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    Fridge slide in back seat area

    Wondering if anyone has done this before.
    Ripping out the seats, making a flat floor.
    It would mean, of course, being able to extend the distance the rear passenger doors open - if it is possible.

    Has anyone out there done this, and could give some advise?

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    If I remember correctly, 3dogs has done something similar.
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    Hi ,I removed to seat behind the driver and made a flat platform so my Engel 40ltr
    will be secure via an engel transit base. Easy as to access, I have spare hinged so the lid would open
    from the side rathe than the end, Ill get around to it he he he
    well worth it imho
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    Hi ,I removed to seat behind the driver and made a flat platform so my Engel 40ltr
    will be secure via an engel transit base. Easy as to access, I have spare hinged so the lid would open
    from the side rathe than the end, Ill get around to it he he he
    well worth it imho
    Yeah, Maddog, it seems to me that this is the better option, if only I can get the passenger doors wide enough.

    Benefits - heavy fridge is closer to centre of gravity, better weight distribution, and easier access - especially for my beautiful 5' 2" wife.

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    You could have a rope tied to the other end of the fridge and secured somewhere inside the vehicle. When you open the rear door and pull the fridge outward it can only go "so far" so it half hangs out the door. When you're done, simply push it back in. Done deal.
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