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post #61 of 68 Old 11-25-2015, 08:19 AM
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I very nearly went that route. I ended going with the Penda kit because I just don't have the time.
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post #62 of 68 Old 11-25-2015, 04:50 PM
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Big wally, the panels with stretch carpet sound interesting. Would like to see pictures of your panels if you are so inclined.
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I will try and post some photos, next week.
It's a little cold up here in Alberta at this time of year.
-26C this morning.
And I don't have a garage.
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I wrapped these in a carpet material, it's actually called trunk liner, it's like a 4 way stretch carpet, easy to work with.
Saw a you tube video on a fellow covering the wheel arches on a VW T5, check it out. One piece of material to cover the wheel arch.


Any source for this fabric? Seems like a great option!
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I am debating between the Penda and Legends cargo wall liners. Does any one have a recommendation either way? Any help is very much appreciated.
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post #66 of 68 Old 12-29-2016, 01:29 AM
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I'm following this thread too; this for an RV camper conversion.
I'm lucky the she-boss isn't particular about fancy walls and ceilings
I'm just dubious about Legends claimed R value. A decimal point in my line of work can kill.
I guess a decimal point in their line of work gets more sales.
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Originally Posted by ollie View Post
I used this product for wall liners
http://www.homedepot.com/p/t/2024891...18&R=202489118
it works well ,
i still have 5 panels for sale, it is enough for 136WB LR .
I am in Chicago.
I bought the same stuff from Lowes for $5.80 a sheet. Took about 6 sheets to cover the inside...
I used a razor knife to cut it to size and indoor / outdoor "Grab it" construction adhesive to make it stick.

I then bought several pre-cut outdoor carpet strips, trimmed them to size and used 3m spray adhesive to line the walls.

My promaster comes back from the vinyl wrapper today so I'll take photos.
And fwiw, I also carpeted the bulkhead, front and back.
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I am not involved in this issue at all, but I do have to commend your company for stepping up being willing to resolve this concern. You should at least get a cookie for your work here!
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