Both panels test-fitted in place.
Now the floor’s back out to trim it to fit (to allow for the edging pipe/strip I plan to staple all around the edge.
Time to trim…
Still having fun with a seeming slight difference in part length.
The drawer doesn’t want to stay on it’s rails, some adjustment needed I think.
The rear roof unit (above the rear seat).
All mocked up in line, looking good!
So I’ve had a busy weekend on the van 🙂
I ended up using two tubes of adhesive and nearly finished, so will have to buy a third one.
Next I got the two front seats installed along with their swivels. I’ve purchased a secondhand single passenger seat (finished in VW Place trim) to replace my double one. I got the two seat swivels from Kiravans.
The driver swivel comes with spacers to lift the seat so it can clear the handbrake, they’re fitted first.
They have a slot to take the original nut.
Then it’s a simple job of fitting the swivel to the seats with four fixings, next the seat can be bolted to the swivel.
Picking up on a comment on an earlier post, this photo shows the angle of the level on the passenger seat. As can be seen there’s plenty of room.
This is the level on the driver seat, after I’ve carefully bent it to not clash with the plastic seat base.
Time to sound insulate the cab floor. I purchased a bulk pack of Silent Coat 2mm Mat Bulk for £85 from the Sound Deadening Shop.
Now I just have a few bits to put back (although TBH, this includes the head-lining I took down too, to check cabling routes etc).