Drawer system ( Its the Big one)





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    Default Drawer system ( Its the Big one)

    A while ago one of the Forum members was looking for someone to build him a custom Drawer system ……… with quit a few special requirements.
    1) He wanted 2 large drawers that could pull out between 1 and 1.2m, one of the drawers must have 3 smaller drawers that can pull out to the side of the large drawer.
    2) Place for a 120L water tank., with a pressue pump to supply water to a tap.
    3) Place for 2 spare wheels on top of the drawer system.
    4) 2 Jerry can holders
    5) A pull out frame that can accommodate a RTT.
    6) 12v power at the back of the drawer system.
    It sounded like a nice challenge and so I offered to build him his system. Find attached some picks of my progress so far.
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    Some more pics .....
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    And some more ....
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    Now the painting and finishing !!!!!!
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    I like it keep those pics coming would be nice to see when its finished





    The time I took to study the first load of pics and post a reply YOU finished
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    Personally, I'm not a fan of drawer systems - but Louis, credit is due - this is a neat job!
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    NETJIES vakmanskap !!

    sal dit graag in die voertuig wil sien om die finale "prentjie" te kry.

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    Very very nice, well done.
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    Hi Chris ..... sal n paar fotos plaas as dit in die voertuig is sodra dit klaar is.
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    Very nice Louis, drawer systems make life so much easier, please continue posting pics.

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    Louis, ek kan sien dit is 'n T6. Is dit 'n D/C of S/C. Waar sit jy die yskas.
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    Louis jou vakmanskap tops hou op werk en bou net daai laai stelsel jy sal besig bly tot jy 100 jaar oud is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sorrie View Post
    Louis, ek kan sien dit is 'n T6. Is dit 'n D/C of S/C. Waar sit jy die yskas.
    Dis vir n Super Cab. Engel 40L pas agter die bestuurder seat in. Duel battery system is op vloer agter seat.

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    Dit lyk baie netjies. Sal die thread dophou. Wil graag ook so iets bou.

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    Baie netjies. 👍


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    Louis, dit is stunning.

    Dit is duidelik jy verstaan daai job goed. Ek het lanklaas so iets netjies gesien.

    Baie baie professioneel!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Liebenberg View Post
    Hi Chris ..... sal n paar fotos plaas as dit in die voertuig is sodra dit klaar is.
    Louis...dis n BAIE bakgat job!!

    Bly om te sien daars nog ouens wat behoorlike vakmanne is!!
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    Lyk baie goed!
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    Hi Louis, hoe seël jy die kaste vir stof? Of is dit nie 'n vereiste nie?

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    Hi Philip
    Die laai sisteem kom agter in die bakkie, maar die alu plate word gesilocone aan die raam voordat ek dit met pop rivets vasheg.Die laaie word aan die voorkant waar hulle toemaak geseel met rubber.
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