removable panel system. THE CHALLENGE: we do not want to add any modifications to the walls of the van and we do not...
  7. Camper Vans and Conversions
    I'm putting a 72x75" short king in my 148" MR, using the Ikea ribs hooked onto side rails as mentioned in many posts here. Of course it would take two sheets of plywood cut down with a seam. My thoughts are laying the 3/4" sanded plywood with the seam east/west; in case of a rear end crash...
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