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Thread: Lwb storage/draws build. Rear seats removed.

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    Love the Idea and I want to do it also! Just have to leave the kids at home lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy's Accessories View Post
    Bloody awesome. I'm guessing you will be using the seat screw points to hold this puppy in?
    Yeah i'll bend up some ally to make some fixings. It already sits snug without fixing it in.

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    I would love to do that but way too bloody useless..lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dogman View Post
    I would love to do that but way too bloody useless..lol
    I'm only 500-600kms from you and I love cash work haha

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    Everything has been coated with a sealer/primer/undercoat. Mdf is useless unless its sealed, it just wont last. Surfaces that will be taking kiwi grip i'll just rough up with 60 grit. I'm applying adhesive with a spray gun so good 100% coverage will be achievable. I pretty much want to be able upholstery clean the carpet and if car does get water in it will not affect it.

    This is just the box that my big draws/storage will sit on. I'm not sure if all those access panels will be accessible thru the top setup, the point is they are there. I have some pretty cool ideas how I'm going to build things now i have a even floor to play with.





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    If you wanna save your spray gun (and everything in your shed) we used a $10 paint roller and the thin gel grip which was thinned a little more (can't remember what we added) and it worked a treat.. Wood and carpet side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy's Accessories View Post
    If you wanna save your spray gun (and everything in your shed) we used a $10 paint roller and the thin gel grip which was thinned a little more (can't remember what we added) and it worked a treat.. Wood and carpet side.
    lol spray gun was only 20$ , you can keep the glue in a pot gun just top up when needed. Its sealed unit glue wont go off. In saying that I'm not going to trust the 20$ spray gun to be air tight. Should have heap of picks up shortly

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    Morning, lol tired has been much sleeping in last couple nights.

    Used a product called modwood, plastic decking to brace each corner for strength.







    Really good trick when when gluing carpet, separate the two with sticks and lay carpet over sticks. line it up and pull out one stick at a time pushing the carpet forward.








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    This thing ain't going no where.. What's the weight up to?? If you game enough to throw them on the scales...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy's Accessories View Post
    This thing ain't going no where.. What's the weight up to?? If you game enough to throw them on the scales...
    what do you reckon it weighs westy? Imma guess 15 kilos

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