Designed to Work Hard
They are built with special plywood and exceptionally durable materials. Each stitching has been reinforced to withstand a 22-pound load. This allows you to hang up to 88 pounds of gear on the door of your van.!
Thin and Light
When you’re not using the Moon Organizer, it doesn’t take up much more space than the original panel covering your van’s door.
Shown On Ford Transit Van
Shown On Promaster Van
The panels can be secured to the rear door with adequately sized self-tapping screws or rivnuts. The window area panels ship with special brackets that attach to the sheet metal around the window with either self-tapping screws or rivnuts. Note: the panels do not have pre-drilled holes that align with any factory holes on the van. Rather, you’ll have to determine where you want to place fasteners and drill both the panel and the sheet metal of the van. Most customers are using self-tapping screws with a screw cap such as these.
In some cases, such as the Promaster example photo below, there are factory holes in the doors that are not covered by the panels. In the example below, the complimentary “window” (middle) panel would have covered those holes.