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Enhance your van conversion journey with our Transit Van Wheel Well Cabinets – the perfect solution for van lifers, DIY enthusiasts, and van builders alike. Designed with precision and tailored to meet your unique needs, these cabinets blend functionality and style. 

When it comes to outfitting your van conversion for the ultimate van life experience, there are plenty of options out there. However, choosing our Transit Van Wheel Well Cabinets is the smartest decision you can make. Our cabinets are not just storage solutions; they're a testament to quality, convenience, and innovation.

With lightweight construction and easy installation, our cabinets are designed for everyday van enthusiasts and professional builders alike. Their dual accessibility within the vehicle and the rear doors ensures you'll never struggle to reach your gear. Designed to accommodate a wide range of water tanks and electrical systems, they offer versatile compatibility. Soft-close hinges and adjustable latches keep your items secure, while the gas-piston lift assists on the upper doors, making accessing your belongings effortless.

We understand the van conversion lifestyle, so we've created Transit Van Wheel Well Cabinets to meet your unique needs. Choosing our cabinets means choosing reliability, ease, and peace of mind so you can embark on your van life adventures with confidence. Pair these wheel well cabinets with our Transit Van Floor System  for an effortless installation and perfect finish. 


  • Lightweight and Effortless Installation: Crafted for simplicity, these cabinets are lightweight, making installation a breeze. You won't have to wrestle with heavy components, ensuring a hassle-free setup.
  • Dual Accessibility: Our cabinets are thoughtfully designed with mirrored boxes and tall access doors at the back of your vehicle. You can effortlessly reach your stored items inside the van and through the rear doors, maximizing convenience during your van life adventures.
  • Versatile Compatibility: These cabinets are engineered to accommodate various water tanks and electrical systems. They come equipped with a water-level sight notch on the tank side, making them the perfect fit for the Northwest Conversions 20-gallon tank. Whether you prefer mounting them over a pre-mounted water tank or internally, our cabinets adapt to your specific setup.
  • Smooth and Secure: Enjoy the ease of use with soft-close hinges and adjustable latches, ensuring your items remain secure during travel. No more worrying about items shifting or doors swinging open unexpectedly.
  • Effortless Access: The upper doors of these cabinets feature gas-piston lift assists, making access to your belongings a breeze. No more struggling to reach your stored items; our cabinets provide seamless functionality.


  • Prefinished Maple
  • Unfinished Maple
  • Prefinished Amber Bamboo
  • Black Hex-Ply Birch

Please refer to our materials page here to see images and details of each option: Materials


Outside Dimensions: 54"-72" Width x 33" Height x 18" Depth


The different widths are specifically optimized for different vehicles.

54": Fits Sprinter 144", Promaster 136", and Transit 148"
60": Fits Sprinter 144", Fits Sprinter 170", Promaster 159", Transit 148".
66": Fits Sprinter 170"/170"EXT, Promaster 159"/159"EXT,  Transit 148"/148"EL
Fits Sprinter 170"/170"EXT, Promaster, 159"EXT,  Transit 148"EL

DIY Installation

Installation Difficulty: Easy | 2 people
Installation Time: 1 Hour
Tools Needed: Power Drill, Rivet Nut Tool, Screw Driver, Drill Bits


  • How do wheel well boxes mount?

The wheel well boxes are designed to shoot into the wall and the subfloor. We recommend using rivet nuts inserts for the wall, but self-tapping screws will work for most builds.  

  • What goes inside the wheel well boxes?

The wheel well boxes are designed to house all water tanks, plumbing, and electrical. Easy access hinged doors allow you to get in and out for smooth installation and maintenance. Electrical equipment may be mounted inside the wheel well box or the wheel well panels behind the box. We recommend cutting ventilation for electrical equipment, heaters, or pumps.

  • How do I apply paint, stain, or sealer?


  • Lightly scuff the entire cabinet surface that you plan on coating with 120-180 grit sandpaper.
  • Apply 2-3 coats of primer before applying your main coat.
  • Always apply a finish when you're happy with the paint for a long-lasting appearance.


  • Sand the surface on all faces with sandpaper traveling with the grain of the wood.
  • Apply stain cautiously to a section of the cabinet that will not be visible to gauge the volume and pressure you need to achieve the look you want.
  • Apply the stain evenly with a rag, sponge, or spray gun until all surfaces are coated.
  • Please note that overlapping surfaces may make the stain darker on the overlapped areas.
  • Always apply a finish when you're happy with the stain for a long-lasting appearance.