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  • #46
    Will they fit in a 150 with a toyota rear barrier?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Wil View Post
      Will they fit in a 150 with a toyota rear barrier?
      Hi Mate..

      I had to pull my cage out to get it to fit.. perhaps if your cage doesn't go all the way to the floor it would work for you.

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      • #48
        Has anyone fitted a set to a 150 without removing the 3rd row of seats? I have nowhere to store the seats right now.

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        • #49
          We have just bought the Titan drawers for our 150 and need some advice on attaching the rails to the tie down points in the car. None of the pictures of this are working on this thread and I am not sure what the bracket that was made looks like

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          • #50
            How did u get on with the 150? Did u buy the 120 series setup? Wanted to know what max length draw can be installed and is it a bolt in with some modification for wings, or is it a compromise short draws because not specific for 150 series ?

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            • #51
              Prado 120 into 150 ----- Kings - TITAN - Still not finished .. I ordered the 120 WING KIT and also the generic wing kit to get the extra carpet ply and fittings to make sure I can do complete fit

              NOTE: Make sure you check every NUT / ALLEN KEY BOLT I found number of loose ones that could possibly come loose over time. Other than that , yes they are SOLID but some of the finish is not perfect , like glue on one drawer handle leaver (simply cleaned off) and corner of lid needed to be filed smooth to make sure does not catch. But for the money they look read solid and all double roller bearing. Can update more if anyone interested -

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              • #52
                Originally posted by bigblockfxstb View Post
                Prado 120 into 150 ----- Kings - TITAN - Still not finished .. I ordered the 120 WING KIT and also the generic wing kit to get the extra carpet ply and fittings to make sure I can do complete fit

                NOTE: Make sure you check every NUT / ALLEN KEY BOLT I found number of loose ones that could possibly come loose over time. Other than that , yes they are SOLID but some of the finish is not perfect , like glue on one drawer handle leaver (simply cleaned off) and corner of lid needed to be filed smooth to make sure does not catch. But for the money they look read solid and all double roller bearing. Can update more if anyone interested -
                Any photos of the finished product???
                Cheers

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                • #53
                  As mentioned , purchased the 120 and generic wing kit, cost more but wanted the extra carpet, ply etc.

                  Used all the brackets from the 120 Kit, some need cutting so simply pealed back carpet to cut metal or wood to fit.

                  Made the templates for the skinny sides from cardboard and left top forward panel to fill the gap in better--- I used that metal strip on the back of the skinny sides for strength, prob not required with ply cost like $3 so big deal.

                  with it all bolted together, the left drawer and fridge side does rub against the left forward wing kit, or the carpet is causing some friction. prob would have simply put a washer between the wing kit bracket and main unit, simply might have fixed it, but was not unbolting all the crap again as used loctite on all wing kit and main bolts of drawers... really dont want to remove it any time soon...

                  I also fitted Rear Tow bar same weekend as wiring went into the left panel , and also wired in a power feed to the left side that will be for fridge, usb etc like on the right that anderson is powered from 2nd bat. Also you can lift the right wing and still access the 240v socket just, so can power the fridge from this while on the move if you dont have all the additional wiring in place.. (another story of what I have done)

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                  • #54
                    Nicely done.
                    My 150 build - http://www.pradopoint.com/showthread.php?27423-A-Random-approach-to-a-Bluestorm-150-GXL-D4D-automatic

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