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    Rear draws

    G'day all, has anyone purchased the Titan rear draws from the 4wd Supacentre, i see that they are really cheap atm,
    Are they any good,
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    There a bit heavy @80kgs but a good system easy to fit why pay more
    for the same thing else where

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    Mudski has them they are rally good in contrast to all the other rubbish they sell. Mine are arriving in a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Mudski has them they are rally good in contrast to all the other rubbish they sell. Mine are arriving in a few weeks.

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    Hodge what are you going to do for the fridge slide? That's the only part I thought looked below average on them... Think Mudski had a drop down or seperate slide from memory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacho86 View Post
    Hodge what are you going to do for the fridge slide? That's the only part I thought looked below average on them... Think Mudski had a drop down or seperate slide from memory?
    I actually rang Mark to ask him that exact question . I was wondering how solid that top board / fridge slide is. And he was very happy with his with his fridge on. Very sturdy apparently.
    Otherwise I was going to transfer my arb slide from my current setup on top of the draws if the slide out board wasn't up to the task.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    I actually rang Mark to ask him that exact question . I was wondering how solid that top board / fridge slide is. And he was very happy with his with his fridge on. Very sturdy apparently.
    Otherwise I was going to transfer my arb slide from my current setup on top of the draws if the slide out board wasn't up to the task.

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    That's good then, must've had him mixed up with someone else.

    If you're happy with the fridge slide on the draws and want to get rid of your ARB fridge slide let me know, I'd be keen to buy if off you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bacho86 View Post
    That's good then, must've had him mixed up with someone else.

    If you're happy with the fridge slide on the draws and want to get rid of your ARB fridge slide let me know, I'd be keen to buy if off you
    I'll be off loading my whole rear compartment and / or the arb fridge slide in a few weeks so I'll let you know.
    Supercentre keep postponing delivery dates so who knows when I'll get the draws.

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    Hey Tonks
    They are a great item -

    Had a good look at em in the outlet on display installed in their green patrol, they feel strong as buggery and definately do the job. They are very heavily built and add about 80kg empty when installed not sure if that would be an issue for some.


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    I have just installed a set, and yes they are heavy. By comparison, I have black widow ones in my Triton, and these are every bit as well made, with the exception perhaps of a few sharp edges. I have to say, that at about $1000 saving, its a small complaint
    With regard the fridge slide, it has a front steel brace front and rear under the base board. I probably will strengthen the slide lock, its a bit light on.
    My only concern is the way the side wings fit across the jack and wheel tool "port" is. Either I will somehow modify that access or have to relocate the jack etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shantillylais View Post
    I have just installed a set, and yes they are heavy. By comparison, I have black widow ones in my Triton, and these are every bit as well made, with the exception perhaps of a few sharp edges. I have to say, that at about $1000 saving, its a small complaint
    With regard the fridge slide, it has a front steel brace front and rear under the base board. I probably will strengthen the slide lock, its a bit light on.
    My only concern is the way the side wings fit across the jack and wheel tool "port" is. Either I will somehow modify that access or have to relocate the jack etc.
    I hope you checked all the bearing bolts , before the install or you may find one or two falling off .
    Slide latch looks cheap is cheap but is remarkably strong , mine has survived Wonnangatta, big red and most of the major tracks around the corner country and I'm still waiting for it to break .
    As for the jack , in the GQ mine is still in its original spot but I've put wiring and switches on that side so put in a strip of Bunnings garden edging to hide the hole left when you take the jack cover off , I'm dreading the first time I need the jack but tested it out and I can get at it , might relocate it if it's a bugger to get out .

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