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  1. DIYs and Modifications
    Hi, I'm new here and have spent all morning reading opinions about floors. Didn't find the answer to my question, so I'm making my first post. My husband and I are helping our daughter with a build-out on her 2020 medium roof 148WB Transit. She is 5'8" and does not want her head brushing the...
  2. Camper Vans and Conversions
    I am looking to insulate for 4 season use in Maine and wanted to get some feedback on using DRI-CORE R+ Insulated Subfloor Panels. I have only seen this used in a bus conversion in Canada and was unable to find anything in the forums, so I thought I would check before getting started. Is...
  3. Ford Transit Parts
    Hey there! First off, we're new to the forum and want to say thanks to all the anonymous help we've already received from the friendly folk on this website. We just purchased a 2016 Transit 350 XLT Wagon based on a lot of great info we found here. Over the next several months we'll be...
  4. Ford Transit Parts
    Location: Rochester, NY Area I have 2019 Seats pulled from a lightly used (7000) mile 2019 Ford Transit Wagon XLT. Charcoal Cloth, no stains, have recline feature, arm rests, everything works (belts, latches, etc). Latches include the pull tab. Have some brackets. See picture, only the...
  5. Camper Vans and Conversions
    I'm strongly considering it for our build. I'm surprised I haven't seen it before. It would be pretty trivial with angle and thin plate to bridge over the step completely and then lay your floor over it. Obviously it means a much higher step into the van, but that can be solved with nerf bars...
  6. Camper Vans and Conversions
    I have a 2018 extended high wagon. Rear a/c and floor ducts. I want to leave the floor intact. Need recommendations on how to attach base floor cabinets down without screwing messing up the factory floor. Thanks ahead of time for your help.
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