Door Prop for Transit and Sprinter Van (Holds The Rear Door Open)

Door Prop Ford Transit Mercedes Sprinter (6)

Door Prop for Transit and Sprinter Van (Holds The Rear Door Open)

This Door Prop thingy holds the rear door open using the existing latch mechanism:

Door Prop Ford Transit Mercedes Sprinter (8)
There is a slight rubbing, so the door prop comes with tape to protect the paint.
Door Prop Ford Transit Mercedes Sprinter (5)
The door opening is approximately 3 inches.
*It is still possible to lock the doors (including the rear doors) when the Door Prop is installed!

The Door Prop fits the following vans: Ford Transit & Mercedes Sprinter (NCV3 model).

Why and when we use it:

In wildlife country

In Urban Areas

In Rural Areas

High Winds

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5 thoughts on “Door Prop for Transit and Sprinter Van (Holds The Rear Door Open)”

  1. How does this compare to the floor vents you installed? I will not be living out of my van permanently and am looking for excuses not to install a floor vent. This is partly because I am ready to install my floor and I don’t know where I would want to put one. Do you have problems with bugs when using the thingy?

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