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Old 05-18-2020, 06:58 PM   #1
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Homemade transformer bed storage

I started to build a bed frame storage for my 2007 E-150. I had leftover 0.75”x3.5” lumber that I used for the project. It’s two separate sections 24” width, 77” length, 18” high allowing it to fit between the wheelhouse and easily removed from my van. I plan on drilling holes through the plywood top into top boards of the frame and using spare bolts as pins to drop in the holes to keep the plywood in place but being able to easily remove the plywood panels to access gear or remove the frame entirely from my van. I’m able to fit a yeti 45 cooler along with several Rubbermaid brute 14 gallon totes underneath the bed. I attached a few photos of my progress so far.
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