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    Het die week ook 'n plat oppervlakte gebou vir agter in Jimny, net betyds vir die Cederberge! Hoop die 'kontrepsie' werk, sal nog foto's neem wanneer hy vol gelaai is!
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    Quote Originally Posted by michal View Post
    Het die week ook 'n plat oppervlakte gebou vir agter in Jimny, net betyds vir die Cederberge! Hoop die 'kontrepsie' werk, sal nog foto's neem wanneer hy vol gelaai is!
    Lyk awesome! Ons vat ook more die pad noordwaards. Weet nog nie hoe ons gaan pak nie Ek moet seker maar begin kyk daarna!
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    Baie netjies. Ek hou van dit.
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    Bought my Jimny a week or two ago and looked at the packing carefully and after readin this and a lot of other posts desided to attemt this.
    It is still a work in progress, and also ran out of material last night will have to stop at Maizey plastics again today
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    Damn... thats a good idea to use those aluminium and plastic connecters! Well done... cant wait to see the final product
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    How do you guys get around the tools and jack in the back? Do you make it that if you take out the drawers you can access the jack? Was just thinking looking at some of the designs? I'd like to leave those things in there but make it easily accessible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowan View Post
    How do you guys get around the tools and jack in the back? Do you make it that if you take out the drawers you can access the jack? Was just thinking looking at some of the designs? I'd like to leave those things in there but make it easily accessible.
    I did't put drawers in mine, but I did put a little hinged door in the bottom (floor) plank to access that cavity. I also lined it with carpet. Unfortunately I don't have photos but it was real nice.
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    Day 2 Got some more material from Maizey Plastics and got my frame finished just now gave to glue poprivet and square, Will hopefully get some time to start with the board work after mowing lawn and the usual saterday little home taskes. On the issue with the tools in the bottom compartmet will deal with it when I get there but the thought was to cut a new board and do it in two hinged halfes, but will have to then remove one of the drawers to get to it, hopefully one does not need to get in there to often all recovery gear ect will go in behind the front seats on the floor for now

    Thank you Mr ORE for the plan on the back board and for all the input from everyone, I wanted to get around the issue of having drawers a flat surface for a pull out fridge as well as using a seat hopefully it will work quite a expensive little experement especially if you also want to save weight
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    Nice!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DieSkim7692 View Post
    Day 2 Got some more material from Maizey Plastics and got my frame finished just now gave to glue poprivet and square, Will hopefully get some time to start with the board work after mowing lawn and the usual saterday little home taskes. On the issue with the tools in the bottom compartmet will deal with it when I get there but the thought was to cut a new board and do it in two hinged halfes, but will have to then remove one of the drawers to get to it, hopefully one does not need to get in there to often all recovery gear ect will go in behind the front seats on the floor for now

    Thank you Mr ORE for the plan on the back board and for all the input from everyone, I wanted to get around the issue of having drawers a flat surface for a pull out fridge as well as using a seat hopefully it will work quite a expensive little experement especially if you also want to save weight
    That looks great, and I would like to do a similar one, especially the ability to keep one seat useable. but if you are going to keep the right rear seat folded flat all the time, why don't you remove the seat upright and leave it at home?
    That will give you some extra space and save weight.
    If you know you will not use either seat in the back for a specific trip, removing both backs and the bottom is less than a 15 minute job and gives a huge gain in space.
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    Assuming the back seats are removed altogether, and I wanted to fit a huge cardboard box into the back of the Jimny, what would the maximim height, width and length of such a box be, and how many millimeters space will be left from the top of the box to the roof lining, and from the sides of the box to the inner side panels of the rear compartment?

    I am asking these questions to determine if I will be able to fit our basic requirements into the little guy, assuming one will have to buy an Oz tent or similar.
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    How about grabbing your tape measure will give you the right idea

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    Oz tent will have to go on the roof rack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poen View Post
    Assuming the back seats are removed altogether, and I wanted to fit a huge cardboard box into the back of the Jimny, what would the maximim height, width and length of such a box be, and how many millimeters space will be left from the top of the box to the roof lining, and from the sides of the box to the inner side panels of the rear compartment?

    I am asking these questions to determine if I will be able to fit our basic requirements into the little guy, assuming one will have to buy an Oz tent or similar.
    Disclaimer: From another forum converted to mm. So this is not my measurements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DieSkim7692 View Post
    Day 2 Got some more material from Maizey Plastics and...
    I like the Gummy Berry Juice in the 3rd pic. We have a rule since student days: if the bonnet opens or any work is done on a car, a Label must be drunk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DieSkim7692 View Post
    Day 2 Got some more material from Maizey Plastics and got my frame finished just now gave to glue poprivet and square, Will hopefully get some time to start with the board work after mowing lawn and the usual saterday little home taskes. On the issue with the tools in the bottom compartmet will deal with it when I get there but the thought was to cut a new board and do it in two hinged halfes, but will have to then remove one of the drawers to get to it, hopefully one does not need to get in there to often all recovery gear ect will go in behind the front seats on the floor for now

    Thank you Mr ORE for the plan on the back board and for all the input from everyone, I wanted to get around the issue of having drawers a flat surface for a pull out fridge as well as using a seat hopefully it will work quite a expensive little experement especially if you also want to save weight
    Wow, looking good and I love the fact that you can keep 1 seat useable. Is there a specific reason for the height you chose for the section above the folded-down seat? Can't wait to see it when you are done!

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    Rowan Yes agree with you if you open the Bonnet or back door to work on anything there must be some gummie berry juice involved Just makes the workload so much lighter. I made the top of the box a litle higher than the step on the sides pureley to fit a drawer system One drawer per side with a steped bottom but full lenth of the frame. with other words I will have a 900mm long drawer 100 mm deep that drops to the bottom were the luggahe area is.. Unfortunately I am going on a work trip this whole week had to shelve the project Till Friday, But the frame is at least Done glued and riveted also started with some of the Board work, I have used the Connect-it System from Maizey Plastics the Alu Profile also connect-it but called Shelf one way, 25x25 sections.

    The Board is Xinita Board also from Maizey Huneycomb cardboard and then everything will be covered in carpet used for speakers

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    Very nice system Skim
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    agree... very nice! But what are you going to put at the bottom? drawer?
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