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    Hi Everyone.
    My first thread so please excuse any mistakes.
    I'd like to thank everyone who as ever posted information and pictures about a drawer systems. I think I studied them all.
    Here is my version thereof.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Offroader2be View Post
    Hi Everyone.
    My first thread so please excuse any mistakes.
    I'd like to thank everyone who as ever posted information and pictures about a drawer systems. I think I studied them all.
    Here is my version thereof.
    Well done!
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    Looks very good! Nice!
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    Looks very nice

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    Jy het duidelik jou huiswerk goed gedoen Netjies
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    Great work indeed ! Hopefully I will be attempting my own in the near fuure, thanks for the pics.
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    Looks very neat, what chance is there you can make one or my land cruiser VX100 !!?

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    That looks awesome! Well done!
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    "Looks very neat, what chance is there you can make one or my land cruiser VX100 !!? "
    Thanks for the compliments. I can advise you on what I did.

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    Looks very good. Well done.
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    Baie netjies!!
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    Baie Netjies.

    Ek is besig met my ontwerp en het dieselfde in my kop. Nou weet ek dit gaan werk.

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    What sliders did you use for the fridge?

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    I'm currently searching the forum for the name of those "corner block" thingies to build such a frame for the trailer, but kinda hard to search for something if you haven't got the name What are those called and where can they be obtained?

    EDIT - Found it. Maizey connect it
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    Very nice , do anyone knows were I can get hold of those fridge slides ( runners ) in PE.
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    Contact details for PE here - http://www.furnlock.co.za/site.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Contact details for PE here - http://www.furnlock.co.za/site.htm
    Thanks
    TONY ERASMUS
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    Led cab lights
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    Tyre monitors
    50mm lift
    2 way radio
    BF Goodrich Tyres
    Rinocab canopy
    Electric drawer system
    Built in compressor with air point at each wheel

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    Nice.How did you go about securing the actual sliders onto the aluminium frame work ?

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    "Nice.How did you go about securing the actual sliders onto the aluminium frame work ?"
    I used 5mm countersunk screws. The guys at "furn lock" advised 4mm. But they looked a bit on the thin side. The the other side of the aluminum square tubing is a 20mm washer with a lock nut. Even with the washer you tent to dent the aluminum a bit but it secures it good though.

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    "What sliders did you use for the fridge?"
    7330 1m Slides from fern lock they rate them to be able to take 90kg

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