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Old 31 March 2010, 11:23   #1
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Recessed box.

Well I now have a recessed fire extinguisher box another i will use as a fist aid kit holder and converted one into a consul storage glove box.

Any forum member have any ideas for the use of one ..
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Its a good idea, is it possible to buy a specifically designed "glove" box from console manu's of different sizes though ?
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They tend to be a plastic box fitted to the back of a standard size hatch, eg 375mm x 275mm. Some have compartments inside for bits and bobs - I don't think you'd get a pair of decent gloves to fit inside this type, but they're handy for fishing tackle.
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Its a good idea, is it possible to buy a specifically designed "glove" box from console manu's of different sizes though ?
Sorry I have not seen any available on the internet.
To commission a grp manufacturer to make one would be expensive.

Or for a one off you could try to make one yourself.
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They tend to be a plastic box fitted to the back of a standard size hatch, eg 375mm x 275mm. Some have compartments inside for bits and bobs - I don't think you'd get a pair of decent gloves to fit inside this type, but they're handy for fishing tackle.
I have seen them and yes they have limited storage but as you say bits of fishing tackle or fuses and a few small engine spares they are ideal..
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