One of the reasons I turn the van into a panel van was to gain extra storage inside. One strategy is to use the new wall space to store flexible stuff sacks and items that can be fastened to the panels. I modified my wood templates and the fabricated replacements using the same black plastic material that Werksberg uses. These black plastic panels will be covered with fabric. Then i fitted some standard sized plastic rigid molle panels from https://greyman-tactical.com. Molle panels can be fabric webbing, aluminum or plastic. They are modular and can accept soft bags as well as rigid inserts. Items are attached with special military style molle straps. The RIP-M panels are fastened to the steel van walls and welded in backer plates using nutserts. I hope to do same with the rear hatch
Fantastic molle we are using to organize our medical equipment in our pelican boxes by mounting it on the lid. Just what we needed.
This product has amazing versatility and allows users to have complete oversight and adaptability to almost any environment. These panels also help with organizing my gear. I did have to make a small adjustment because I didn’t pay attention to the horizontal/vertical orientation of the panel. But that’s a minor detail that I was able work out, and will pay attention to in the future. Only downside is the price can really start adding up, and I’m constantly tinkering with my existing panels to avoid the cost of purchasing more. Which I eventually will simply because of their practical application.