A change of van for the good
1st August 2015 - 0 Comments
I used to have a vito and we were glad to get rid of it. We replaced it with a Proace and when I did I decided to kit it out properly. I looked into the van racking out there and the prices were well out there so I decided to do it myself and I think I did a pretty good job.
This was done about 1 year 6 months ago and it has lasted the usual tradesman battering you'd expect it to get and its still in one piece instead of pieces.
Installed a sliding vice holder and engineers vice that has proved an asse thus far.
A chop saw in the back on extending hinges. Also a grinder, drill press and sharpener mounted on 2 extending metal drawers. The shelving was made from OSB board and cable trays.
Below the drawers space for ladders and tools.
I installed a Honda generator for unlimited power also useful to carry just like a suit case.
Also installed tool drawers for some tools and stock.
I also have places to store mechanisms upto 2.5m long and a nice spot for henry the hoover.
This side next to the vice is were the key cutting machine lives.
I made this it extends its own length on extending drawer hinges. It houses all the odds and ends needed.
Finally on top
Ladders secured in place and a pipe carrier.
Images supplied by A.L.S. Locksmith Glasgow
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