I want to fit a better roof lining for my T6.1 LWB Kombi rather than the standard hardboard, but I don’t want carpet, something more like the front roof lining.
Any advice on alternatives and where to get it from please.
Stumbled upon this on ebay:
Plastic moulded panels similar to caravelle or cali:
INTERIOR LINING KIT VW T5 T6 , CARAVELLE CALIFORNIA STYLE, HEAD LINING INCLUDED | eBay
Looks interesting as an alternative to carpet felt lining.
What happens to the van part of the factory lining panels in a kombi during conversion? My 2017 T6 has unmarked roof and side panel linings and I don't know if they are reused and lined / covered as part of the conversion. They seem to be bits of hardboard or cardboard. Do they just get...
Looking at lining the rear upper panel of my tail gate. I have used sticky insulation on the panel but i am now looking at fixing a carpet lined ply panel over it. Has anyone done this and how did you fix your panel as there are no fixing holes?
Anybody that follows us will already be aware that we never stop innovating and trying to push the boundries of what is possible when it comes to our lining packages on the T6 platform. Recently we decided to try to produce some new unique lining panels to offer our customers more scope to add...
We have decided to run a bit of an ongoing special offer at Slidepods for members of the T6 forum that are looking to have their van lined.
From now on all customers who book in with us for a package of ......
Skinz full soundproofing,
Slidepods Eclipse lining and insulation,
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Hey folks. Does anyone know where I can source some CAD files or even a PDF of the standard VW T6 side panels for the rear quarters? I'm after the full rear quarter template which goes from the curve of the rear arch up to the roof.
I’ve had a search but couldn’t find the answer.
When I panelled my T5 the rear quarters had fixing holes around the top rear quarter. My new T6 hasn’t any holes, so what are people doing?
I’m planning my T6 conversion - poptop done and Smartbeds Evo railbed on order for fitting hopefully this month. I’ve got an ICamper table panel to fit to the sliding door.
Having had acres of grey carpet in my T4, I’m not that keen on covering the whole of the interior in fluffy carpet again...
A little while ago I was chatting to @Pauly and he asked if we would be interested in putting together a thread outlining how to go about lining your own van. Up until recently I have been so busy with work and home stuff that I haven't had a chance to do a thing about it and with another baby...
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Recently bought a used t6 Kombi (& love it) with cotrim lining in the back - link below shows on their website (ABS lining bottom right pic)
Looks great but when opening side sliding door the small (hard plastic) pocket on the left scratches the wheel...
Just brought my first Transporter.
Kombi T32 204ps 7sp DSG. Pearl Black.
I'm looking at lining the sliding doors to make it a bit neater inside, maybe with storage.
The Kiravan option looks like it wouldn't work because of the passenger seats in the back.
Has anyone found a solution...
Hi family is growing so needing to convert my van to a kombi, going for seats this weekend and now looking forward further to insulation and carpeting, I’m also guessing I would have to get the windows fitted before the carpeting stage. I have a panel van ply kit but would I need to buy a kombi...
I am doing a DIY job on insulating and putting panels into my Van and have a question or two. I hope you can help :)
I have carpeted some roof ply line panels and put the first one on, however the original thin trim strips don't now fit back on.
A quick look through the threads shows that...
I've visited the site many times over the last year and just bought a T6 kombi for daily driver with intention to convert to a family camper over the next couple of years.
I am starting my research and see that most conversions use a tonne of carpet. I am not the biggest fan and I'm...
Recently bought a kombi and use it for a motorbike, mountain bikes, kids and dogs. I'd like to sound deaden, insulate and line the rear. But I'm a little concerned the carpet will get dirty, wet, smelly etc. I don't want ply lining as I use the van every day. I've been looking but I haven't yet...
I'm hoping someone with a bit more experience here can advise me on how to continue from my current predicament.
Took ownership of a spankers new van on Friday, absolutely over the moon with it. However, in my haste to be able to use it (I do a lot of ferrying dogs around), I ordered a load of...