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Unread 06-08-2009, 09:09 AM   #1
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Whether you make your own or adapt something unusual or just think you have found the ultimate, or the simplist ...... post pics of your cargo hauling solutions here
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Unread 06-08-2009, 09:16 AM   #2
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Not much to look at but really works out well. Just an old toolbox I picked up at Walmart. You can seal it so it is waterproof as well. The Coke crate works out pretty good too.

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The first one I made was so heavy the wife had to help me put it on the cart..... I soon abandoned the 10g sheet metal
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I like the waterproof feature.... how deep did you go?
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OLD PICS!! still use it all the time!!




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Why did I think there was going to be TOOLS in there
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LOL!! I told you it wasn't much to look at but it works. I have a cargo bed on it now. And it stays full of mess too.

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THe one on my workhorse is adapted from a Cushman.... It is a steel box but has a bad habit of opening "at will".... seems I am always on a hill when this happens So it is time for a make over.......
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THe one on my workhorse is adapted from a Cushman.... It is a steel box but has a bad habit of opening "at will".... seems I am always on a hill when this happens So it is time for a make over.......
Can I suggest duck tape?

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That might be better than the bungie cords?
Since the first one, I have made a few more. I like tho think they get better each time
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