I've never had good luck with cam-buckle straps. Ratchet-strap the fridge and it won't be moving anywhere, even if you're upside down!Pics of progress so far.
Just had a bit of a test fit to make sure all the brackets and tie downs etc are in the right place.
Still a bit to do yet because it’ll be covered in carpet yet, drawer fronts to and still the side wings and bed extension section to add.
When I go off road I can be on some awkward angles; let’s say about 30 degrees side tilt. The fridge will be sat on carpet but it can still move sideways a little bit on the wood as it is now.
Should I add a small upright piece or aluminium angle or something to hold it in place/stop it sliding too much?
Or should I just move the footman loops wider?
Or will it more than likely be fine once it’s on carpet?
Or are there some grippy feet that I can stick to the bottom of the fridge to get it to cling onto the carpet better?
I’m not looking for too expensive of a solution like a fridge tray. I don’t have welding facilities to Male my own either.
I’m not sure if a wide U bolt would do although not sure how much strain that might put on the plywood if it’s got the weight acting on it for too long. It’s 18mm birch plywood top if that makes any difference.