the box cont’d

rugbyken

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got my rejigged box all sorted and fitted today the hangers i had of the subframe have been cut down & welded up as a cantilever lifting the box up & above the bumper you can now see the original no plate etc but i have fitted the light bar i had above the box on a frame attached to the old bike rack fixings , i have added phil advertising and the nameplate that steve(wowzer) made for me , the spray job looks superb and the cantilever has been sprayed up galvanised zinc ,
tomorrow i’m booked in at a local tech guy to have reversing sensors fitted and to try & get the reversing camera refitted as a rear view one

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Lee

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Looking good,
No more grounding and you'll be able to easily get to the tail lights if needed..
You must be pleased with the result.
 

rugbyken

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the van is so heavily winterised there is nowhere for a spare wheel underneath though i absolutely love the b544 and the model has heaps of storage the only large storage space runs transverse under the floor when the spare is in there no room for chairs etc ,

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Lee

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David, we don't talk about storage.
Ken has more than enough of it as I found out when travelling with him in Portugal this year.
He has a veritable wine cellar plus a dry goods store under the floor.
As you might begin to understand it's a bit of a sore point between us, well more with me than Ken.
 

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