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Old 03-06-2019, 08:58 AM   #1
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modular over head storage

Does any one know if there is something like this for the s-series vans? Would love to have something like this that is light weight and removable.


https://adventurewagon.com/collectio...-vans-and-suvs
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Old 03-07-2019, 04:32 AM   #2
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Looks as those bags simply attach to readily available L track you could install yourself assuming space and secure attaching points in your particular E-Series build.

Even though those seem intended for the Sprinter bodies it would be great if they came in different sizes.

They do look handy and that they're easily removed if needed and easy to stow certainly makes them interesting potential storage options.
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I bought one of these. They work well. I didnt use a L-track. Didn't seem like that would work. I just rigged it up with 4 bolts going through the slats of the penthouse bed and just let it hang. I had to do some modifications to the product itself. It's well made and holds a lot of crap. It held up without issue the way I installed it from CO-AK-AK-CO & CO-Baja. But I did end up removing it. Came up with some other storage solutions that were less protruding. I now use a bunch of these https://rbcomponents.com/collections/fabric-soft-storage[/url] drilled into one side of the wall and duffle bags. I found that works better for me. Here is kinda of a crappy pix of the Adventurewagon product installed. (right side behind galley).I thought I would have more or a better pix, but I don't. Mine is sitting in storage if any one is interested I would sell it for cheap. But I won't be back state side til end of May
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Old 03-07-2019, 12:54 PM   #4
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I bought one of these. They work well. I didnt use a L-track. Didn't seem like that would work. I just rigged it up with 4 bolts going through the slats of the penthouse bed and just let it hang. I had to do some modifications to the product itself. It's well made and holds a lot of crap. It held up without issue the way I installed it from CO-AK-AK-CO & CO-Baja. But I did end up removing it. Came up with some other storage solutions that were less protruding. I now use a bunch of these https://rbcomponents.com/collections/fabric-soft-storage[/url] drilled into one side of the wall and duffle bags. I found that works better for me. Here is kinda of a crappy pix of the Adventurewagon product installed. (right side behind galley).I thought I would have more or a better pix, but I don't. Mine is sitting in storage if any one is interested I would sell it for cheap. But I won't be back state side til end of May

Iíd be interested in buying yours to try out. The cost of new from the factory (and enough reviews) is whatís keeping me from buying. Could you also take a couple more pics pleeeze. Thanks
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My van and the soft storage are both in Colorado, and I'm currently in Puerto Rico til the end of May. Sorry I'm unable to take more photos or even sell it right away.
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Yessir I understood that from the previous post, no rush at all. Maybe by then you can throw in some mofongo?? Lol
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Another option out there is from Campovans. Their bags come in three sizes and have integrated hooks designed to hang from L-track O-ring fittings. Havenít used them yet but bought one to check out the quality. Bag seems well made and durable and is less expensive than the Mule bag. This photo is from one of Campovans latest conversions. Link is campovans.com
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