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Bolted on bits, factory and aftermarket accessories Discussion of after-market extras: winches, bull bars, tow bars (and Towing), roof racks, snorkels, and other cool stuff

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Old 30-03-16
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Hello learned people,

I'm chasing drawers for my LWB NS. Had a quote from Get Off Road here in Wodonga but they've unfortunately been unable to supply them and have instead quoted me ARB drawers for an extra $230... so I'm on the hunt.

Any suggestions? I want drawers, fridge slide and cargo barrier. Get Off Road have a good and fairly well priced cargo barrier but as I'm experiencing sadness with their customer service I'm happy to look elsewhere.

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Have you looked at the ORS drawers? They have a aluminium range which are about a 1/3 lighter but still rated to the same capacity. They also do slides and cargo barriers...

Ironman also have a brand new range which apparently has improved on their previous models.
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Yeah I'm looking into the Ironman stuff a bit more (which Get Off Road sell). I'll look at the ORS drawers too. Thanks!
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Have you looked into the 4x4 Supastore. I thought they looked ok but I am not in the market so to be honest, I havent looked into them very much, just browsing realy. Also I saw some at Bunnings the other day. Once again, I was only walking past but they looked ok

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Hi Steve - had a bit of a look, but they're all quite long. There's only 800mm back there and I couldn't see on 4WD Supastore ones that short. Thanks for the weigh in
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Yeah I'm looking into the Ironman stuff a bit more (which Get Off Road sell). I'll look at the ORS drawers too. Thanks!
Yeah I liked that as with the aluminium, they are so much lighter than a full MDF set, which when kids and all the associated 'stuff' that comes with them is taken into account, every weight saving counts towards a legal GVM!
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I'm still slowly going through the evaluation/research phase myself for rear storage options for my NW.

Been looking at the ORS 2 drawer unit and their platform as well. Also looking at the Drifta units. Really like the space saving and weight reduction
of the Drifta units that use teflon slides.

Still mulling over the many options and trying to be careful to avoid any caveats. I feel that using the spare seat well for water tank is good place to
start from as its probably the best use of that space. Seen some great installs on here with included pumps/taps etc.

Then for me its either side by side drawers with a drop fridge slide on top, or 2 medium drawers next to an ORS or IRS fridge slide. I'm leaning heavily
towards the flat top option as its more versatile when not touring ie most of the time for me.

http://www.offroadsystems.com.au/pri...ero_nm_nx.html
http://www.drifta.com.au/mitsubishi-...rawer-package/
http://www.indrub.com.au/hardware/dr...dge-slide.html

Any opinions, especially firsthand observations very welcome

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I built my own drawers, but if I ever change them, it will be for the ORS aluminum drawers with two drawers stacked on top of each other with the fridge on a standard slide next to it.
My current MSA Drop slide weighs 30 kg alone, add another 6 or 7 for my fridge cage and 69 kg for my drawer system and its well over 100kgs with nothing in the drawers.
Most of the commercial steel drawer systems will be in excess of 75kg and every kilo counts when you start piling on the mods. The ORS aluminum drawers are expensive, but they are a quality unit.
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Thanks for the info people. I appreciate that. The great search continues.... Get OffRoad have chased around for me and the ARB drawers are 850mm - which seems a bit long for the back of the old girl. They had a bit more of a think and rang me back again (kudos to them for trying to improve customer service) and have 700mm drawers made by the guys who used to do the Black Widow draw system. They have a slam shut thing, no carpet inside but are all heavy duty and full on. Also quite a bit cheaper so I'll nip over and have a look. Thanks again gang!

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I have seen a draw system that was, 2 draws flat side by side, but one draw could be used as a fridge slide.
The top folded up to become a divider when the fridge was in, or top laying flat when used as a draw.
Can't find pic at the moment but thought it was a great idea.
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