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This next full van installation from the team at our Lakewood location was done on a Ford Transit Medium Roof 148” Wheelbase Van. This van starts with a Heavy Duty Steel Partition which provides added security and guards against shifting cargo. We have then added three of our Heavy-Duty Steel 65” High Shelving Units for maximum storage leaving no wasted space in the cargo area. Next, our Stor-King All Steel Drawer Unit was added just inside the side door and fits nicely under the bottom shelf of the shelving unit. Also, two of our Refrigerant Tank Towers were installed at the back of the van. Additionally, two of our popular accessories were mounted to the side panel of one of the the shelving units. Our Caulk Tube & Gun/ Spray Can Combo tray holds 4 caulk tubes, a caulk gun and 3 spray cans and our Steel 3-Hook Plate is perfect for hanging cords, rope or anything you need easily accessible inside your van. Lastly, two items were added to the roof of the vehicle. Our Side Access Rotation Rack, which is perfect for gaining access to your ladders on High Roof Vans and our all new All Aluminum Conduit Tube Rack helps secure and manage your conduit or tube. Please visit our website at www.AmericanVan.com to browse through our complete selection of van and truck equipment or click the links below to be taken directly to the items mentioned in this post. Bulkhead Partitions  Shelving   Tank Towers   Utility Hooks   Conduit Tube   Rotation Racks   Caulk Tube & Gun/ Spray Can Combo   Stor-King Drawer Unit  

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Proper maintenance of your fleet vehicles will save you significant money in repair bills over the life of each work van or truck. Vehicles require regular replacement of consumable parts to prevent excessive wear or damage to adjacent expensive components. When dealing with fleet maintenance, it is generally better to complete all of the work at the same time to prevent excessive downtime. Here are four ways you can keep your work vans and other fleet vehicles in great condition over the years:

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