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I got one of these drawers a while ago when they were on special to fit to my WK.

I fitted one in my 2007 WH earlier in the year and it fitted well just need to cut 25mm from the top floor so the rear would shut. It really tidies things up in the rear and the drawers fit a lot of stuff. I fitted a 125 amp hr agm battery on it's side in the drawer under the fridge slide that is charged via a Ctek DC/DC charger.

Haven't got around to fitting the one to my WK yet but I have had the wiring fitted to charge the battery. I'll use the Ctek and put the battery in the drawer.

I cut out a floor and fitted a slide for my fridge and fitted that earlier in the year prior to a caravan, now use the WK for pulling the van.

I hinged the floor behind the rear seat and cut out a couple of pieces and aluminium angle screwed and Sikaflex them to the plastic and then screwed the hinges into the ali and also into the plastic...because the floor fits into the recess of the vehicle's rear floor the cut out floor is very secure.

Because the Titan Drawers in my WH work so well I decided to fit one to the WK.
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Yeh, I'd like to see some pictures of peoples new floors with brackets.
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more pictures... and go!
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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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imaz, I like that set up, what sized fridge is sitting on top of the drawers?
Waeco CFX50.

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Thanks, not too high to access? Or do you use a step?
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