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Finished Boot jump
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Finished the boot jump just before lock down so haven't managed to sleep in it yet, however we have been using it for day trips etc!

Massive thanks to gravity for posting Dimensions as I made the boot jump before having the Van (annoyingly I didn’t think that his was a B9 and I ended up buying a M59 and the boots and seats are different so initially it was too big so it had to be trimmed)

All parts were made on CAD then CNC cut out of 12mm birch ply.

Attached are some images of the final product, this is version 1 and there are a few things I want to change so i will be designig and making a Version 2. 

I am sorry but I am not in a position to sell these or make one for anyone!

                   
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That's a super job you did of the woodwork, well done very smart.
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2012 Iron Grey XTR 110 with lots of bits and bobs.
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(23-06-2020, 05:50 PM)Trevor Wrote:  That's a super job you did of the woodwork, well done very smart.

Thanks Trevor,  Very lucky to have a large cnc machine at work and some basic joinery skills!
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That's beautifully made, thanks for pics
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Matt
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2016 Multispace XTR BlueHDi 100 S/S Gris Artense Met
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#7
What a great job. What height did you cut side panels to?
Many thanks
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#8
Great job , wish I could do something like that ( as opposed to buying a kit for nearly £2k )

mike
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(27-06-2020, 02:13 PM)PZ123 Wrote:  What a great job. What height did you cut side panels to?
Many thanks

Thanks mate, 300mm was my total height. This seems to be fine as I didn't want to add a support beam across to sit on top of the folded down seats. (I wanted it to lie as flat as possible when folded together.)
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(27-06-2020, 09:26 PM)Michael1965 Wrote:  Great job , wish I could do something like that ( as opposed to buying a kit for nearly £2k )

mike

Thanks Mike, I know i am very lucky!
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