2 up & 2 down Cage System

Our 2 up 2 down package is now available on L1 (SWB) and L2 (LWB) H1 Transit Custom, Renault Trafic, Vauxhall Vivaro, Toyota proace & Nissan Primastar, Fiat Talento

Conversion Price Includes;

  • Insulation
  • Hardwood floor lining on both decks
  • Available with a choice of over 200 wipe able finish some finishes carry a surcharge (like the sparkle)
  • LED lighting Package
  • Cage conversion to include lockable escape doors, reinforced cage side structure and chassis fixing points
  • Chainless Jump board FULL
  • Rear lighting controls
  • Choice of over 100 cage colours
  • £5895.00. L1 Variant (Vehicles supplied by K9TS)
  • £5995.00 L2 Variant (Vehicles supplied by K9TS)
Optional Extras
  • Show Trolley Cabinet £495
  • Solid Partitions from £79 each
  • Swivel double passenger seat £595
  • Driver Cabin Privacy divider curtain £149
  • Driver's Partial Protection Panel (if bulkhead is removed this give partial protection) £265
  • Side door Window £395 per side Window (£544 with curtains) (£1,088 for 2 windows & curtains)
  • Back Door Window £395 Per Window (£544 with curtains) (£1,088 for 2 windows & curtains)
  • Inverter 240 v £399 
  • Upgraded inverter £499 -  1500w pure sine wave peaking at 3000w
  • Light delay timer - this is for vehicles that don't have a leisure battery - time adjustable 5/90 mins this controls turning your lights of in the van. £99
  • USB charging points £49
  • **Electric dual flow roof fan £349 -  This fan takes up the full opening to provide a generous air flow (8 CBM/Min), provides either fresh air in, or air out.
  • Leisure Battery and split charge system £395
  • Fiama F45 awning from £1295 fitted
  • Barn Door Cover £89
  • 3rd cage upper deck Surcharge £450
  • Alko - Tow Bar (includes fitting) from £850.00 (depending on vehicle model)
  • Delivery service available ( please message for cost )
*Prices are subject to change due to inflation of the materials and items we have to buy in for these packages.
** Please note we have to inform you if you chose to have an electric fan put into your van, that if parked on an incline or live on one & you have really bad weather it is possible for some water to make it's way into the van.