take all the credit for this concept as I saw a picture of someone
else’s draw system. Any pic 1 is the basic layout I designed
according to dimensions. Pic 2 is of the wooden boards which cover
the frame to form the new floor and Pic 3 is the frame I designed
around my layout. I then printed a bunch of pic 3 and used this
to calculate the number of connect-it pieces i needed as well as
the amount of Al square tubing I needed as well as the lengths I
needed to cut them into.
here are some pics of the frame. The 6 ammo cases fit into the draw,
and the wooden boards fit above the frame. I'm not much of a welder
and as i was working with aluminium welding was not an option, pic
4 shows a corner piecr of the frame. Pic 5 shows tha fraim in the
bakkie and the last 2pic finished show the product
some more info,
Heavy Duty Slides
Non ferrous metal works
31 Nasmith Avenue
011 - 626 3390
264 Zeiler Street
012 – 327 0016
Pretoria West, 0117
320 Mitchell Street
Tel: (012) 352-2000 (new number)
6 Loveday street,
It is really
a easy project a night or 2 planning then sat morning running around
getting equipment and you'll have it up and running by Sunday lunch.
I used 2x furnlock
slides whith 100km load each.
on the front side of the draw I fitted a dead bolt for security.