maybe I missed it. Who's drawers are these? love the divider idea!I installed the rear drawers this week and my wife and I made some DIY dividers for them.
So nice being able to bolt these in without two people and having to get under the tuck!
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Anderson Plug for the refrigerator:
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(The bungee cord in the picture above holds our stove in place).
Fridge-slide and fridge installed:
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As I mentioned, my wife and I made some DIY dividers for the drawers. They were so easy to make and work really well. We had some corrugated plastic lying around and cut it to fit the perimeter of the drawers. The plastic is called Plasti Shield Pro and is used for covering floors, walls, etc. during construction.
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After making a perimeter around the drawer, we cut dividers and used bobby-pins to keep them in place.
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They are super lightweight and stable.
We dimensioned the lower left corner of the drawer below so the trays would nest in perfectly and be held in place.
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There is a company online that makes these for Pellican cases (that is where I got the idea) but theirs have foam glued to them. This could be a good option if you had more delicate things to store in your drawers.
And with that, the Bean is pretty much back together and ready for adventures!
The only things left on the list are to install the roof top tent and charge the AC system. The RTT will go on soon and I plan on doing the AC in the next month or two.
I also have some routine maintenance items to attend to (flush brakes, adjust tie rods, maybe knuckle job....the usual maintenance), but as it sits, this truck is now ready to be used!!