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my new sliding drawer solution 110 hardtop

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Hello all. I thought I would share my solution to getting stuff out of the back of my 110 without getting in and slipping out!!

The drawer runners are not cheap but very happy with result, mounted on marine ply and covered with rubber chequer plate and aluminium cargo rails. The weight capacity at full extension is quoted at 100 plus kgs (not sure about that but it feels solid) and 500 kgs when stowed.

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Very cool. can you use the dead space below to hide things ( if there is any).

cheers,

mike

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yeah a bit of dead space, only enough for high lift jack (if you are into those) I guess. The gap is about 50mm

The cargo rails are orientated so I can take off the engel fridge in winter. The rails are fitted to special forces vehicles according to supplier! the handle was robbed from my old tool chest.

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where'd you get them? And what are they? Cheers, Mike

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Hi Mike

this company. Bit of miriad of sliders, based on application etc

http://gsf-slides.co.uk/en/products/slide-selector-results-details.asp?productid=131&productname=15%2E9036+DTS-90+%28630-1125kg%29+Extreme+Duty

I paid almost £700 for the pair, ouch. off the top of my head, 1800mm rials with 1800mm extension. Add £100 for brackets not supplied and custom made to mount the sliders plus ply and coverings and cargo rails! not cheap but really good quality.

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