Under-bonnet stowage

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westendguzzi
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Under-bonnet stowage

Post by westendguzzi » Wed May 12, 2021 7:07 pm

Thought I'd share this as I like to have plenty of stowage space for spares and tool.
The area on the left is a simple L shape, rear edge resting on the chassis cross rail and fixed to the tunnel with one M6 screw (into a rivnut) near the front.

Lift out tray on the main box.
Fixed with 3 M6 screws, 2 at the rear tapped into the chassis cross rail, 1 at the front with a spacer underneath.
Triangle tunnel to clear the steering column.
Quick removal when needed for maintenance underneath.

More pictures to follow in Trifles.
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peakrock
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Re: Under-bonnet stowage

Post by peakrock » Thu May 13, 2021 1:35 pm

Good idea Tony, is the flat sheet above the passenger foot well for the mug of tea when you're working on it? (I noticed the giveaway ring mark ;) )

Dave

westendguzzi
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Re: Under-bonnet stowage

Post by westendguzzi » Thu May 13, 2021 2:53 pm

It's all made from 1.2mm ally. Battery is below the l/h panel so gives easy access removing 1 screw.
Don't know what the ring marks are, could be hair spray.

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