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RV Walls Converted with Flow Wall Jayco Eagle

We are always looking for new ways to conveniently store our items in the RV. After seeing the Flow Wall it was clear this is something that many of our readers would find interesting. The good news is a pair of full timers named Jacq and Jeremy have already discovered this unique storage system and even found some more unique ways to use it.

Jacq and Jeremy Davis took the back room of their 2005 Jayco Eagle 325 BHS fifth wheel, removed the bunk beds and cabinets, then installed the “Flow Wall System” which as you can see makes a very functional addition to the walls in a RV. They travel as a pair and did not require the extra beds but did need a place to store much of their outdoor gear. The Flow Wall System was just what they needed to increase the storage capacity of the back room exponentially. As you can see from the photos they didn’t stop at the back room. They also added the Flow Wall storage to the walls in the main area of their RV as well.

2005 Jayco Eagle 325 BHS Fifth Wheel RV Wall Conversion using Flow Wall:

 

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The clever aspect of the “Flow Wall System” is that it is scalable, modular, and has limitless configuration options. There are accessories that come in the shape of bins, hooks, bike holders, loops, etc. As a result of the Paneling that are constructed from a high density PVC that makes the foundation of the Flow Wall system very light but also very rigid. These attributes make them easily adaptable to your RV. Below you can find some examples of the configuration options.

Other endless configurations of the Flow Wall System:

 

Flow Wall Hook and Panel Starter Set Color Choices:

The Flow Wall comes in 3 distinct color variations: Silver, White, and Maple. Hopefully you can make one of these work for you. You can have a look at the different colors by clicking an image below.

 

There are two ways (in our opinion) to get started with Flow Wall:

  1. Order a Hook and Panel Starter Set – Comes with 24 Sq ft of panels and 14 assorted hooks (best value for RV’s)
  2. Order a Sample Kit – For $25 it comes with sample panels, hooks, etc so you can touch and feel the quality of Flow Wall before you decide to install it.

 

Installation Process:

Some may be curious of how the Flow Wall goes together so below you will find a link to the text installation instructions as well as a video that gives an overview of the process.

Click here for Installation Instructions

httpv://youtu.be/pBZT63Ty9TA

 

As always if this RV Mod is for you then please be sure to post photos in the comments section or over in our Forums!

 



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