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sick of arriving on site only to realize I hadn't foreseen the need for something I hadn't packed the night before, after looking around at products like Bott Smartvan decided to do my own using unistrut, fatmax pro organisers, vanvault slider, euroboxes and Milwaukee Packout, added some LED strip and thatcham approved locks and armourplate from Locks4Vans total cost was about a grand, fabricated the shelving from heavy duty cable tray. slideshow at
 
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Movie Maker: Van Rack-out - https://www.kizoa.com/Movie-Video-Slideshow-Maker/d255029758k1219650o1l1/van-rack-out

sick of arriving on site without stuff I hadn't thought of packing the night before, looked around at various racking products liked the Bott Smartvan stuff but didn't want to spend 3.5k so used unistrut, cable tray, euroboxes, fatmax pro organisers, vanvault slider and tilt bins, then use Milwaukee Packout to transport on site. Thatcham approved van locks from locks4vans fitted in Sussex Installations Eastbourne along with armour plate to protect vulnerabilities in the door panels.
 

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Very impressive,and just how you want it.

.....Now show us a video,of the retail unit,with its cables hanging from bungees,zip-ties and baling string ;)
 
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