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storage solutions

Discussion in 'Expeditions' started by bluehaze, Jul 17, 2010.

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  1. cesi

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    Photos are in no particular order but show roughly now it was made if you want further details just send us a message :) the hole set up probably cost around £225 using metal for the bed and draw chassis we had lying around at home the major expense was about £150 going on the two drawslides, I got these from eBay and they are worth every penny!

    Link to the blog is below with more comprehensive photos! scroll down to near the bottom or select the "travis" category for camper conversion photos :)

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    IMG_20160123_143704.jpg IMG_20160123_143704.jpg IMG_20160123_143631.jpg IMG_20160123_143631.jpg IMG_20160123_143704.jpg IMG_20160123_143631.jpg Decided to replace the dog guard with a webbing cargo net from rock n road.
     
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    Nice pics thanks for posting...
    I was looking at the storage solutions website and the same is about 600 quid.. just for the drawer or for a full 110 length drawer 1.1m 900 quid
     
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    Here are some of the rear of my 90.
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    Pretty basic but I needed somewhere to store my recovery kit and a few other bits in my 110 pick up. Loads of space under the rear seats so I built a drawer

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    Tucks neatly out of the way!

    The original idea was to retro fit tip forward rear seats, until I saw it would be about £500! So didnt bother with that idea...
     
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    Haven't been on here for ages due to work commitments. Anyway, I find myself away with time to contemplate further modifications......

    I've just this thread from start to finish. There are some really interesting and innovative solutions that don't hurt the pocket.

    Never been completely happy with my Jerry can water solution, although it works well and still stands memat less than £20. I'd like to hide it away.

    Since my last post I managed to purchase a second hand eezi awn 1.8m roof tent - it is great. Fitted led lights and a 12v socket. I'm saving up for a roof rack - quite like patriots. Thoughts welcome......
     
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    I put this post up in a thread in the 110 section, but someone suggested I should post some pics in here - wish I had found this section and thread before! Anyway, here is my effort at some storage for the back of my td5
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