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Doka Treasure Chest - What Do You Use It For?
09-04-2011, 01:11 PM
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Doka Treasure Chest - What Do You Use It For?
Firstly what does yours look like and secondly what do you use it for?

I haven't used mine as I had a jammed door on the pavement side, thankfully now fixed, so it hasn't had any use as such. Anyway what treausre will one find if one were to open yours?


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09-04-2011, 01:27 PM
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Re: Doka Treasure Chest - What Do You Use It For?
Don't have any pics, but I store my toolbox and recovery equipment in there, as well as the camping chairs and tables. Sometimes a few consumables like oil and filters.

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09-04-2011, 02:49 PM
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i have an extra fuel tank from a nissan 1400 and a water tank in mine
also keep my hilift jack and wheel spanner

problem i find it the compartment isnt water tight and when going through water everything gets wet so cant put bags or food there

the filler to my syncro tank is also in the compartment but soon ill have a proper doka filler setup and maybe will then fit a long range tank under the body and leave the compartment empty


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09-04-2011, 08:16 PM
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top draw is for spaire drive shafts (front and back) spaire cv joints, wheel hub (rear bearing) and a couple of cv boots. sone recovery gear. and some other odds and sods. bottom draw normaly with work tools, ie skill saw battery drill, hammer drill etc

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