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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-22-2002, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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Cargo Van Interior

During my quest for finishing off my van interior I found this product. I have used the bedrug in the past in my trucks. They make a very nice product. I think some of you guys are going to like this. Unfortunately for me it only comes in grey and I ordered the tan interior (i knew that was gonna bite me in the a$$) It covers both walls, ceiling, floors, doors, Wheel wells and even the fuel tube cover. Each wall comes in one piece and mounts via christmas tree fasteners with no drilling. This sounds like the way to go if you want to carpet your entire interior. i got a price of $675 plus $85 shipping for the whole kit. check it out


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Re: Cargo Van Interior

Looks like the interior that TEAM used on my van. Only a lot less money. It is easy to clean, very rugged and does quiet the van noise down. I like it.

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My van is a shuttle bus, so they don't really make anything that nice and easy.

What I did get was this close cell stuff that weighs in at one pound per square foot or so.

There's some good info there too. Haven't had a chance to put the stuff in yet, but I am excited to do so. Need a weekend off not racing. Maybe this weekend.

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Wish you would have asked here before ordering. I got the kit and was rather dissapointed with it.

The kit comes with no fasteners, and the ones they sent after I called 4 times were the wrong size and did not work. Alot of the holes don't line up. FInding the correct fastener to work in the 1/4" slot is a chore. I ended up using big sheetmetal screws (#36) to hold in the slots.

The kit does not fit very well in the critical areas like the corners and where the long wall meets the cab. The Van Rug floor deal is also WAY overpriced for what you get. It is a good deal for the bed rug in trucks, but not in the van.

For my second van, I ended up putting down an additional layer of jute under the stock rubber mat, then covering the mat with a nice indoor/outdoor carpet from Lowes. Cost was $50 and took me an hour to do it. Beats the heck out of $380 for the Vanrug!

Second time around I went ahead and had a local van/truck shop do the interior. Came out MUCH BETTER, and cheaper in the long run. With the Wise Industries kit you still have to insulate. I got my whole van done, supercargo, with insulation and 3 lights for $800.

Shoot me an email to and I'll send some pics of the current job.
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