07+ Sprinter Van Ceiling Liner Kit, 170"WB Plywood
Provides consistent interior finish
Helps quiet road noise
Helps maintain temperature control
Made from: 1/4" White Birch Plywood
Precise Fit for 170"WB Standard Body Cargo Vans
Panels attach to ceiling ribs with self-drilling screws
Layout guide and fasteners included
Ceiling panel kit does not include wall panels or door panels
Picture shown is of a similar style to Bare Aluminum, however not the exact item. Please call our sales dept. for more information
Proudly Made in the U.S.A.
**This product ships via motor freight, call for a shipping quote at 562-802-1200
Note: No lighting or ventilation provisions are included.
RB Components 07+ Sprinter Van Ceiling Liner Kit for the 170 will give your sprinter that finished interior look. The precise fit of this kit makes installation easy and helps reduce road noise while traveling.
*Ceiling liner panels install prior to wall liner panels
* If your van has them, the big black Styrofoam blocks up in the corners behind the driver's compartment headliner need to be removed prior to installation of our ceiling liner kit. The are just "snapped" and friction fit. Remove by pulling out and up from the bottom.
* Rear panel is attached using 4 small metal angle brackets which attach to rear door frame header and then the panel screws into the angle brackets
* Rear panel may have to be slightly modified to fit around OEM wiring harness at driver's side rear door frame area. When we install them here at RB Components, we always relocate the wiring harness inside the door frame, but that is advanced wiring work and not 100% necessary if you cut a small notch in the back of the rear panel to clear the wiring.
* Front panel is notched to clear the OEM driver's compartment headliner clips, but the standard clips are too short to allow the ceiling liner panel to be "sandwiched" between the OEM headliner and the ceiling rib. If not using our B-pillar trim kit which includes a trim strip to help with this installation, you may have to fabricate and install a simple angle bracket which attaches to the rear vertical part of the ceiling rib so that the panel can be screwed into that piece.