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Default 4wdsupacentre draws for JEEPS , who would be interested if availiable.

Hi guys & gals.

Have just contacted 4wdsupacentre.com.au and suggested they expand their draw range to include ones for JEEP Wranglers as none of theirs will currently fit directly into the back of the jeeps without modification...

Their prices are reasonable and would be cheaper than some other options , just putting it out there for discussion.
It has been passed on to the bosses for evaluation.

Any input or numbers for support for this would be appreciated and might convince them to make some for our beasts

Tell us what you think.

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May have been a few months ago however have done my own thing due to the price of what was available from other suppliers. Also I'm not sure how removable the supacenter draw set up is, not having access to the storage cuddy would be a deal breaker for me.
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I've looked at them for my WG, but bloody hell they are heavy. Around 70kg I think. I made a ply storage unit for my KJ using some standard plastic storage boxes for drawers and it's great. Fraction of the cost and a fraction of the weight.
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Yeah I would be. I'd love a set of drawers and fridge slide but I can't be bothered to build my own!
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I'd make my own if I wanted.....the plastic storage box/trays sounds like a good plan....easy access to the storage under the floor.
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I suggested to them about a month ago to start supplying their Kings brand throttle controllers for the Wrangler.

They replied back very quickly that they was no intention to for the foreseeable future.

About 2 weeks after that, they were being advertised.

They don't need convincing, if they see a buck in it they will sell them soon.
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I bought the smallest set they have and cut them down to fit the back of my XJ.
It wouldn't take much to build shorter ones for you little JK boys.
No way you could buy the components alone, 2 lockable drawers and a fridge slide all in gal steel with carpet, tie downs, edging and infill panels.
Heavy ? Yes, SOLID AF!
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