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Old 29-05-17
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Default Gen4 Rear Drop Down Table

Hello everyone,

Thought I would show off my new drop down table that is mounted to my rear cargo door. I have researched other members ideas, and took some inspiration (so a big thanks to those members).

The build was fairly straight forward,and with other builds in mind we kind of made it up as we went.

Probably over engineered a little, and I would estimate this table would take 20kgs no worries.

Happy to answer any questions.
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Old 29-05-17
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Very neat job

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Nice one
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Old 29-05-17
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Very nice, my wife has been telling me to do something about the stock thing on the rear door recently, I really like your design.

I assume you put those backing plates everywhere you went the through the plastic?
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Old 29-05-17
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Well done ..Looks great ..On my to do list
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One of the great thing with this forum is seeing people's ideas and their skill at making things. Top job.
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looking to do the same myself as I guess are most others, so thanks for the post.
I want to space mine out a little to leave room for the stock cover.
Does yours still fit or no ?

cheers Brett
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Old 28-10-17
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My cover doesn't fit any more but the table does a good job of holding things in place. I'll take a snap but I think the new hinges would get in the way of the old plastic ones.
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