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Old 24th-March-2009, 08:44
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Default Re: Fitting an Exmoor cubby box

I made my cubbby box for less than a fiver all i have to do is cover it im thinking shag carpet and it has been adapted for speakers. If your handy with wood i would give that a go.
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Old 24th-March-2009, 12:21
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have you got any pics J judge?
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Old 24th-March-2009, 12:58
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Heres my home made one. Cost about 20 quid
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Old 24th-March-2009, 14:00
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have you got any pics J judge?

yer sure i will quickly take some now bear in mind its not finished yet still got to put the hinges on and cover it.
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Old 24th-March-2009, 14:14
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the area in between the drinks holder and the speakers needs hinging still have to countersink all the screw heads but i left my bit set at work so will do that tomorrow i think its good as it took about an hour from me realising i needed one to actually fitting. Hopefully you will try your self.
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Old 24th-March-2009, 18:05
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did you need 6 cans of relentless to fit it?

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Old 24th-March-2009, 18:18
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this is 1 i knocked up 1 evening
does me only sits in without the seat swob in so best of both worlds , when i need to take the grandson out just pop it out and drop the swab back in .

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Old 24th-March-2009, 19:54
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the relentless is there to show the functionality of the drinks holder and yes they were needed:P
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Old 25th-March-2009, 09:53
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Default Re: Fitting an Exmoor cubby box

they all look awesome, will have to make a start, have some spare ply laying around that would do the job
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