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    Here is my CTEC DC to DC installation and the bracket I made to fit it
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    This was my first powered "Black box" - MH370, unfortunately it has recently gone missing

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    My homemade Visboks: (On homemade camping table)

    Used an ammo box to fit anywhere thats made for an ammobox.
    4 Compartments:

    Main: 6x plastic containers for hooks, sinkers etc and place for load of other stuff: 4x reels, folding rod, hat, glasses, small bag bait.
    2 independant drawers: Bait, gut, few tools,
    rear compartment: 7.4ah battery for Led light and sig lighter plug for power out. Higher bottles of bait.


    Lid is hinged, so can't be blown away and opens close to 180deg so serves as table for light items.


    Battery is charged (2nd time today in 3 years and still shows full) via sig lighter plug
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    Some pics of my 12v porta pack setup.
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    Off to take some pics.
    Cheers

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    Not Mine, but I thought I would share....

    Great ideas coming out here. Now to find the time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainrobber View Post
    Not Mine, but I thought I would share....

    Great ideas coming out here. Now to find the time...

    The problem with that photo is that the bottle is still full
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    My DIY spice rack that I built & fitted to the inside of the side door of the trailer.

    In the 2nd pic you will notice that I moved my fridge back in the sliding tray to ensure there is sufficient space in front for the spice rack when the door is closed.

    Blackie.
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    Some times the simple ideas are the best ones
    Lusted for a Landy but the Pajero was sexier and bigger in the right departments, just like my Missus.

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    I asked All in One to do a job for me and got brackets custom made to fit my dualdual battery system to the Paj

    Not quite DIY, but the idea was mine and All in One DIH
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    Lusted for a Landy but the Pajero was sexier and bigger in the right departments, just like my Missus.

    2004 Gen 3. 3.8i petrol V6 (PAJTU)
    X Factor Bundutop trailer (designed by me)
    1998 Blister Fender Pajero 3500 24V (PAJ) (Sold)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ettiene View Post
    Hi

    Ek het Ů paar goed self gebou,
    My Alu canopy, sliders en wing het ek self gedoen.

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    Made a shower stall with pvc pyp .It all fits into a camping chair bag
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    Excellent - How is it fixed onto the rack?

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    Just slide into thinker pvc pype.
    And the legs fits in with arb awning.
    You can pull it further away from truck ,size is so that it work with two shower linnners
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    Awesome thread, you guys are really handy. Keep them coming

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Stander View Post
    My homemade Visboks: (On homemade camping table)
    How much for one of these? I have cash

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100bedonderd View Post
    Made a shower stall with pvc pyp .It all fits into a camping chair bag
    Clever
    Lusted for a Landy but the Pajero was sexier and bigger in the right departments, just like my Missus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandboarder View Post
    Hi Sandboarder...what a great idea..and portable..!!
    How did u cut it and how did you prepare the gasbottel before cutting?
    Thanks and cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by HIGHFLYER View Post
    Hi Sandboarder...what a great idea..and portable..!!
    How did u cut it and how did you prepare the gasbottel before cutting?
    Thanks and cheers
    +1 ?

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    Something small.
    Added pockets to the side of my fridge cover for my 1l squeegy bottles.
    When placed in fridge slide this is the side facing me.
    Bar opens when I stop the car
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