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Old 02-12-2019, 08:21 PM   #11
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Default Re: Moto-van build

Originally Posted by Shapi View Post
Not sure it will work with Ď19? Iíll give them a call
Here is link I've posted before...


MidCity specifically says it is for a 2019 907 (VS30) Sprinter. A call with certainly be a good idea.

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As I sit waiting for Lizard Skin sound control to dry on the front 1/3 portion of the van, I thought I would post an update. Haven't been able to get too much done because of that thing called work, but last weekend my friend helped, well I helped he did, build my partition. Also got my riv-nut gun, L-track, and a few other parts and pieces in so that I can at least have something functional for our trip to Texas on Thursday. The biggest stress right now is getting the lizard skin to dry on the floor so I can put on a 2nd coat before I put on the floor (hopefully tomorrow). Excited and nervous for how the floor will fit or what alterations I will have to make for the partition. My plan of now is to un-bolt the partition, place floor and re-drill new holes to account now for the 1/2" the floor will add. My plans for Lizard skin on the entire floor as well as their insulating spray on the ceiling will have to wait until it gets warmer. As we speak my wife is heading to ACE to buy another heater that will hopefully put off enough to warm the van for the next 18-24 hours. That will be 3 of these that are in there. It's only 45 degrees outside, but the instructions say it has to be at least 60...fingers crossed....stay tuned!

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