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This is a great forum! I just discovered Odyclub a couple of days ago. I have a humble offering. My wife and I camp a lot and found that we needed a more efficient way to stow our gear. A simple platform made of plywood was the answer for us!

I have posted a few pictures here: <a href="http://home.attbi.com/~jakenmel1/ody.htm" target="_blank">http://home.attbi.com/~jakenmel1/ody.htm</a>



[This message has been edited by Jake013 (edited 11-03-2001).]
 

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Nice work Jake! I esp. like the tie-down loops. Welcome to the club!
-SJ

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Thanks. I have to tell you, you must dampen the tie-down rings with felt or foam otherwise they rattle.

<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by shinjohn:
Nice work Jake! I esp. like the tie-down loops. Welcome to the club!
-SJ

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Going UP is an excellent use of cargo space. Unless you stack your crud up to the ceiling it is very difficult to take advantage of all the cargo area available in these vans. Nice execution of a great idea.

Don't feel bad, NOBODY can compete with Llarry.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by darelldd:
Going UP is an excellent use of cargo space. Unless you stack your crud up to the ceiling it is very difficult to take advantage of all the cargo area available in these vans. Nice execution of a great idea.

Don't feel bad, NOBODY can compete with Llarry.

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Yeah, but does anyone want to?




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