Owner Eric Didier, has always been a car fanatic. At the age of ten Eric started driving and wrenching on a 1954 Renault 4CV given to him by his grandfather. Vans have always been in the family, starting with a Volkswagen van owned by his father purchased new in 1969. As soon as he received his license, Eric started customizing VW vans. From early Split windows, Bay windows, Vanagon's, and now Sprinter's. VanLife is in his DNA. Terrawagen started by producing clever accessories for the Vanagon and soon realized the potential for the Sprinter market. one of Terrawagen's special products is Sprinter Van Seat Base Storage Pocket
Sprinter Van Seat Base Storage Pocket
This product is compatible with all Sprinter Vans. This includes the 2500 and the 3500 versions.
What kinds of things can I put in this storage pocket?
You can put anything you want in there. Keys, your wallet, cables, your phone charger, dog leashes, etc. You are only limited by the size of the object otherwise you can go nuts and put whatever you want in the storage pocket.
How do I install this pocket in my Sprinter van? Do I have to drill or something?
No drilling is required to use these storage pockets. You only have to peel and stick the items.
If they are peel and stick then what is the adhesive that keeps them attached to my vehicle?
They use 3M VHB tape. You do not have to drill into your seat to make them work.
These are for regular height seat bases?
Yes. You use these on seats that are the regular height. These can be used on the front or the rear.
What if I have a short seat base?
The manufacturer recommends that you use them on the rear if you have a short seat base.
What are the dimensions of the pockets?
The pockets have the following dimensions: 15 x 5 x 2.5. They are 15 inches wide, 5 inches in height, and 2.5 inches deep.