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    Front Floor Removal to Access Wiring Channels

    I have a 2004 T1N Sprinter and I want to add wiring for RV purposes - 12v DC. If I understand some things I read here, there are wiring channels between the front seats which I want to access. Has anyone accessed these wiring channels? Do I need to remove the factory rubber/plastic floor? If...
  2. T

    2019 Factory Floor Fit in 2012?

    I know they changed the overall design for the 2019 model year, but any chance the factory wooden floor from a 2019 would fit in a 2012? Both are 2500's and 170WB cargo models.
  3. I

    NCV3: 2006-2018 L-track Embedded 144 Floors -California

    FLOOR ONLY (accessories purchased separately) The Travois Pro Floor is a form-fitting, one-piece, insulated floor embedded with L-track. The L-track allows you to add modular accessories, such as Travois RNR seat/beds and single seats that are variable location on demand and easy in/out...
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    Travois Rock and Roll Seat Bed and L-track floor system now available in the US

    Our best seat bed system has it all: 6'8" bed, full suite of safety features, variable location on demand, insulated form-fitted L-track floor, accepts modular accessories and crash tested to all known North American and European standards. Available in the US now. www.travoisusa.com...
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    Location of second fan: floor or roof?

    I installed a fantastic fan on the rear part of the roof. Since the Sprinter (T1N) doesn't have windows, a second vent (more like a whole with a net) is necessary for wind flow. Would you recommend a floor or roof vent? The ceiling seems more common, but think about it, a floor vent -...
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    Thinsulate floor - securing problem

    I am building my floor using Thinsulate and plywood and have ran into some problems attaching the floor to the van. I know that floating floors are one option but read the final paragraph for why I don’t like that solution. I have laid down PVC firing strips on the van floor and attached w/...
  7. T

    Electric wiring in floor - Bad idea?

    I am running most of my electrical wiring through the walls and ceiling however there's a few places where it would be easier to run through the floor. For example, connecting my battery which is front of the rear right wheel-well to the heater which is under the passenger seat. I would have to...
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    Flooring-to insulate or not

    I keep going back and forth about pulling up the factory flooring and putting down some insulation and then plywood floors. Its a lot of extra work, but is it necessary? I lose so much heat through windows and I'm putting in an espar heater. Here's what I want to know...will it help that...
  9. travisap

    Floor: 3M Thinsulate or Reflectix Insulation?

    Looking for feedback on this floor design. Planning to use the van in warmer months/climates (not winter). We're planning to hire a local contractor to spray foam Icynene on the walls and ceiling. Layer 1: Sound deadening strips (spaced accordingly) Layer 2: 3M Thinsulate or Reflectix Layer 3...
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    L- Track Install on Floor

    After a lot of back and forth on how build out the inside of my 3500 I have finally decided to use L-track as well as 80/20 aluminum extrusion. I would like some help from all the experts here on how to attach the L- track to the floor of the sprinter. Currently I have the stock composite...
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    Misc Sprinter Stock Items for sale

    Located in West Seattle (Washington) Currently available: - various OEM headliners $130 for whole set- $20 for single piece - various OEM Floors - $80 - 1 OEM bench seat - 1 pair of OEM front seats (no seat boxes, not heated) $350 each - 1 captains seat with seat box, has a small hole in seat...
  12. J

    Floor vent

    Can anyone share their experiences using/making floor vents? I'm debating between a DIY hole with a screen or a 6" deck plate. I like the idea of DIY because I want the removable piece to be insulated and blend in with the flooring when not in use. But the deck plate just seems a tad easier to...
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    Flooring: Bedrug Vanrug Cargo Mat

    Anyone have experience / feedback using this product as flooring in a van build? Manufacturer gives it an R-4 rating. It's caught my eye since the bottom has matching ribs to fit snug into the van floor. Not sure how soft it is, but wondering if it would be firm enough to create a flat stable...
  14. K

    Replacing OEM Front Foam Floor

    When we got our 2007 Dodge (3500, 170in) the floor in and around (between seats) in the front was in bad shape. The foam underfoot had been waterlogged and was moldy so we pulled it all our and trashed it. I had to do some rehab on the metal floor of the van. Now I'm trying to figure out how to...
  15. theOMsound

    Floor Insulation

    Hi there! A question about flooring.... We ripped of the old plywood in order to see what was under there so we can soundproof and insulate, as we're semi-converting our van into a touring setup - storage in the back with a row of seats just behind the driver row, and beds up top. We don't need...
  16. theOMsound

    Riveted Floor? 2006 T1N

    Hey everyone! I'm new to the forum but have been using it for info for a while now; what an amazing, community based resource! Ok, to business: Has anyone seen a floor like this? I have a 2006 T1N that I'm converting into a tour van (we're musicians) - adding seats, insulating, and potentially...
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    2016-170 Headliner, Floors, Sidepaneling-CA

    Headliner with some most of the plastic clips- This does not include the headliner piece above the driver and passenger- $150 Rubber flooring that has Crew van cutouts. It does have the markings to cut out for passenger van with D rings- We kept two d rings.- $75 Side paneling for lower rear...
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    Would you use spray foam on the floor?

    I am new to using spray foam - just started the walls yesterday, but I am wondering why people don't use it on the floor? It seems that be the perfect solution to filling the uneven valleys in the flooring. I assume if I have an issue with curing too quickly I could even cross cut the sub...
  19. mugget

    Composite Flooring: Waterproof, Rotproof, DIY

    Hi folks, Some of you may have seen a thread I started a little while ago exploring the options available for a waterproof, hose out interior. Well it's all done now so I thought I would post back with some details in case anyone else was interested or finds it useful. First up I needed a...

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