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Old 02-25-2012
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Default Chevy Express Cargo Van Shelf Help

The van that i have on hold and will most likely be picking up shortly looks like this in the cargo area:







How can i go about installing some cabinets as well as some garage style hooks to hang brushes and extension cords.

Hooks like the ones holding up the extension cords as well as bottle holders such as the ones in the photo.





Thanks in advance folks.

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Why don't you just buy that van? J/k Nice set up and well equipped.
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Why don't you just buy that van? J/k Nice set up and well equipped.
LoL. Hey Ron i actually was going to buy that van LoL. After talking it over with my girlfriend we came to the conclusion that since we are not ruling out the possibility of moving to the mainland jumping into a brand new van just didn't seem very practical. I really did want the new van though but it's just to big of a hit with new cars now days. That van runs about $33,000 vs the one i am looking to get which is half that.
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Kaleo who makes some decent generator's besides Honda? I like the idea that they r quiet but are very costly.

Also looking for a decent h4 conversion kit to get away from the sealed beam headlights.
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Always wondered how a Mobile auto detail van would look with garage organization components. Looks awesome!
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