Not quite finished but almost done, just needs the tiedown track on the top and a lock for the drawer.
Didn't like most of what I found to be available locally so ended up doing one from scratch.
The unit is one self contained box and can be removed with two people on either side via handles.
With all the drawers closed, you can barely tell they exist. Everything is flush and outside sitting on our living room floor it looks like a large coffee table.
It's shallow enough to keep the rear seats in and not have to remove the box everytime we need to use the rear seats.
From the rear, there is a main 3/4 length drawer that holds all the pots/pans/utensils and some food.
Inside that drawer is a hidden drawer that comes up further with a stove inside for cooking.
On the other side is a cutting board that sits flush with the top and acts as a cover top for the cooking gear underneath.
On top are two cupboards with fold down faces that hold more food, spices, etc...
I found this to be the best arranged for us (me and my woman) as we can just pull up anywhere and within a minute have a whole kitchen ready completely free floating and not have to worry about tables, legs, uneven ground, etc...
On the inside, on the bottom 1/4 is a wide flip down cupboard to store hiking poles and long gears. On the top are full length two large drawers that slide forward and gives up a solid sleeping platform.
The sliders are heavy duty 200lb capacity and can hold Maryna's weight bouncing up and down on them :bananaro:
Will post more pics ...
The mechanics of the kitchen drawer video clip :
The box in the background, the main kitchen drawer and the hidden stove drawer
1995 Y60 Nissan Patrol/Safari TD42T Kingsroad highroof/camper Edition ~ White UN colors
So this is the beginning of my "drawer system". It is a removable flooring setup to allow drawers/fridge/etc to be "bolted on". I wanted a stable base to build off of and this was what I came up with. I removed the 1.5 person seat to make room for the 86qt fridge/freezer.
Seems to be very steady and with the removal of 10 or so screws you can get to the frame and undo the turnbuckles thereby removing the flooring....
Basic frame made from 1x1"
Cable and turnbuckle attachment point in the rear
Cable and turnbuckle attachment point in the middle
Finished flooring using baltic birch pre-finished plywood
Behind the passenger seat
table legs for support under the front of the flooring.
2000 Land Rover Discovery II - AMV CDL, Baja Rack, Dual Battery, 3" TerraFirma lift, Rigid Industries LED Floods, Bundu Gear Boxes
2010 Range Rover Sport
2007 Harley Davidson
Visited all 7 continents as of June 2011!!!
to the top for good info and great creativity!!!
This is my plan to keep it simple and get some form of organization to my truck bed. I'm planning on having a cap with wind-doors so I'll be able to get to everything on the sides. The lids to the area where the paddles go and where the food & other storage area will have loops on top so I can bungee more stuff down and kept neat.
Not exactly a "drawer", it's a surplus medical cabinet on a 100% drawer slide. Three shelves keep everything nice and accessible and the ends come off and are tables.