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    Fridge Slide

    Hi All, looking for some info on installing a fridge slide directly onto the rear cargo floor any tips or tricks are welcome or best practices to get it in and secure.

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    G’day Mate
    Personally not a big fan of drilling into beaut wagon rear OEM cargo floors
    In a past life found that simply cutting a say 19mm ‘Structural Formply’ shape to suit your desired floor plan and afix it via existing OEM bolt holes there within creates a perfect starting base
    Up to your good self thereafter with screw choices versus weight loads less than 19mm screw depth
    Cargo Barriers A MUST


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Personally not a big fan of drilling into beaut wagon rear OEM cargo floors
    Agree. I have managed to have a combination bed/draws/storage (home made), frame to hold 2 jerrys (home made), and 2 fridge tie down points (home made) in the back of my Y61 wagon using only existing bolt holes all without needing a ply subfloor. And all have multiple fixing points.

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    Thanks Mate, I think I will opt for this, definitely don't want to be drilling holes into the floor if I can avoid it.

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