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My new box. 3 years 7 months ago #409

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Why would you want to be able to remove the box for? As that would be where you would keep the gas bottle and other bit's.
But if you really want it removable get some L brackets from tool station and a small pick & mix bag from wilkos with 8 mm bolts and nut's some 70mm bolt's and wing nuts to suit with penny washers for both. Use the 6mm bolts with wing nuts through the L brackets under the A frame.

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My new box. 3 years 7 months ago #410

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This what you need with the wilkos bag I just rammed it full with extra nut's washers and some screw in rings so I got my monies worth for £1.99 but the brackets were £7.30? For 10 but you'll need 8 as you'll need 4 either side.

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My new box. 3 years 7 months ago #437

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Well here is the finished box just got to fix it to the A frame now.

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My new box. 3 years 7 months ago #488

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I would have loved to have found an underfloor heater, but when we looked under ours all we found was rust! All replaced/welded now though. :cheer:

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My new box. 3 years 7 months ago #496

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Some of the old Rapido folding caravans, the ones which are sheets of plywood in a box, have a big front box and the lid folds over to make a table. Simple hinge to hold it on and a drop down leg. Very useful for outdoor eating and cooking.

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