All pre wired --all you have to do is plug them in--an easy and excellent update for your stock, or Big wattage headlamp bulb lighting system. Here's an important replacement item that ebvery Vanagon Owner should install in their Van. He says he still intends to add some usb charging ports. I would suggest inquiring about purchasing postal insurance. Striped Sunbralla is available, and is not the same price as the soild color's --ask for a price. These pipes do not repair the whole length of the cooling pipes.
It's not that expensive, and while it won't cover the parts if they are lost or damaged, you'll be able to find out what happend to them or where they might be while they are en-route. All I did was to lop off the clamps on one end and solder the connections for the accessory plugs. The scoop scavanges heat away from the trans pan, simply by having a mass amount of an air flow directed across the bottom surface of the metal pan--causing the trans to run cooler. It also has 3 pages of wiring schematics. We are actively working on a custom console for our diesel brothers. Usually ships by next business day.
The forward part of the console near the shifter has no screws and fits so snug that you can't budge it. Jump seats function as well. No shorting out your alternator when you want to get jumped, or start somebody that's marooned on the side of the road. Part Reference Number is provided for cross-reference purposes only, to indicate that our part is a suitable replacement for that part. Picture From The Back Hatch These look one heck of a lot nicer than the stock Westfalia incadescent unit--and throw white, bright, light. I used a jigsaw for all my cuts and added some dark stain to finish it off. Nice book to have to trouble shoot and repair your Westy's refrigerator.
Notched for the seatbelt bolts. I have cores out there in Vanagonland that I've been waiting over a year for --the core charge is void afer 30 days-- I do want them back in a prudent manner. If you ordered an item in error, and want to return the item after getting a return approval, I'll be more than happy to take the part s back with a 20% service charge. First pictured is the manual version, shown with the drawer open, and the second pictured is the automatic version of the center console installed with electrical outlets and a brush in the shift gate both of which are not included. If you have a valve that's leaking, won't shut off, or turn the propane on in your Van, or your rebuilding your tank and replacing all of the old hardware---this is what your going to need to get the job done. It also comes with the proper rubber seal inside of it. The only complaint I initially had was its light weight.
They will be for sale online soon. The top of the step has had a gusset welded betwen the bottom of it to the pipe to add strength. It's tough, will never fracture, and is an easy installation. Although the picture is cut off, it looks like the console contains a cup holder at the bottom. Here's An Idea Of The Angle The Plug Holder Will Operate In-- You can set the plug starter tool at just about an angle you can think of---it will hold it till your done-- This is the Plug Holder End Slip the spark plug insulator into the end--and it holds it till you have the plug started or removed. Vanagon Rebuilt Steering Shaft U-Joint! I custom mandrel bend these 0. I wanted to still be able to step through to the back of the van 4.
The solution was easy: The result is a solid, steady console that doesn't slide around or rock. Westfalia seats will swivel without interference of console. Folks have been having problems locating gears in a crisp manner with the original , worn out polyeythelyne bushings still in their Vans--it's grab what ya can find. The locking door is a bit of joke. This front heater core is an exclusive item offered by me, and no other Vanagon Vendor has them available--anywhere.
Works perfectly for those purposes. Very simple installation and it's a easy way to get a set of curtains to hang in your non-Westfalia. Mine were running at 240 degree's in the summer months which is an unwanted added temperature to the Van's cooling system, and will dramaticly extend the life of your transmission fluid, and transmission by simply making it run cooler-- This set up will take all of 15 minutes to mount-- Here is the only Vanagon Syncro item I have right now--and this was requested by several Syncronauts-- Here it is--A Jack Extension for any Vanagon Or Syncro Installed Big Tires or wheels on your Van--and the stock jack is too short to get the Van off the ground? Click through for another pic. If not, all order's are taken and processed via E-Mail. It was a non-repairable unit--throw it away when it leaks.
Pay Pal is alway's welcome. Provisions for 20 amp 12 volt aux plug on the interior. This setup for sure makes any camping trip much more pleasurable--especially a night--you'll sleep like a brick---no sweat. Here's a simple solution--- Install this valve either under the front heater cover on one of the horizontal hoses, or anywhere under the Vanagon on either one of the front heater hoses. It will back the jack away from the Van and still be able to lift it without banging the vertical portion of the jack against the side of the Van. Country if noted refers to the country in which the manufacturer is based.
Some retailers sell lock boxes that go under the Vanagon seats, but this lockbox is also an elegant center console. Total time to build it, was about 4-5 hours including one trip to Home Depot for wood. Another quick, and easy solution, with excellent results, for a common Vanagon problem. Definitely not a safe for your valuables. Comes standard with dual cup holders and drink fingers, rectangle cubby for cell phone, map pockets on the front and passenger side, table leg nesting and provision for a battery kill switch. They throw twice as much light as the factory unit--and rob less power from the battery when in use. If you have a late Vanagon with a padded dash you will need to make some modifications in order for this to fit! From consoles to a complete suite, if you can dream up a new cabinet treatment for your faithful Westy, Rhino Design can build it.
I made these straps for my Vans--and a few of them for other Vanagon owner's in a desperate answer for some sort of longevity factor for the muffler retainer straps. Available for both automatic and manual transmissions. Eventually I'm going to upgrade to the newer belts with longer receptacles on both sides. These bushings were manufactured because of multiple requests from those Vanagon Folks that needed their shifter's to function properly. They show the complete Vanagon Line --and all the features. So, I keep a couple of these unions in stock just in case you might need one.