VDP Overhead Storage Shelf Customer Reviews
48 Customer Reviews
The VDP Overhead Storage Shelf is custom-made to keep your pickup’s cab free from clutter. This truck shelf saves precious cab space by giving you room to store CDs, binoculars, maps and more. And, it’s made sturdy and comes in factory colors to match most interiors.
While the standard VDP Overhead Storage Shelf grants ample space to store gear, the included Rifle-It adds even more utility. For the avid hunter, this shelf is a must-have, as it keeps your rifle from bouncing around with a thick foam tray liner and secure storage strap.
What’s more, this VDP truck shelf is a cinch to install—no drilling required. It fits into existing sun visor holes and holds steady, thanks to a sturdy construction. Choose your VDP truck shelf in light grey, tan or black. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
48 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Antique P (Bell Buckle, TN) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-250 — Feb 19, 2014 8:18 PM
I have had shelves in the past. They were thicker metal wider and sturdy. They bolted to the brackets and were more secure. Not much thought was put into the position of the sunvisor locations. It is what it is.
Reviewed by Daniel A (Riceville, TN) — Jan 17, 2014 10:33 AM
Sun visors brackets do not hold the visors up due to the metal they are attached to. driver's visor interferes with rear view mirror. Need to be able to adjust brackets holding visors. Add a hole to utilize inner hold down brackets from vehicle
Reviewed by Dave N (Long Lake, MN) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-350 — Jan 17, 2014 2:13 AM
Inexpensive metal with a faux type paint. Huge gap/hole between front of shelf and windshield where everthing goes flying into windshield and then onto dash. Visor Clips couldn't be reinstalled, so they simply stay above the shelf blocking any possibility of actually putting something of any length on the shelf. ex. gun rack, etc. Absolutely not what I was expecting and only wish I could return the over $100 piece of garbage.
Reviewed by Darrell D (SCHERTZ, TX) — Dec 28, 2013 2:17 PM
I had a shelf in the 90's on an F-150. Loved it and wanted another. This was the only one I could find for my 2010 F-250. It sucks. It is super narrow. And the visors do not fit on it properly. They hang over the shelf by a couple inches when closed. There is no way to mount the visor clip hold unless you drill holes in the shelf to modify. And on my vehicle, the driver visor blocked a few inches of the rear view mirror. I decided to cut my losses and took it back off.
Reviewed by David F (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford Econoline — Aug 05, 2013 8:27 PM
Pretty easy to install and looks nice. Needs two things- 1. A wider profile and a contour so it snugs up against the headliner better and provides a little more shelf space and 2. Pre-drilled holes and bolts to relocate the visor retaining clips. Simple enough to mark and drill holes to relocate the retaining clips. I think it's overpriced by about 30%, though. It seems more like a $50 or less add on. I mounted a backup camera on mine, but it shakes too much to work without more modification