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  • #136209
    Anonymous
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    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136211
    Anonymous
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    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136213
    Anonymous
    Guest

    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136215
    Anonymous
    Guest

    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136216
    Anonymous
    Guest

    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136221
    Anonymous
    Guest

    I had the same problem on my
    I had the same problem on my van and removed the bulkhead you are reffering to. There were a couple of small welds which I cut through but 90% of it was just seam sealer. I don’t think it is structural as the combi vans don’t have this bulkhead anyway, and down the sides it is only secured with a small bolt & some sealant. It does take a lot of effort to get out but it really opens up the cab!

    #136219
    Mark Wileman
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    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136222
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136225
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136226
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136228
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136232
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136233
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136234
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

    #136236
    Mark Wileman
    Guest

    2 years on.
    Hi Toby, brilliant conversion! I’m interested how the DIY outfit is holding up compared to a metal rock and roll bed. With wood warping and drying out over time have you experienced any problems? Cheers, Mark.

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