DIY sliding drawer system for Toyota Landcruiser 100 series

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DIY sliding drawer system for Toyota Landcruiser 100 series


Thought I would share my recent project as we get ready for a trip to central Australia (hopefully we will get a chance to visit Arltunga....). I did shop around first and the asking price for a new set-up was anything up to $2700 and that did not include installation!!

So here's my home made solution in build stages:

25mm square tubing for extra strength, note the use of tie down bolts to existing tie-down rings (no holes/screws [......]
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