This trim panel works perfectly in the awkward space above the Promaster slider door. It’s a real time saver! The panel attaches with screws to the ceiling and the panel on the passenger side “b-pillar”.
Note, the foam blocks installed by the factory at the top of the “b-pillar” must be removed to use this panel. We recommend combining this panel with the Front Columns Trim Panels.
DURABLE QUALITY MATERIALS
Made of 3mm pre-cut molded ABS plastic.
Eliminate tens of hours of complex and frustrating carpentry work.
Much lighter than wood.
CUSTOM PRO LOOK
Curved and molded to perfection. These fit into the space with precision for a high end custom look for a fraction of the price of a professional builder.
EASY TO USE
They are extremely easy to install and cut to suit your needs (Windows? No Problem!)
The panels are a sort of off white/cream color out of the box. However, the colors can vary slightly between panels and batches. We recommend that you customize the panels to match the interior of your van. The panels can be painted with spray paint that is designed for vinyl/plastic. Alternatively, the panels can be covered with fabric or other materials. So far we have tested a few spray paints including Krylon Fusion and SEM Color Coat both of which have held up well. We have also tested high quality latex paint applied with a brush which is not as durable but may be an option in some situations. Check out this video where we test various paints and their durability with these panels!
The panels can be attached to the van structure in a variety of ways. One approach is to drill holes into the van sheet metal and then attaching the panels using "automotive push clips" (similar to how the few factory-supplied panels in a Promaster are attached). Alternatively, you could secure the panels with self-tapping screws covered with screw caps. In both cases the push clips or screw head covers can be painted with to match your interior.
Be sure to check out the other Promaster wall panels we sell. The photos below are of Master Overland’s Malibu conversion which used many of these panels.