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Old 11-18-2018, 02:04 PM   #11
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Another vote for "3M Thinsulate".

Expensive and worth it!
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Old 11-18-2018, 03:13 PM   #12
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Hi all,
After years of borrowing my dads SMB I finally bought a van of my own. Just started converting a 2006 e350 passanger van eb and have seen many different opinions about insulating between the double walls. Spray foam and fiberglass seem to be frowned upon for builds but I can't think of anything else to fit in the tight, hard to access, cavitiy.
I mainly plan on using the van mainly as a weekender but plan on spending time in the snow and would love to stay as warm as posdible without running heater all the time. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
I used EZ cool (Reflectix is also used, but more expensive) rolls on the exterior walls and floor. On the floor, I used foil faced rigid Styrofoam and on the walls I used 1 1/4" ROXUL for the walls. They kept the heat in and the cold out!
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