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Old 12-14-2006, 06:05 PM
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Default Oleg is at it again!

Cool new product. I have been bugging Oleg for a while that no one makes drawers for a 3rd gen 4runner. That's what Rachel wanted for her present and he made some up for her. He told me he ordered enough parts to make 4 sets.

These things are stout and don't rattle. Yuri pulled it all the way out and then showed me the drawers would support his weight without moving while they are fully extended.

Now for Sarah's rear locker . Told the wife I'm doing the gift shopping this year.


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Old 12-15-2006, 02:06 AM
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Those are suh-weet!
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Old 12-15-2006, 05:12 AM
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Looks nice. Any noticeable settling of the rear end after install?
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Old 12-15-2006, 08:59 AM
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They are empty right now, so no settling. I have a feeling where mine are filled with tools equipment and spare parts., her's will be filled with clothes and shoes and a little equipment.
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Old 12-15-2006, 09:55 AM
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Those are sweet Ken, err Rachel, uhh Oleg
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Old 12-15-2006, 10:15 AM
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Those are nice and I'm sure very well made. Not for me though. Takes up too much space in such in a small area and your lose flexability. Of couse I have my own small storage box for co2 and enough tools for an axle change.
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Ya know what would make those ROCK? Some means of being able to fold down the rear seats, and have a level platform. I think it could be done... especially if the height were more modest. Oleg, lemme know if you need a test platform (like you need one, yeah, right)...
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Ya know what would make those ROCK? Some means of being able to fold down the rear seats, and have a level platform. I think it could be done... especially if the height were more modest. Oleg, lemme know if you need a test platform (like you need one, yeah, right)...
Bill, you need to hang out in 80's land over on mud more.. bunch of guys have done that (even me). In fact, may as well pick up an 80 series.
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Eewww. Nope, minitruck guy fer life here. Even the new Taco is waaaaay too big for me.

I know about the 80s drawers, but since my back seats fold flat for a bed, it ain't as convenient in a 4Runner! 'Twould be if there were some way to level the back and regain the bed function.

I'm afraid the only vehicle currently in production that would ever appeal to me is either a Jeep Rubicon extended, or if a SAS is allowed in the definition, a SASed FJC. With the hardtop sawzall'd off and a soft top in its place.
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