Ford Transit Headliner Shelf DIY Kit

$119.95

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  • SAVE 80% - Build your own Headliner Shelf out of plywood for a fraction of the competitors’ price.
  • NO MODIFICATION - Drilling not required, final assembly using only hand tools.
  • PERFECT FIT - Engineer designed brackets & paper template.
  • MADE IN USA - ISO certified manufacturer ensures your safety on the road.
  • GUARANTEED - We’re in this to make van building easier, not harder. If you have any issues, we’ll buy it back from you.

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The Process

1. Purchase your kit with FREE shipping.

2. Trace shelf outline from template on your choice of plywood.

3. Cut and bevel with jigsaw.

4. Paint or wrap in fabric to match your interior design.

Frequently Asked Questions

A model-year specific 1-1 scale paper template, mounting brackets and fasteners, and a postcard with important details on the next steps of your shelf build

Basic woodworking skills: You're already building out a van - this is easy in comparison!

Required tools: Jigsaw with a wood-cutting blade, drill with 9/32” and 7/32” bit, wood glue, scissors, clear packing tape, ⅜” (14 mm) wrench, 7 mm socket, Philips screwdriver, and pencil.

We're in this to help, not hinder. Should you have any issue with our kit, or recommended process, we'll happily buy it back from you.

We recommend 1/2" Baltic Birch if staining or painting, or 1/2" bamboo plywood if leaving it untreated. But ¾” plywood can work too! More details on working with the plywood are found here.

We suggest a maximum load of 50 lbs.

Our understanding is that the airbags deploy downwards from the plastic trim above the windows. This particular zone is mounted lower than the shelf would be. We have left an inch spacing on each side for a little bit of expansion, and our brackets slide into the existing console mounts. We've been cognizant to not interfere with any of the vehicle systems, but please note that we haven't done a live test or claim any safety guarantee.

Yes, our 2015+ Ford Transit DIY Kit works on both mid and high-roof vans. On mid-roof vans, it has an opening of roughly 8" from ceiling center to the top of the shelf without the front flange, while on high-roof, it has an opening of roughly 12" from the ceiling center to the top of the shelf without the front flange.

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