Excursion - King of SUVs2000 - 2005 Ford Excursion
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So I remember seeing a pic of someone's excursion on here, he used it for work I believe, and he built shelves out of wood in the back from the floor to the headliner, with multiple layers so he could stack tools, a ladder, etc, and still be able to access stuff on the bottom without having to remove everything.
my dad uses his 01 for work and its a mess, and I want to build some shelves. I know how I want to build them but I wanted to show him the pic and I can't remember what thread I saw it in. Its been a while though. Of anyone knows, post it please. Or any similar organization shelves or anything, post those as well!
Let me throw another idea at you: Basically the same setup without the left hand upper box. Make it even with the seats folded. This way you have a large area to store longer items but when removed you just raise the seats for passenger use. That's what I did and added full extension shelves in the box.
Ok Robert, you have peaked my interest. Getting comfortable to watch you stream us the updates.
2001 Excursion V10 4x4 Auto 150,000 miles 285/75/16 BFG AT's, stock rims
2nd trans cooler, replaced regular fan with electric fan (increased MPG by 1.1mpg towing) Trans temp gauge, Voltage gauge, and Vacuum gauge mounted in 3 gauge driver pillar pod, Custom Safari Rack, Full size spare on the rack
1978 Bronco 460, NP435, BW1345, Dana 44HD/ Dana 60, 40's "project"
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