Project Junk in da Trunk

Dr Smash

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Little awning for the truck. It’s a 90” wide x98” long and I made double mounts so it can be mounted on the side or on the back. It travels on the side because of width.



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Dr Smash

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A little instant hot water heater for the shower. Made from a single burner camp stove, little file record box, 10 ft of 3/8 copper line and some specialty compression fittings. Garden hose hook up or to the solar shower with an RV shower head or any shower head for that matter.



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Dr Smash

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A new shelf inside the truck against the window space that was previously unusable with matching luggage



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Starting to get the inside pack situated. My goal is to keep the floor open for my 3 dogs to travel. So far I have 18 gallons of water storage and I’m considering a 18 gallon boat bladder in a box under the floor.



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Dr Smash

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Little tuning to the rear spring pack. The springs were laying against the super thick overload leaf. So I tossed it and a 1” block I had in there for 3 more leaves for a total of 9 leaves and a 1/2 block. Much better spring rate and popped the back of the sub up an inch.



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Dr Smash

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Tinted the rear windows and made wire racks to take advantage of that space as well. I installed a backup camera so I’m good with not seeing out of them.



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Acccess to the top of the truck was easy if I was around my shop or house I just brought out a 6 ft ladder and loaded up but once at camp all I had was a folding tire step and standing on the armrest of the open rear passenger door. The solution was the ladder all along however I wasn’t going to pack a 6 ft step ladder so I got a different ladder a collapsible one. This is where it fits in the pack.



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Dr Smash

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You need more "stuff" :cool:
Well I sure didn’t name it project “ Put a few things in da back”

My tool bag storage was driving me crazy. So I tidied it up a bit. Here’s a before and after.



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