D1 - Cargo Tie-down Examples

mark.kellgren

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Aug 23, 2005
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many options on this. you can can easily source seat belt mount backing plates for very strong bolt points to put where ever you want. Another great option is aircraft track, with movable lashing points where ever you need them. that should cover any of your potential needs.
 

bri

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Only picture I have. Maybe you can zoom in
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Damn. Its been a long time since I have been out for a couple of weeks and I am thinking about trying to organize what I take but DAMN, you go prepared.

Lockers, new axles, tires, spare belts/hoses, fishing gear, camping gear, ARB, fire extinguisher, shovel, first aid, food and whiskey.... check.

Rakes, pitchfork, pruners, leaf blower added to list. Maybe I will bring the chain saw too!

Fvck, now you have me thinking about all the tools I won't have with me. FFS.

;-)
 
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seventyfive

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That was back when I drank...I’m almost positive I took that pic in response to a thread about best shovels to strap to your ‘rig’ or something like that.
 
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eXtraDutyDisco

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Looking for the best mods for my Discovery as I convert it to a "Over-Lawncare-landing" Rig. Gonna be doing some epic yardwork in the coming months, might be out for a few weeks at a time... LOL