Baie mooi gekom. Al daai werk en dan verkoop?
Eina. Jammer dit het nou so uit gedraai.
Watter tipe skarniere het jy op die extension box se deure gebruik?
Kan jy dalk n foto daarvan plaas asb?
Last edited by Jaco vdW; 2017/03/13 at 08:19 AM.
Die deure het n T-skarnier, soos op ju nuwe nose cone ook.
Ek is bedoel die klein deurtjies onder die tent wat ondertoe oopmaak.
I took my origanal roofrack from the 75 and replaced with a 120 roofrack I bought from Campworld. The origanal rack caused alot of rust and I had to respray the lid before mounting the new rack, see pics attached. Now I have the correct height for the Tentco Senior family tent. Erected it yesterday for the first time.
Land Rover Discovery 2 2000 auto xs (his)
Land Rover Freelander 2005 td4 HSE facelift (hers)
Jurgens xt 75
2009 Mitsubishi Triton DC Auto
DIY Drawer System
1997 Nissan Terrano II
2013 Jurgens XT140
DIY extension box for XT140
dit lyk ook na n goeie opsie
Dankie vir die terugvoer.
Ek het gister die eerste twee deurrame aanmekaar gesit. Sal seker oor die naweek kans kry om met die skarniere te werk.
I am asking the input of owners who obviously already gone the length of doing this.....
We bought an XT trailer (an XT120, but my question is general enough)
We have-/want- to get a fridge slide.
Either I buy the Jurgens slide that covers the total width of the trailer, or I buy another slide that only covers 800mm of the width and the remaining space on the tent side (about 250 - 300mm) I can use for something else.
I am leaning towards the 800mm slide because our fridge is not that big and I have plans for the other (tent) side for that space (want to build some storage space.
- is the full-width slide more usable or just wasted space (because the fridge is not that long/big)?
- or will I regret using the shorter slide after the first camping trip?
The diff in price is about R500 between the 800mm and the full width slide.
Maybe I should just get the full width slide and still build my storage space but just lift it with a platform to clear the slide?
some input from you guys who used these trailers already please.
I have a Waeco CF50 that works with a 700mm 7330 series Furnlock slide through the front l/h side door (the pub). The next size slide down (600mm if I remember correctly) does not work / is too short. The CF50's lid opens sideways and there is quite enough room to get the lid open when the drawer is fully extracted. I would not use anything lighter of lesser duty than the 7330 from Furnlock - they cannot take the punch. I built a drawer in under the fridge that is very handy. I don't have a photo of the completed project - sorry.
SOMETIMES I WAKE UP GRUMPY,
SOMETIMES I JUST LET HER SLEEP!