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    They are good value for money out of the box, bolt on, drive away. They feel good and seem like a good solid production line riveted together units. How long will they last, and how long will the draw bearings last? Time will tell.
    The only thing I don't like, and do not use is the built in fridge slide.
    Other than that, for what they are in $. Seriously, it is a no brainer...
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    ah yes. I did check all the fasteners, I only had a couple of the cross brace screws that were a little loose, all the bearings were great. Good to hear about that latch, I am pretty impressed overall
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    what dont you like about the fridge slide Hodge? I will be "cutting" holes in mine for the Engel feet, but apart from that, it looks pretty solid. Like I said earlier, they are built every bit as well as my Black Widow drawers that I have in another vehicle. cheers Lana
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    Quote Originally Posted by shantillylais View Post
    what dont you like about the fridge slide Hodge? I will be "cutting" holes in mine for the Engel feet, but apart from that, it looks pretty solid. Like I said earlier, they are built every bit as well as my Black Widow drawers that I have in another vehicle. cheers Lana
    Hey Lana.
    First and not really a "bad" thing but still annoying me is. The slide is super tight in mine as well as another mates that i've noticed. I have to brace my foot against the car and then yank it out to be able to slide it out.
    Not really a big deal, but would be nice if it was a nice gliding action. Once again, I don't expect too much for what they're worth. They really are a great set per-dollar.

    The second thing I HATE about the fridge slide is if you have things sitting on the right hand side for example. On top of the draws. You pull the fridge slide out, and everything falls into the draw/gap/hole that the slide leaves behind.... Annoying.

    For me it was a no brainer. I bolted my ARB fridge slide onto the "existing" fridge slide. Issue fixed.
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    And I forgot to add... With my ARB slide on top, I get to have a double slide-out! Fridge comes out further. Not that I'd use it often and/or trust the Titan slide to hold the weight all the way out.
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    Hodge that is a good point about the hole and things falling into it. I agree about how tight they are too, but I thought that was because it is new. Might need a barrier mod to stop those things falling in the hole when touring. This is the first time I have had a side by side drawer system, and had not even considered that. Primarily my installation is for day to day storage so I dont have to take important stuff out of the car for the next daily interest, ie golf, fishing. cheers Lana
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    The slide on mine is about right but I like Hodges setup with the ARB slide which I was wondering what to do with it .
    There is no real spare room at the back of the fridge because of the cargo barrier and I've put an extra fan behind the fridge , above it on the cargo barrier is a 3000 watt inverter , because I run two agm spare battery's the third one lives on the left side of the fridge but I've put a spacer under it so it doesn't interfere with the slide .
    Most of the electrics are on this side also which only leaves enough room for a tote bag , Next to the fridge also packed up is a sliding utility box and behind that against the cargo barrier is a double thumper air compressor which is fixed .
    Above the Plano box is a shelf for awning mesh tent and a mesh floor for it .
    Right side of cargo area is used for chairs and compressor hose and fittings .
    Draw under fridge slide is divided into three by the use of plastic storage draws , the two front ones accessible but the back one is used for extra or emergency food .

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    I Installed my Titan on the week end. For the price (think I paid $350) couldn't be happier. Had to trim up some of the fluff on the wings as was very tight. I also made up some spacers to put under the fixing points to the floor of the gu so that there was a solid connection. I am going to modify it a bit more as well as when my DCM rear dinner door arrives, i am probably going to have to cut a bit off the top panel on the right hand side and shorten the wing a bit to be able to close the rear barn door. I am also going strengthen up the cross bars that the right side lid is on as I am installing a clearview es 220 on top of that side.
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    FWIW, paid a bit more than blokes above back then for earlier Titan drawer deals to our budget needed. They've unexpectedly held up extremely well. 80L Waeco F/F just fits on the drivers side with its Waeco slimline slide and we use the Titan slide as a bench/table. . Careful of positioning bigger fridges in our trucks, their handles can miss windows by only cm's so may I please suggest temporary wood/tek type screw tests first before final bolt down:-) Overall weight of these drawers is an issue at 80kg+ I believe so touring with them and a family of four will be a no go for us unfortunately!


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    Can't remember if I put the ARB 60 litre fridge in for a test after putting the drawers in or not , getting rid of all the rear seats helped me to counter the weight .
    That fridge in your pic has the same cheap arse connection that came with the ARB fridge and the evakool , the ARB one was getting that hot at the plug it shite itself in Broome , bought the heavier engel knock off that ARB fridges have now .
    The Evakool I have converted to Anderson plug and wish I had of done the same to the ARB .

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