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    Great idee!

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    Default Drawer System - Triton DC

    I built this one with the help of a friend.
    Never been used....
    Dimensions:
    Length - 1250mm
    Width - 605mm
    Hight - 558mm
    Top Drawer Hight - 200mm
    Bottom Drawer Hight - 265mm
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    Baie netjies papsak!
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    Some pics of a drawer system I build for a friend
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    "What the eyes can see, the hands can build"

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    Baie, baie netjies gedoen Louis! Waar het jy daardie groen teflon "strips" gekoop wat op die ammo box rails is?

    Is daar iemand wat dalk al hulle laai stelsel gemaak het met die teflon strips as gly meganisme? Sal nogal graag wou sien hoe dit werk.

    Dankie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeraat View Post
    Is daar iemand wat dalk al hulle laai stelsel gemaak het met die teflon strips as gly meganisme? Sal nogal graag wou sien hoe dit werk. Dankie.
    Daai Wit strips in myne is teflon....
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    Very clever, Louis. Love the wine glass draw.

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    This is what I have and it works 100% for us :

    Vehicle : 1998 Defender 300Tdi Hardtop. Owned since new and now has 338 000km on odometer. No major repairs yet.

    Extensively kitted out for overland travel Ė mostly on our own in very lonesome areas but also as the lead vehicle on guided tours.

    Front/outside of vehicle : Bosal bulbar, Ramsey winch, aluminium fender tops, Haniball rooftop tent and Eazy Awn side awn.



    Passenger side: Rear hatch gives access to kitchen and front hatch to fridge. My wife stows her camera equipment on top of the fridge. The small hatch below the fridge can accommodate 3 x 5litre water bottles, a bag of fire wood, a bag of charcoal, etc. 40 litre water tank in body cavity behind rear wheel.



    Driverís side : Rear hatch gives access to recovery gear, tools, spare parts, compressor, etc. Front hatch gives access to freezer and I stow my camera equipment on top of the freezer. The small hatch below the freezer serves the same purpose as one on the other side of the vehicle. 46 litre aux fuel tank in body cavity behind rear wheel.



    Rear of vehicle : Double drawer system. Each drawer has the same storage capacity as 6 Wolfe crates. Beneath is storage space for an extra spare wheel, high-lift jack, steel draw bar and an ammo case with our braai goodies. Our 1st Aid kit, chairs, folding toilet seat and sand ladders are stowed on top of the drawer system. On some trips I also take my mountain bike along, and that also goes on top of the drawer system.




    Inside of vehicle : Storage box behind our heads for warm jackets, books, documents etc. Hanging from it is the 29Mhz and VHF radios as well as our inverter. Below it is another small fridge for water and cold drinks while we are driving and below that is the storage box for our 3 aux batteries.





    The conversion of our Puma Hardtop is almost complete and it looks about the same.

    Johan
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    Hoe stewig hou die connect-it? SÍ maar jou kar rol, sal die hele ding uit mekaar val? (neem aan meeste sal seker)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papsak View Post
    Daai Wit strips in myne is teflon....
    Dankie Papsak, het nou eers kans gehad om mooi na al die fotos te kyk. Lyk asof dit lekker werk.
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    Baie nice Johan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeraat View Post
    Baie, baie netjies gedoen Louis! Waar het jy daardie groen teflon "strips" gekoop wat op die ammo box rails is?

    Is daar iemand wat dalk al hulle laai stelsel gemaak het met die teflon strips as gly meganisme? Sal nogal graag wou sien hoe dit werk.

    Dankie.
    Die vraag is nog nie geantwoord nie: waar kry 'n mens die teflon (groen of wit...of watter kleur ook al)?
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    Vlakvarkie ek het dit by Bearingman gekoop.
    "What the eyes can see, the hands can build"

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    Teflon kan jy ook kry by Quadrant

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    Hi Guys,

    I am looking at installing a Draw system in the back of my frontier, any ideas on where to start, im clueless when it comes to DIY but this project I will do. nothing to fancy just one big draw. any advise

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    This is my semi/new drawers in my hardbody
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    I can't see any of your pics?!?!!?

    I'm also an ardent Defender fanatic, and would really like to see what u have.

    How can we arrange this?

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    My precious comment was meant for J Snyman.

    Excuse the dislexia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Die SwartKat View Post
    Finished this project a couple of months ago. It was done with Maisey's connect it system.

    It withstood the harshest of corrugated gravel roads that Botswana could throw at me.

    I am extremely pleased with it.
    NICE Nico!!

    I bought the connect it system to do a cooker box, figured it would not be robust enough as a shelving system... you have changed my mind!! Looks like exactly what i need. Strong enough to suit its purpose & easy enough to DIY & light enough to removable. Also not adding too much of its own weight to my already heavy load. Are the slide bottoms also aluminium or did you use steel?

    If i could rob your ideas further... the roller slides, what make did you get, i believe there is some good ones on the market & some not so good. Also the spring loaded catches look perfect where did you get them & what are they called?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Louis Liebenberg View Post
    Vlakvarkie ek het dit by Bearingman gekoop.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vuurmaker View Post
    Teflon kan jy ook kry by Quadrant
    Baie dankie.
    Francois Johnson





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