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Wondering if a Dometic CFX 45 fits in the rear storage area (lengthwise as would be intended) with the rear seat up? Appreciate any feedback.





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Wondering if a Dometic CFX 45 fits in the rear storage area (lengthwise as would be intended) with the rear seat up? Appreciate any feedback.
ours fits with the seat up. We have it strapped down to a Goose Gear Deck. In the pick we have the split down just to get it plugged in to the PLB40.

Trying to find out if the Dometic Slide will fit with the rear seat up. I think the angle of the back seat may prohibit keeping seat up with the slide

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I have a 47 Quart ARB fridge on a slide and it fits behind the rear seat when the seats are up.
Bro what are the 2 containers stacked next to the fridge? I couldn't read any of the markings or labels.
 

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Bro what are the 2 containers stacked next to the fridge? I couldn't read any of the markings or labels.
They look like the Plano Sportsman line of storage totes/trunks. Not sure the size though. Guessing the 56 quart
 

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The cfx45 fits better than ARB length wise so I read. Both fit but if adding a slider ARB will limit your selection...
 

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They look like the Plano Sportsman line of storage totes/trunks. Not sure the size though. Guessing the 56 quart
I am looking to get a set like that and stackable containers for stuff.....
 

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I am looking to get a set like that and stackable containers for stuff.....
I have the bigger version of these. 108 quart I think. It’s pretty solid and has held up well. I’m not much of a camper so mine is filled with all my off-roading gear. Compressor, tools, spare fluids, jack, etc. it fits well oriented side to side and then I have a smaller fridge that I orient side to side (instead of front to back) between the tailgate and the Plano box.

If I were a camper then the two stacked 56 quart units seem like a great idea.
 

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I have the bigger version of these. 108 quart I think. It’s pretty solid and has held up well. I’m not much of a camper so mine is filled with all my off-roading gear. Compressor, tools, spare fluids, jack, etc. it fits well oriented side to side and then I have a smaller fridge that I orient side to side (instead of front to back) between the tailgate and the Plano box.

If I were a camper then the two stacked 56 quart units seem like a great idea.
Awesome and thank you
 

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I have the bigger version of these. 108 quart I think. It’s pretty solid and has held up well. I’m not much of a camper so mine is filled with all my off-roading gear. Compressor, tools, spare fluids, jack, etc. it fits well oriented side to side and then I have a smaller fridge that I orient side to side (instead of front to back) between the tailgate and the Plano box.

If I were a camper then the two stacked 56 quart units seem like a great idea.
Yeah, I forget how much they were, but got them a Cabela's relatively cheap. We use one for kitchen/camp items and the other for dry food storage. They work great as tables or foot rests in camp too.
 

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Yeah, I forget how much they were, but got them a Cabela's relatively cheap. We use one for kitchen/camp items and the other for dry food storage. They work great as tables or foot rests in camp too.
What size are they? It looks like perfect fit for my setup.
 

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