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Old 03-06-2020, 10:18 AM   #1
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Smile Econoline Van Inside Door Panel Organizers

We made this up for a 2008 Ford Econoline 350 yesterday.

We would love your thoughts, what layout / design would you like to see and on what door.

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Old 03-06-2020, 12:34 PM   #2
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How about on the inside of the aluminess box like this:
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I keep mi fire pit and generator in there and the firepit on top touches the door when closed right in the middle. Other than that this is great place to put often used tools.
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Absolutely we could do that, I have an aluminess box, maybe I will make up one

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How about on the inside of the aluminess box like this:
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That's an interesting creation but I do wonder if the fabric is or should be attached to any sort of rigid backing material?

What holds these to the door shells--what sort of fasteners?
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That's an interesting creation but I do wonder if the fabric is or should be attached to any sort of rigid backing material?

What holds these to the door shells--what sort of fasteners?
You remove your existing inside door panels, and slip this organizer over your existing panels, out back using the factory plastic plugs that held it on originally
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I'm interested in the side door (barn door) for a 2001 E350. Where can I get pricing and order info...…..<peregrinate@hotmail.com> Thx Steve
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what about a shoe rack for the skinny side door or one of the rear doors??
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Absolutely We would love to make something like that





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what about a shoe rack for the skinny side door or one of the rear doors??
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I'd be interested in a shoe organizer. Wouldn't be for an Econoline.

Space I'm looking at is 14 wide by 22 tall so the organizer couldn't be larger than that.

Need to hold hiking boots as well as shoes up to man size 12.

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