- Designed individually
for each model, neatly following the contours of the vehicle. We have patterns
for most vehicles for full and half drawer systems or we can custom build a
drawer system to your specifications.
duty - suitably durable for tradesmen and for off road driving.
from marine bonded plywood reinforced with steel bracing. All components are either
screwed and glued, bolted or riveted.
drawer rollers are rated at 200 kg evenly distributed (each drawer).
steel, lockable (keyed alike), flush mounted "T" latches.
to keep the red dust out.
anchored - in most cases, fitted by utilising genuine captive nuts, no holes to drill.
not to rattle.
in an industrial carpet.
to allow enough space to fit a full cargo barrier. (if required)
drawer systems available to allow the use of one of the third row (cargo) passenger
seats, or for mounting a fridge slide at floor level.
complete with two pull out panels to take advantage of the storage space next
to the wheel arches. These pull out panels also allow full access to all the removable
panels in the genuine trim (for jack storage etc.)
use of space - our cargo drawers are designed individually for each model. The
drawers are made as wide as possible, the drawer roller assemblies as compact
as possible and the space behind the wheel arches is utilised for storage. All
aspects of the design have been calculated for the optimum use of space in the
built in fridge slide (rated at 100 kg). The fridge slide can be locked in place,
providing security for the contents of the drawer underneath.
fridge slide and the drawer underneath can be locked together. The two combined
can be rolled in and out providing a load capacity of 300 kg (evenly distributed).
heavy duty "tie downs".
"lift off " table - sits on top of an open drawer. Constructed from
19mm food contact grade polyethylene plastic.
This photo of a Prado
drawer system shows how our drawers are designed to neatly follow the contours
of the vehicle. It also shows a "pull out panel" to allow access to
the storage space behind the wheel arch. "Pull out panels" also allow
access to the removable trim panels (for jack storage etc.)