Those would work especially well for somebody who likes to cook and eat outside the camper, so they are moving stuff in and out. I did a little searching and noticed that Bosch also makes a similar case product, the lboxx. LinkThis Dewalt Toughsystem with different size Pelican style boxes would be a nice organizational solution - i watched a video on YouTube that showed how the handles flip up and attach to the rail of the available hand truck and found this picture that looks to be some of the cases mounted to the wall of a van- the boxes also feature tabs that allow the boxes to be locked together when stacked so it would be possible to just attach one to the floor and all the boxes you attach would be secure- I just thought this would be interesting for people thinking of a shell model type setup....
The Wave can take a little time to get started. Have you run it at lower altitudes?I purchased the smallest Wave model, 3 I believe. I couldn't get it to light but will try again when I am back in Colo. in a few months. I am taking my 3 bag military system next time that is supposedly good down to -40 degrees. Its hard to think in those terms in the summer but the mountains get a bit chilly!
This what i use as well...When it is not in use....I put my propane bottle and wagg bags in there for storage...Works great!I think this is going to work! It is lightweight, does not take up much space, and it will fill my needs.
Here it is.
Yup, it is a bucket with a toilet seat, (and Wagg bags).
My gripe about most of these cases is just how much space they waste with their own stucture. Don't see the need for that heavy a duty case inside the camper.
I agree 100%My gripe about most of these cases is just how much space they waste with their own stucture. Don't see the need for that heavy a duty case inside the camper.
What happens when you read an industrial plastics catalog in the washroom?
You find a better storage solution for you camper!
Quantum Storage Systems QDC
These containers have a lot of things going for them, including the fact that there is very little wasted volume. A textured bottom so they do not slide around. They stack and nest. And they have integrated lids.
Number one reason I like them? They are available in the exact same hight as the benches in the FWC, so I can extend the bench to make a sitting area or even a place to sleep.
Betty Mills looks to be the best place to buy them.
The cat litter powder was an idea I picked up from somebody here on expo. Personally I think the cat litter powder works better than the "poo powder" and if I had not found a couple hundred Wag Bags on ebay for a few dollars that is what I would be doing. As it is I am set with Wag Bags for some time, but I do use the cat litter powder to supplement the poo powder in the wag bags for multiple uses.Your idea of using plastic trash bags with cat litter at the bottom was another thing that really works well. No muss no fuss and mainly no smell.
Thank you sir.Keep up the great work.
Thank you Nic.Keep up the great work. I have enjoyed following your thread. Very good ideas for a person who is kicking tires on this subject.
It would be yet another thing to remove when you were setting up camp, but you could continue using the same lower end mounting setup for your struts and fabricating a system to hold the sides of your camper together while the top is down/struts are installed. It could be as simple as a cam strap or self-camming rope system (even a truckers hitch would work) or you could get shiny with it and create a cable/turnbuckle arrangement. Just a thought.
WestThat is a fantastic idea! Wire rope would be best as it would have no stretch, and we are only talking about a little deflection. Great idea West, thanks! Time to order some SS wire rope and do some rigging....