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I have an idea for building a rear storage box on the back of my 1987 Toy Itasca ... I know the bumper really isn't built to hold a lot of weight, so I was thinking of building a box that attaches directly to the outside rear wall of the coach ... I would like it just to hold my generator (about 40 pounds), a 5 gallon can of gas and my spare tire. Anybody ever do anything like that? Am I crazy, stupid, naive ... ? All of the above?
Now that I'm FINALLY done painting this thing, I'd like to show it off a little and give a huge shoutout to my favorite front-yard fabricator @1toyhero for hooking it up big time with the design and fabrication of the coolest addition to the ole Yoterhome, the pièce de résistance. Hit him up on Instagram if you're ever in need of some fab work done in the Phoenix area: https://www.instagram.com/1toyhero/ First off, we had to decide whether to remove the old, crusty 4x4 tube bumper or weld onto it, and I'm glad we decided to cut er off, knowing that I'd have to find a different solut
I was just looking at Totem's new box and I realized that I need a nice secure storage space on my roof. I'm looking for something like one of those hard-sided roof carriers that are aerodynamically shaped. Only thing is, I don't want one of those flimsy REI ones. I need one that's tough and can be locked up tight as a drum, and is weatherproof. Obviously weight is a concern, so a steel fab job is probably out, but if its thick ABS plastic, has something stronger than an access panel lockset on it, and can be bolted to the roof, I'm interested. Obviously the end facing forward would be sm