Stop looking at that unused space above the driver and passenger seat and turn it into functional storage. A headliner shelf means the end of shuffling around bags, jackets and personal items around the front cabin.
Fifteen minutes is all you'll need to loosen up the OEM bolts on your Mercedes Sprinter and slide in our custom brackets and perfectly contoured headliner shelf. With no drilling and no cleanup, this essential overhead shelf can be installed at home, or during a two month road trip.
Made of thick gauge, aircraft-grade aluminum and coated in an attractive textured black powder coat, there's a lot to like. This product is made on US soil by a ISO-certified metal fabricator in Indiana. From design to final delivery, your dollars are supporting domestic industries, including those with visual disabilities who package our products.
Detailed instructions walk you through the installation, and prompt service is one email away. Save yourself from the endless scrolling on YouTube or Sprintersource forums and rest assured we've got this one dialed in.
Currently available for pre order with an estimated shipping date of December 21st.
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A plug-and-play headliner shelf, increasing storage in your Sprinter van.
Our shelf optimizes the unused space above the driver and passenger seat for convenient, accessible storage, without compromising comfort of the interior living space
Powdercoated in black, it has a natural look and feel with the Mercedes' cabin design scheme.
Designed with the help of a professional engineer for a precise fit, the headliner shelf requires no modification for installation, which takes a mere 15 minutes.
It’s made of 5052 aircraft-grade aluminum and comes in at 11 lbs. To give you an idea of the shelf positioning, measure 10" down from the top center of the headliner edge. That is where the shelf will rest on top of the mounting hardware.
We recommend keeping the load under 50 lbs.
It doesn’t include a foam piece as this clashes with the aesthetic. Some users use a pipe-foam or similar insulation to wrap the edge. But to be honest, we’ve found that after a couple of good knocks, you tend to be conditioned to duck when entering the cabin.
We have one in our van and so far, so good! It does its job of keeping our stuff in place, no flex noise nor vibrations.
The center channel is for structural support along the width of the shelf.