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Old 12-06-2019, 08:23 AM   #41
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Not to put a damper on the discussion, but this thread is a For Sale thread by a member here. How about starting a new discussion thread so Nothleftcoast can keep this thread focused on selling his product?



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Great idea...didn't realize this was northleftcoast's thread.....
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Old 12-06-2019, 11:48 AM   #42
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3. For the extended van bodies, there is a large area between the under frame members that is before the spare tire area. That area interests me for a storage box and then I can keep my spare tire under the van.
Why isn't this area being used for a storage box?
Iíve made a couple of double box setups for guys on the forum with EB vans. One smaller one in the rear and a larger one forward where the typical XL sized box for a RB would go.
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Have you done any for GM vans? I'm interested and will likely need to get you some measurements I'd think.
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My buddy has a gm van here at work today. I’ll take a peek underneath. I imagine that it would be pretty close to my standard sizes. It’s not a problem to customize plus or minus a couple inches in any of the dimensions.
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Ok great. One caveat would be that mine is a passenger van and has floor mounted seating rails all the way back. If his doesn't have them then I'll likely need to measure which is no problem.
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