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Find Out About The Different Types of Storage Drawers



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By : Sophia Beeman    14 or more times read
Submitted 2019-06-07 09:06:20
Everyone who uses a ute or van eventually gets to the point where they bring their work into their vehicle. If you are a businessperson, then you’ve probably got papers and presentations and other things cluttering up the seats. If you’re a tradie, add in tools to the mess. But what if you need something that’s underneath all that stuff?

Instead of climbing around the back of the ute or sorting through the items one at a time, imagine if you had an organisational system that could allow you to find everything you need with just one movement? Well, that’s what ute drawer systems can do for you.

4wd storage drawers are drawers that seamlessly fit into the bed of your vehicle and allow for you to have some major customisation of the back of your ute. Drawer systems can be lightweight, weighing about 40 kg and drawers holding 150 kg each. Just one installation session and your system will be secure and able to be used. Several different types are available, and if you can’t find one that you like then companies like Best off Road can even customise them for you!

Some of the more popular ute drawer systems include drawer roller bearing units, which are two massive drawers that can be pulled out of the ute’s bed on rollers so you can access the contents. Some large drawers come equipped with dividers, so you can further customise the drawers into sections and continue to make them even more controlled. All of the systems even hug the sides of your ute, so if you get your car into dust or mud, you can be confident that none of the debris will get into the items in your drawers.

Another type of 4wd storage drawers are single drawer units, for when you need to store smaller items in a drawer and place the big items onto the other side. The single drawer is rated to carry 150kg and comes with dividers for you to use. You can even attach a slide to the second space beside the drawer, and have the contents slide out.

Imagine having a portable stove in your ute for camping? You can just slide out the stove and then have all the food that you want to cook stored in the drawer. No moving, no struggling to get the stove out or dragging food items back and forth. Instead, just pull out the stove, open the drawer and go.

Or if you are the type of person who loves to store and customise items, then you can install a three-drawer unit system and have one large drawer on one side and two small ones on the other. Perfect for sorting items by size! Use dividers to sort them even more, and perfect your organisational system no matter what.

Look for different types of drawer systems to determine which one is right for you, and then customise your vehicle to make sure that you never misplace anything again!
Author Resource:- Find more about Best Off Road's ute drawer systems and 4wd storage drawers by visiting their website www.bestoffroad.net.au
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