Wow, I didn't expect to see any replies when I came back, much less so many.
The slider door is fixed. I just needed a nut, washer,and bushing but got the whole unit at the junkyard. Tearing the van in the junkyard apart helped me know how to put it together when I got home.
Here's a shot from the trip:
So other than the slider door, I had my battery isolater/charger go out. I googled around, found the company, and tried to use the warranty. Turns out, I bought a cheap chinese knock off product on ebay. Notice how my old one does not have a logo. The replacement part cost more than the original chinese kit
So I've torn into the back space and started some interior building. I finished out the rounded rear corners to be squared off and built from there. These photos focus on the speaker box build. I was having trouble placing my 6x9s after I changed my floor plan and finally desided to just hang them as removable speakers. The cord is long enough that you can pull them out of the van or move them forward in the van. Still have to finish out the pillars they're mounted on:
Not sure if I've shown this off before, but I also have a zombie sticker:
@dudewithvan - I bought the wheels at Discount Tire. Honestly, I wish they had a touch of white in them. The flooring shrinks and expands with the temperature more than I would like, but it's not a big issue... just looks a bit wrinkled when it's very hot. It's a tad slippery when wet but that's never been a problem. It's extremely durable. It's resistant to some acids, but paint thinner will eat it up. Nothing cuts through it, it's tough flooring. I would definitely do it again. I plan to lay down strips of rugs like floormats on the open floor once the inside is built out. I have had no trouble sliding gear over the floor. Several of my big cases have wheels and they roll just fine. Other stuff slides smoothly.
I did a cool blinker mod, will post some pics soon.