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Hi All,

Here are a few photos of my custom built shelf system and fridge slide for my JK. I got the idea from a Canadian dude (Jeep Kitchen) off the Internet. I took his idea and a friend of mine who's a boil maker and I improved on it slightly and the following photos is the result.

Its a three draw system with the bottom shelf that accommodates a stove as well as kitchen utensils etc. The bottom shelf also has a prep area that is food grade stainless steel. My mate also fabricated a barcket to hold a 2kg Gas bottle however since getting all sorts of questions about carry a small gas bottle inside the car I now have an alcohol Origo Marine stove that I use instead and which I am extremely happy about!









Here is the alcohol stove I use:

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Wow. Noice mate.

Can your mate build some more? Where are you guys?
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Can your mate build some more? Where are you guys?
My mate does this for a living!... He does a lot of metal fabrication. Yes he could do this but we are based in Darwin which is a loooong way from most of you lol
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Gas bottle bracket which I dont use unless I'm filling it up.




2nd battery bracket setup on the other side

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Yeah, looooong way.

It's mint.


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It's mint.


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lol I was waiting for that!..... $900 (including brackets for gas bottle and battery).... He put a lot of work into fabricating it and we spent a bit of time designing and measuring up to suit my needs. Something like this would be in excess of $2000+ easily.
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lol I was waiting for that!..... $900 (including brackets for gas bottle and battery).... He put a lot of work into fabricating it and we spent a bit of time designing and measuring up to suit my needs. Something like this would be in excess of $2000+ easily.
I especially like the gas bottle holder and you even thought of the second battery mount. Fantastic price too, it's a bargain. Good for you.

Some people are getting ticketed for gas bottles outside on the bumper spare tyre carrier, whereas the sun will heat the bottle up on the roof rack

Dept of Env, NSW has guidance on how to carry gas bottles in vehicles and what you got there is perfecto mate.

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I especially like the gas bottle holder and you even thought of the second battery mount. Fantastic price too, it's a bargain. Good for you.

Some people are getting ticketed for gas bottles outside on the bumper spare tyre carrier, whereas the sun will heat the bottle up on the roof rack

Dept of Env, NSW has a guidance on how to carry gas bottles in vehicles and what you got there is perfecto mate.

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Cheers!... I should point out that I also investigated what size if any gas bottle could be kept inside a vehicle. I was advised by elgas that 2 x 9kg bottles can be transported inside a vehicle but should be minimised to refilling or travelling to a camp site and back only. They should always be removed and not left in the vehicle. Anything above the allowed quantity would need to be placed in a strong and secure container/box that is well ventilated to the outside. My bottle is only 2kg and would only travel to and from camp sites if I was to use it. When I get to a location it would be removed and place outside then connected to the gas stove (never left connected inside the vehicle). The other recommendation is to always test for leaks with dishwashing liquid and some water before ever travelling with a bottle. Now that I have an alcohol stove the whole gas thing isn't an issue anymore and I feel a little more comfortable travelling without a gas bottle!
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