Nice, Chris. Slick. This the same Toyota? I think you had when I worked for you out in Portlandia?Designed for my bed this and had a friend build out of 6061 aluminum stock plus perforated stainless steel sheet throughout top, bottom, and doors, topped it with marine grade plywood. It keeps wet gear air drying. Fits jetsled with room to spare for rope bags and harness. A tight solution.
Its nowadays a Dodge Ram 3500 5.9. Nice. Not exactly a daily contract climber rig, more of a boss rig, but I thought I'd post all the same (that's how I was reading the thread title 'post-contractclimber; rigs here). There are elements to this design that I thought I'd share for others to utilize. In particular, the use of perforated stainless steel sheet. I think mine it is 14 gauge sheet. But wet gear can breathe--very nice in the PNW. Nice rig, Mike, by the way. A beautiful, clean system there.Nice, Chris. Slick. This the same Toyota? I think you had when I worked for you out in Portlandia?