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The Promaster Bed Panels allow for even more room for your sideways bed. Gain 3 additional inches of space!
Out of stock! Next shipment is due mid-October!
*Due to the manufacturing process please expect minor differences in texture/sheen from batch to batch. We have no control over this.
This bed panel is the same for both the left and right sides (driver and passenger sides).
Sized for the bed area of the Promaster 136" & 159″ wheel base. If you have a 159″ extended van (or you need a wider bed than around 54"), you’ll need an extra panel for a total of 3x panels. You’ll need to cut the left and right sides in the middle and then “splice in” a section of the extra (third) panel to extend the middle section of the left and right panels.
Panel Dimensions: 50.4″ (128cm) x 31.5″ (80cm) **Please measure your van carefully to see the space this panel covers
Maximum window cut out size: 39.4″ (100cm) x 19.6″ (50cm)
Van Wall Panels
The panels can be attached to the van structure in a variety of ways. One approach is to drill holes into the van sheet metal and then attaching the panels using "automotive push clips" (similar to how the few factory-supplied panels in a Promaster are attached). Alternatively, you could secure the panels with self-tapping screws covered with screw caps. In both cases the push clips or screw head covers can be painted with to match your interior.
Window Cut Outs
For factory glass windows or factory-style windows such as CR Laurence or AMA windows, we recommend you cut the window opening large enough that the metal area surrounding the window is exposed so that you can use magnetic window coverings.
If you're using European-style acrylic windows (Dometic, Artic Tern, etc.) you'll need to construct a 3/4" (20mm) deep wooden frame for the window and then cut the corresponding window opening into the panel. After this you can install the panel and finally the interior window shade.
We recommend using a jig saw with a low tooth count wood blade. Be sure to keep the saw/blade moving so that you don't melt the plastic with the hot blade during the cutting process. After the cut, you can finish the edges with a file or sand paper. You can trim the edges with Trim-Lok type edge guard (1/8" edge and 7/16 leg length). The edge guard can be painted with to match your interior.