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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_J View Post
    This is by no means neat, or ideal, but it's free (I had these drawers in the garage). Some day I'll put something more permanent in.
    The drawers are held down with bungee cords, and each hold separate types of things, such as food that doesn't need refrigeration in one, camping goodies (tongs, torches, cable ties, etc) in another, kitchen goodies (bowls, paper towels, cleaning stuff, etc.) in another, etc.

    behind it is my recovery box, and the 45L thermo-electric cooler. The stretchers, clothes bag, chairs etc go on top of the lot.
    The Greensport tent (awesome thing - pops up in 30 seconds) goes on the roof rack with the jerry can, and bedding.

    As I said, not ideal, but better than nothing if you have these drawers already. I glued the vertical supports together, to prevent them popping apart.
    Second photo is the Thule roof rack and erected tent.

    P.s. back seats removed.
    Always space for a cold one!! I like!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_J View Post
    This is by no means neat, or ideal, but it's free (I had these drawers in the garage). Some day I'll put something more permanent in.
    The drawers are held down with bungee cords, and each hold separate types of things, such as food that doesn't need refrigeration in one, camping goodies (tongs, torches, cable ties, etc) in another, kitchen goodies (bowls, paper towels, cleaning stuff, etc.) in another, etc.

    behind it is my recovery box, and the 45L thermo-electric cooler. The stretchers, clothes bag, chairs etc go on top of the lot.
    The Greensport tent (awesome thing - pops up in 30 seconds) goes on the roof rack with the jerry can, and bedding.

    As I said, not ideal, but better than nothing if you have these drawers already. I glued the vertical supports together, to prevent them popping apart.
    Second photo is the Thule roof rack and erected tent.

    P.s. back seats removed.
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    I built a packing system for the Jimny a while back, but now it's just taking up space in my garage because I sold the Jimny.

    It's got two platforms/shelves on sliders. The one at the bottom kan fit 2x ammoboxes perfectly. The top one's open and can take whatever can be fitted up to the roof.

    It's made from 25mm square tube aluminium and joined together using connect-it connectors. The "drawers"/shelves are made from 16mm plywood covered with carpet. I made custom brackets that can bolt onto the Jimny's existing holes where the back seats are fixed. You'll just need to buy longer bolts than the ones that goes with the seats.

    The system is not 100% and needs some pop-rivits that I never put in. I also sawed off the horizontal bolts of the back seats as they annoyed me. So you'll either have to take off your bolts or modify the system to fit into the Jimny.

    The sliders for the shelves cost me about R250 and the aluminium another R250 or so. Not sure about the plywood, carpet, connect-it connectors and my 2 nights labour!

    I'm willing to let the whole thing go for R350.

    PM me if you're interested.
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    You'll have to post a photo or two.
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    Got a few messages already. I'll take some photos when there's enough light tomorrow.

    I don't think I ever took a photo of it while mounted in the Jimny...

    Will post them there in the next few days.
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    I should have a "Ore rak" here somewhere as well...
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    Die naweek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoetbulkrokkedil View Post
    Die naweek
    Stoetbul,

    Kan jy asb help met 'n voorstel van waar om daai swart materiaal te koop waarmee die orerak oorgetrek is. En waarmee is dit vasgegom?

    Baie dankie!

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    Ek het my swart materiaal (dit is dieselfde) gekoop by Kells in Maitland. Vasgeplak met Genkem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCR View Post
    Ek het my swart materiaal (dit is dieselfde) gekoop by Kells in Maitland. Vasgeplak met Genkem.
    Ek het my materiaal en die gom (mastik) ook daar gekoop, hul is die goedkoopste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michal View Post
    Stoetbul,

    Kan jy asb help met 'n voorstel van waar om daai swart materiaal te koop waarmee die orerak oorgetrek is. En waarmee is dit vasgegom?

    Baie dankie!
    Dit is dieselfde materiaal as wat hul vir die subwoofer bokse gebruik, so jy kan dalk by 'n sound shop gaan hoor in Plet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoetbulkrokkedil View Post
    Dit is dieselfde materiaal as wat hul vir die subwoofer bokse gebruik, so jy kan dalk by 'n sound shop gaan hoor in Plet
    Dankie, het reggekom by Kehls - het onlangs terug getrek kaap toe. Lekker goedkoop!

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    Ah, jy spel ook die naam reg. Wat bou jy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCR View Post
    Ah, jy spel ook die naam reg. Wat bou jy?
    Bou sommer net 'n platform vir agter in Jimny. Sal maar aanpas soos wat ek bou en sien wat werk.

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    I'm seriously thinking of losing the back seats....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nox View Post
    I'm seriously thinking of losing the back seats....
    Yep, useless for adults anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCR View Post
    Yep, useless for adults anyway.
    Yeah i don't use them anyway. i once had 2 people in the back and once 1 other person.

    I would like to fit it with some sort of customized layout so will have to do some measurements and drawing.
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    Default Jimny Packing

    Here is what I'm bussy with, I will start covering it this week, I can already see my mistakes. but I will first take it on holiday and let you know after wards.

    The 52 l NL weekender comes on the right hand side on runners. Below it is camping gear and two 10 l water cans.

    on the left is two black crates for cloths and stuff and below it, I plan and building a drawer/kitchen/food storage space.

    the roof get a AO Rail Rack with a Oz Malamoo tent, the ground sheets, A 4 x 3 m canvas and two 10l jerry cans.

    The rest goes behing the seats and where ever there is space, O and the two front runner chairs goes on the right hand side. above the wheel arch.

    I will reserve my opinion on the connect-it system for just now.
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    Default packed for 28 days

    Packed EVERYTHING even sand-trax (not used )for 28 day trip around Botswana , Nam, Zim
    Did not block review mirror , had space for more
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    Hi surfer

    Are you standing on your jimny's bumper in the last photo ?

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