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Not the Titan drawers but BCF's XTM currently $299 club price.

Yes, boot closes fine on that angle.

Fridge slider, so called chopping board slider and a single drawer. Seem like a good build and rollers used... happy overall.

Mounted it down to marine ply which I had replace the oem floor, with gas struts to access the wheel recess. Wooden frame, brackets bolted to the floor. 600n dual short struts.

Now that I have drawers, I need to take out the fridge only, recline the 2nd row seats forward a bit and the gas floor can raise the lot up.



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imaz, I like that set up, what sized fridge is sitting on top of the drawers?
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Waeco CFX50.

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Thanks, not too high to access? Or do you use a step?
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Fine for me and can open 98% of the fridge door to access large items. Mrs will need the foldable step stool.

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I pulled the tub liner out and had a look, the air suspension tank gets in the way a bit, but I think I'll be able to run 50mm angle (thinking of using aluminium) on each side with some vertical braces and one across to take the weight of the hinge for the new floor. Then place the tub liner back in over it with a bit of trimming.

Do you find the 600n struts are good for the weight? I'll probably unload the fridge and contents to lift it if I ever have to.
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I pulled the tub liner out and had a look, the air suspension tank gets in the way a bit, but I think I'll be able to run 50mm angle (thinking of using aluminium) on each side with some vertical braces and one across to take the weight of the hinge for the new floor. Then place the tub liner back in over it with a bit of trimming.

Do you find the 600n struts are good for the weight? I'll probably unload the fridge and contents to lift it if I ever have to.
Depends on the structure of the allinium. Should be fine.

600 is plenty if you get the correct angle, again the frame needs to be solid otherwise it will give way with 600n.

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