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Old 05-25-2020, 11:14 PM #1
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FS: 4/5th Gen Custom Drawer Setup, $450 Chicago, IL

Selling my custom drawer setup. I have a 4th gen, but this will also fit a 5th gen.

Specs:
-Width: 41”
-Length: 35”
-Height: 11”
-Two drawers
-3/4 inch plywood all around
-includes plywood sleeping platform (low tech, but gets the job done)
-27” drawer slides (150 lbs capacity)
-Turnbuckles to keep things in place
-Ruggedized rubber top

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If you were local I would 100% grab. What does the inside look like?
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More pics for reference

Each drawer is about 26.5 inches long and lined with a cushion to prevent rattling


Each drawer is 16.5 inches wide


Other drawer- you’ll also notice the plastic sliders. They keep the drawers from rattling around when I drive. Absolute silence. Also make the drawers “soft close.” They’re still easy to open and close.


Drawers are both removable


View of slide and latching mechanism


Cubby on the backside of the drawer system, adjacent to the second row seats.


Another view of the cubby



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If only you were closer. GLWS though.
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@Berty_K Interested. Is the weight of the drawers/loaded enough to need to put in higher rated rear springs?

Also, in Columbus, OH if you’d be willing to meet somewhere in between to sell
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@Berty_K Interested. Is the weight of the drawers/loaded enough to need to put in higher rated rear springs?

Also, in Columbus, OH if you’d be willing to meet somewhere in between to sell
I didn't need to put in higher rated rear springs. Regularly pull the drawers out of my trunk and don't notice much of a difference in ride quality/height. FYI, I do have a 3/2 inch lift already.

That's a bit far for me, but if you're ever ~1 hr from the chicagoland area, I'd be happy to meet you.
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Im local and interested, how much do you think the drawer setup weighs?

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Im local and interested, how much do you think the drawer setup weighs?

Thanks

Probably something like ~75 to 85 lbs, but don’t quote me on that haha. I’ve never weighed it


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