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Old 27-11-13
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Hi Marc
I have purchased a 540x1030x280 aluminium drawer system from ORS but not fitted it yet. I have had it sitting in place and it fits, just!

I plan to make it easily removable, once again by using t-nuts on the underside. I will need to modify the bottom frame slightly for the spare wheel winder. If I need to wind the wheel down I will just roll out drawer and access through a hole in the top of the drawer frame. Looks like you have about 500-540mm width so you could consider something similar but shorter (to clear cargo barrier).

ORS aluminium system is expensive $500+ but appears to be good quality and light. Steel looked good too and was cheaper.

I like your table might adapt for my slide.

I will post more photos as I progress

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Could I get some hints on removing the 4 tie downs in the rear.
I cannot remove the plastic cover bracket to access the bolts that hold them in. What's the trick ??The parts diagram is a little lacking in finer detail.
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Could I get some hints on removing the 4 tie downs in the rear.
I cannot remove the plastic cover bracket to access the bolts that hold them in. What's the trick ??The parts diagram is a little lacking in finer detail.
flick them up with a small screwdriver
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Thanks davefjedi.
Sounds easy. I have tried screw drivers, trim removal tool and even a little pressure under the edge with a 24" wrecking bar !! Not moving. I haven't broken anything yet.

I have attached a pic - am I levering in the right place, around the edge, and are we talking about the same clips ??
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Thanks davefjedi.
Sounds easy. I have tried screw drivers, trim removal tool and even a little pressure under the edge with a 24" wrecking bar !! Not moving. I haven't broken anything yet.

I have attached a pic - am I levering in the right place, around the edge, and are we talking about the same clips ??
No you leaver the small black bit inside and it pops up to reveal the bolt. I think it was back to front to the way I thought it would be but I could be wrong it was a while ago.
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Thanks davefjedi.
Sounds easy. I have tried screw drivers, trim removal tool and even a little pressure under the edge with a 24" wrecking bar !! Not moving. I haven't broken anything yet.

I have attached a pic - am I levering in the right place, around the edge, and are we talking about the same clips ??







WRONG. Lever the plastic cover in the centre of the unit...it is on a plastic hings. Its the narrow centre cover that covers the tie down bolt.....your trying to remove the whole cover
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Thanks Dicko1 and gumbs. That's the trick - easy ! No worries now, much appreciated.
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I was going to mount my 40 lt Engel in the rear but without a slide it is very difficult to access.
My solution was to remove the r/h rear seat and I made a base plate from form ply and bolted it down with some longer high tensile bolts to the original seat mounts and mounted the fridge behind the driver and fixed it in place with 4 tie downs.I packed out the underside of the base plate to kick it on an angle toward the passenger side of the car a little which enables the lid to open fully backward and gives easy access without the need to try to hold the lid up.
We only ever have one rear seat passenger so this works for us and leaves the rear cargo area free except for my battery.the rear seat passenger can also access the fridge whilst travelling which is handy if your trying to get some serious kms under your belt.i have posted picks on here somewhere but not too sure how to add a link Sorry
In the rear I have a custom made for ply box with recovery gear etc bolted to a false floor from formply
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i have posted picks on here somewhere but not too sure how to add a link Sorry
Here you go

https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...ad.php?t=60468
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Thanks Rugga and ilikeachallenge (and OJ) for the hints and links. And now I know to use T-nuts for mountings - and use formply - that Brunnings cut to size for me today. Next to attach it to the 4 tie-down mounts with M6 thread bolts.
I intend to use overlength bolts firmly attached to the existing mounts with Locktite applied, then cut them off to length and apply nylon lock nuts/washers to hold the formply down.
I also have a sheet of "Best Step Anti-fatigue Flooring" to go under the formply.

I looked at the Titan 900 mm rear drawers - they seemed good value, but decided to start with a single floor sheet where I can attach my own setup as and where I like. Ordered a Dunne and Watson fridge slide.

I welcome any suggestions to improve the plan. I needed help at step 1 - to expose the tie-down bolts !!
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