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Utility floor / motorcycle hauling

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Here are a couple of photos of the utility floor that I just finished building for my 2014 LWB Transit Connect.

The floor is constructed from two sheets of 1/2" underlayment plywood (glued and screwed together) and covered with vinyl garage flooring. The floor can be easily removed. It is fastened down using 3/8" bolts at 6 points. I used three strips of L-track to allow for a variety of tie-down options for hauling motorcycles and other items. I plan to make a couple of cross bars with eye bolts at the ends to create tie down points near the walls of the van and past the edges of the plywood. The cross bar can be bolted to the L-track.

I should be able get two motorcycles inside by using the cross bars for the tie downs and the outer L-track strips for the wheel chock.  When carrying two motorcycles, the front wheel has to be turned toward the side doors to provide handlebar clearance.



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interesting layout. where did you get that track from?

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