Just finished the TrekBoxx install in the 80 and I'm wondering what you guys are using as dividers. Anything better or on par with the Pelican TrekPak Dividers?
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Not dividers, but FWIW - a pair of the Front Runner flat packs fit great in the large @TrekboxX drawer. Since my drawers are only loaded for day/weekend trips, I find this solution works for quickly getting my gear in/out of the system. I pack our cooking gear and supplies in them.
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So tonight I completed the upper drawer with my home brew TrekPak. I purchased the plastic sheet, foam and spray glue at Michaels and picked up some hair pins at Target.
At this point, I'm thinking this is going to look like something out of the 3rd grade, but wanted to give it a shot, before paying for a load of TrekPak.
Here is the board I used.
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I designed the system on paper and then placed the items I wanted to use in their respective locations in the drawer. First cut and complete the side sections as the front and rear measurements will need to account for the foam applied to the side sections.
Do each section at a time. Cut your desired dimensions on the sheet.
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Here is the 2mm foam
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Next use the Scotch 77 spray adhesive
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After a light coat of adhesive~
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I've been sitting on the same materials I purchased off Amazon for a couple of months just waiting on my Trekboxx order to arrive. Should be shipped tomorrow so I'm right behind you on this project! I found some 1/4" drip line irrigation stakes I plan on using for the connections. Great work!Thanks and yes.. Board, foam and 77 Spray glue all at Michales ...
@Overland Tailor did a nice job documenting the same process I followed, the only exception being I used the table saw and 1/4 drip irrigation stakes. They work great, I really couldn’t be happier with this cheep mod. Have a look on my build thread in the signature for a couple pics.