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Not as technical as alot of the great mods I've seen on here but a practical one for my applications. A bit carpentry to put a cover on the back tray. It's hinged at the rear, so I can store bits and pieces (chainsaw etc) image.jpeg
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Secured with a couple of stretchy cords
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A bit of foam to protect the bows during transport. Yet to cut a couple of slots in plyboard and velcro straps to holds bows in place.
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All up cost about $50 and a few hours tinkering
 

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Nice idea. I like it.
 

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Not as technical as alot of the great mods I've seen on here but a practical one for my applications. A bit carpentry to put a cover on the back tray. It's hinged at the rear, so I can store bits and pieces (chainsaw etc) View attachment 1885
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Secured with a couple of stretchy cords
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A bit of foam to protect the bows during transport. Yet to cut a couple of slots in plyboard and velcro straps to holds bows in place.
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All up cost about $50 and a few hours tinkering
I was literally just cruising the site wondering why no one had posted a plywood flat bed with the box for storage. I intend to do this immediately and make it large enough for decoy bags to sit side by side so they can be stacked.
 

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love it! can you post some pics of the front of it and how it's attached to the bed on the hinge side?
 

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love it! can you post some pics of the front of it and how it's attached to the bed on the hinge side?
I cut a couple of pieces of timber so they wedge into the slot at front, that way I can remove it easy - no drilling g etc. The second pic in the series sort of shows it.
 

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I borrowed and modified your project. I do alot of goose hunting and hauling decoys is always a struggle so i made this one big enough to haul 4 6slot bags without stacking and made a removable frame at the rear to let it ride level. It wasnt very light so i added a kickstand to hold it open. I think im gonna rattle can it with rustoleum bedliner spray.
 

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Oh and i utilized the 2 bolts where the roll cage is bound together. I took them out added longer 3/8 bolts and a couole u bolts at the corners so its attached to the roll cage in 3 places. Very solid. About 5 min with a ratchet and wrench to remove.
 

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Need some gas shocks for lift assistance and you will be all set. Who says a Wolvy can't haul a lot of gear? Sweet setup.
 
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thanks guys I'm happy with the way it turned out. Im sure itll get a lot of use this fall. its actually not too heavy my wife can lift it up although she may struggle to hold it one handed to put the kickstand down.
 
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