Flooring Kit | Ram PromasterRegular price $4,155.20
Upgrade your DIY conversion by adding a sturdy subfloor base for your flooring.
This Flooring Kit is cut to fit the Ram Promaster without any modification.
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- Load-bearing Birch Plywood subfloor + insulation frame
- Sub-Floor cut-to-fit in 3 or 4 (depending on model) 48" x 76" panels
- Insulation Frame designed to be adhered to the factory protrusions on the base of the vehicle eliminating any need for leveling. Three thickness options allow you to drop your insulation between beams for easy installation. This is cut from 1/2" load-bearing birch
- The insulation frame + subfloor are pre-drilled to match up seamlessly with countersunk holes
- Can be adhered or screwed directly into the floor
- No modification is needed, they're drop-in
- Lonseal Floor is CNC cut into one continuous piece
- Loncoin/Lonwood floor is cut to 1/2" wider than the sub floor to close unsightly gaps and corners. This will require minor trimming in several places
- Subfloor + Insulation Frame: Birch Plywood
- Lonseal Options
- Loncoin - Black
- Loncoin - Sonic Grey
- Loncoin - Cerulean Blue
- Loncoin - Birch White
- Lonridge - Creme
- Lonridge - Smokey Black
- Lonridge - Yale Blue
Please refer to our materials page here to see images and details of each option: Materials
- Sub Floor
- Insulation Frame
- Lonseal/Lonwood - Color and Material chosen by customer
Please note: Installation adhesive is not included. Find our suggested Epoxy here: Lonseal Epoxy
Installation Difficulty: Medium | 2 people
Installation Time: 1 Hour
Tools Needed: Power Drill
We recommend using high grade contact adhesive when securing your insulation frame to the floor of your vehicle. While fasteners can be used for this, extreme caution must be taken not to puncture your fuel tank and holes must be rust proofed.
- How does the subfloor get installed?
The subfloor with insulation frame has pre-drilled holes to guide it into place. While the included fasteners are sufficient, the addition of wood glue is recommended. The subfloor without an insulation frame can be adhered (recommended) or fastened in place, just like the insulation frame.
- If using epoxy- how much do I need?
When using in a Promaster 159, we've found that a gallon is adequate.