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  1. I was gonna say, these look like someone added nutserts. Glad it worked out for you.
  2. Banjeed

    Simple bed

    @Marquizzo it takes a little stuffing but it fits for sure
  3. Banjeed

    Simple bed

    Only had to trim for width. I'm 6'2" and the missus is 5'10" so we have both seats as far back as they can go with no clearance issues.
  4. Banjeed

    Simple bed

    Still working out storage and a few other things on my weekend warrior build, but wanted to report that a cheap tri-fold queen sized mattress with a california king duvet cover around it work great. I wanted the duvet cover to be oversized so I can still fold the mattress up and put up the 2nd row seats when needed. The back two panels of the mattress needed to be trimmed, which I found a box saw made quick work of. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KWDBZZQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00GH2Y1V4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  5. Any chance you're in the NY area? No use for my stock rails now so I'm trying to get rid of them.
  6. This was such a pain in the ass, I figured other dabblers might benefit. This was my stock vehicle. 2014 passenger titanium with those rails on top. I want a rack. Remember that weird tool you bought that "makes drills go around corners"? Does it sound like an "extra expense" now Jennie? DOES IT?! Alright, now some would say you need to take the entire interior apart. They're wrong. You only need to take 3/4 of the van apart. The roof rack on the stock rails has five mount points. The one in the back is very easy to remove. This one was designed by Satan himself and exists beside both an airbag pump, airbag curtain, and the access point doesn't fit standard tool fittings. Then again, the roof rack is as intended. Couldn't be happier with the result. Since I couldn't find much info on where to start this project, I decided to just document it myself! Some of the process
  7. Banjeed

    Need help

    Welcome! Can you post a bit more info? There are a few different head units and versions of Sync installed in these things. Can you post some pics?
  8. Banjeed

    Power Liftgate kit available

    Game changer. Can't wait to hear about it
  9. Banjeed

    Switched power source up top?

    I mounted a dashcam on my '14 wagon up top and just tucked the wires in the trim down to the passenger fuse box with one of these https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LXC2329/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 You'd never know there's a wire with it all tucked away. I wound up using an "add a circuit" to piggyback the switched fuse in there. https://fuse-box.info/ford/ford-transit-connect-2014-2018-fuses-and-relay There's a 7.5A switched fuse at F85 that worked like a charm.
  10. After discovering some other threads on Myford touch wallapapers, I decided to whip one up for mine. Sharing here in case anyone else wants it.
  11. Banjeed

    Happy 2020 everyone.

    Wish you all the best adventures.
  12. https://fuse-box.info/ford/ford-transit-connect-2014-2018-fuses-and-relay Is that page any help to you? It looks like there is a 5A ignition fuse and 7.5A ignition fuse in the passenger footwell of the 2016.
  13. Thanks a ton! That makes a lot of sense. This is a new adventure, but I'm not a stranger to running new lines.
  14. Hi, sorry if this has been posted before, but I can't seem to find any info here. I just joined the club and am looking to upgrade my head unit. When I search Metra and other online retailers, I only see dash kits which have a space for the small LCD like this one. My head unit looks like this ... Anyone have any idea what I'm missing here? I see lots of pictures online of my head unit, is it possible nobody makes an aftermarket double din dash kit? Thanks much
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