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Written by Jim Belt

Have you ever wondered why so many vans use rear wheel drive instead of front wheel drive? And how it affects your vans dimensions? Well, I have. And in this …

Understanding Van Dimensions

Written by Jim Belt

Van dimensions are a detailed trade with a couple of terms and codes. So how do you know what you're dealing with? In this article I'll explain how dimensions …

27 Van Racking Ideas That Plumbers Will Understand

Written by Jim Belt

Are you a plumber working from your van? Then the cargo area is very, very important, right? You'll do most of your work here. So getting the layout right is …

5 Van Racking Ideas for Carpenters You Can Do Yourself

Written by Jim Belt

Are you a carpenter working from your van? Great, then this page is for you. Having a mobile workshop is great and all, but it has its limitations.hich is …

Van Racking Ideas For Carpenters

Written by Jim Belt

Are you a carpenter working from your van? Great, then this page is for you. Having a mobile workshop is great and all, but it has its limitations. Which is …

10 Cool Van Racking Ideas That Actually Work

Written by Jim Belt

Are you a professional working from your van? Then you know that the interior of your van is extremely important. Since this is your workplace, getting the …

Info on this Website

Welcome to VanDimensions.com - your online #1 resource for the detailed dimensions of all types of vans. This website aims to help you find any dimension for a specific van. It may help you plan your van conversion or purchase.

Why does this website exist?

I've created this website when I was planning my own van conversion. It's really hard to find the specific measurements of different vans for the interior, especially when you're researching older vans. That's why I've decided to create an online resource for different types of panel vans. I hope this information is useful to you. If so, please consider subscribing to my mailing list, or link to my website and help out others as well.

Where do I get my dimensions?

I make sure my measurements are as precise as possible. Mostly, I get the data from the manufacturers themselves: they publish a (complicated) brochure and conversion manual on each model, which you can find online for newer models. But for older models, you have to do some digging. If I can't find any official documentation, I ask knowledgeable mechanics and converters to provide me with measurements, which most of the time they're happy to do. So all of the sizes you'll find here are either: (1) specs provided by the manufacturer, or (2) data provided by experts and owners.