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Unread 03-27-2014, 09:24 PM   #16
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Man that's a lot of ideas. I think I may go with a chest tool box and put some better caster's on it. Just have to keep it light enough to move in and out of the trailer. It will be some much more convenient than those dang boxes I have to dig through.
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Unread 03-27-2014, 09:30 PM   #17
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Unread 03-28-2014, 01:41 AM   #18
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I use two of these from Home Depot. One for food items and one for smoker items. They have a removable tray on the top for small items. Wheels and pull out handle make it easy for one person to move around.
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Unread 03-28-2014, 06:20 AM   #19
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Have a 3-drawer similar to above for small stuff and use an extra cooler for larger stuff (foil, paper towels, etc.) that I empty as soon as I get set up and then use as a cooler for ice.
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Unread 03-28-2014, 11:25 AM   #20
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I have the same one. (Fatmax) Not near as much clutter anymore as a few seasons ago!
You compete out of a camper, but do you keep the stuff that goes home with ya in it? its pretty much all I unload now, really happy with it.
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I use a 3 drawer one similiar to the above from Wal-Mart for $20. It sits nicely on a prep table and holds all my tools.
We use the same thing for items we access regularly. Plastic bins for other stuff like lights, extension cords, pots, etc. These bins double as our wash tubs during the comp. Finally we use one of those panels that holds shoes for things like utensils, gloves, etc. It hangs up under the awning.

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Unread 03-29-2014, 12:53 AM   #22
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Using these for 5 years now, a few teams have copied them. No lifting. No cheap plastic roll around things that will break in contest use. Flipped one over when we lost the EZ UP during a micro-burst, no damage to the unit or the contents.
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Unread 03-29-2014, 01:57 AM   #23
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Using these for 5 years now, a few teams have copied them. No lifting. No cheap plastic roll around things that will break in contest use. Flipped one over when we lost the EZ UP during a micro-burst, no damage to the unit or the contents.

Where did you get those?
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ZBQ- when I grow up I want to be like you! I drool over your set up every time I run into you at comps.
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I use two of these from Home Depot. One for food items and one for smoker items. They have a removable tray on the top for small items. Wheels and pull out handle make it easy for one person to move around.
I've been looking at that for my electrical stuff (generator, gas, extension cords, power strips). I just carry a generator for backup and this would let me wheel it out of the trailer during setup and free up trailer space. They are rain tight, can be secured, and a pretty good deal for $60.
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They are made by Suncast.
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We use plastic bins for all the bigger stuff. But we were lucky enough to buy one these airline carts (or galley carts) from Pigheaded BBQ at our first contest. It holds all our little stuff, stays dry in the rain and very easy to move around with the locking wheels. They're not cheap, but they are built like a tank and pretty light.
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This guy has some great ideas. I have one of his car back units I use for grab and go camping equipment.
http://www.drifta.com.au
You can get some great ideas from his designs.
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I was tired of all the bins. I purchased a rolling work bench from Sams club. It holds everything I need. I roll on and off my trailer. It has enough drawers and middle section has a door with a shelf inside.

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I was tired of all the bins. I purchased a rolling work bench from Sams club. It holds everything I need. I roll on and off my trailer. It has enough drawers and middle section has a door with a shelf inside.

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How heavy is it and how do you transport it? I really like this idea
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