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Are those interior dimensions? Trying to confirm it will hold a Dometic CFX3 45.

Also, when do you expect production and shipping to begin?
those are outside dimensions, the material is 3/16 so take that off all sides. First units are being made now with a 2-3 week lead.


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We'll make sure it does. Our current version actually has an adjustable top. The Top cover has 3 positions so you can adjust the height of the top giving you a 4", 5", or 6" drawer.
I didn't take the time to read through the whole thread so I apologize if this has been said already, but please double-check that the front two hardtop panels can sit in here at the 6" top height.
 

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We'll make sure it does. Our current version actually has an adjustable top. The Top cover has 3 positions so you can adjust the height of the top giving you a 4", 5", or 6" drawer.
I think 6'' would make it flush with the rear end of backseats when folded. But the backseats actually have a slant to itself, and the front end of it sits about 8'' or so compared to the trunk floor. I wonder if it would be possible to add a 8'' drawer option. This means the drawer top would be slightly higher then the rear end of the backseats, but I can build a simple additional piece going on top of folded backseats to make a full flat sleeping surface.

If that's an option I'll be among the first batch of customers.
 

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I think 6'' would make it flush with the rear end of backseats when folded. But the backseats actually have a slant to itself, and the front end of it sits about 8'' or so compared to the trunk floor. I wonder if it would be possible to add a 8'' drawer option. This means the drawer top would be slightly higher then the rear end of the backseats, but I can build a simple additional piece going on top of folded backseats to make a full flat sleeping surface.

If that's an option I'll be among the first batch of customers.
Check out this thread: https://www.bronco6g.com/forum/thre...tions-for-a-mattress-and-bedding-setup.32222/

Depending on exactly what the front (seat side) of this platform looks like, you could probably replace the rear of what @Jabberwock did with the 6" drawer and then fab up a front piece to lay on the folded seats when needed to complete the sleeping platform.
 

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Anything that levels out the back to provide a sleeping platform is a winner, and having a drawer to hold stuff is icing on the cake.

Looking forward to when the "flush floor" product is available.
 

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The new Diabolical Inc Slide Floor is ready and available for Pre-orders.

250 Lbs Slides that Lock in and Lock out.
Access to Storage Area in Floor.
No Drilling or Modification Required
All Aluminum Construction
Comes completely Assembled
Made in the USA

https://shop.diabolicalinc.com/collections/bronco-collection/products/bronco-slide-floor


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Before I pre-order, can you tell me if my doors & roof panel will fit in the back with the with the new Diabolical Inc Slide Floor installed? Thanks!
 

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Once the drawer system is ready, count me in for 4 door version! Such an awesome solution and blows Ford’s slide out tailgate out of the water in multi-purpose functionality. Adjustable drawer system will allow me to actually hide my hideaway sub while having the ability for a nice sleeping platform for camping!
 

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I think 6'' would make it flush with the rear end of backseats when folded. But the backseats actually have a slant to itself, and the front end of it sits about 8'' or so compared to the trunk floor. I wonder if it would be possible to add a 8'' drawer option. This means the drawer top would be slightly higher then the rear end of the backseats, but I can build a simple additional piece going on top of folded backseats to make a full flat sleeping surface.

If that's an option I'll be among the first batch of customers.
@Diabolical Inc the two front roof panels take up a hair over 6" of height, and the top of the back seats when folded down are about 8 1/4" above the trunk floor (assuming my garage floor is levelish). Sloppy cell photos attached to illustrate. Assuming that a sleeping platform was built out of 3/4" plywood like @Jabberwock did, that means that the top of the highest adjustable floor setting could be as high as 9" for it to be the back half of a level sleeping platform. This should be more than enough clear height between the floor of the slide-out drawer and the underside of the adjustable floor for the roof panels to store in there too.

You said the adjustable floor you make for Wranglers is 3", 4", and 6", but for the Bronco I'd suggest that you could probably do "flush height" (about 4" for the back seat bump), "panel height" (I'm guessing 7ish inches to allow the roof panels in the drawer under the floor), and "sleeping height" (about 9" for level sleeping platform) settings.

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