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Old 05-05-2014, 05:12 PM   #11
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Yep, mine look just like Ehorn's. Had them on both my 355QBQ and 365SAQ. They do leak, but everything stays dry if you drill a couple of holes in each channel in the low spots. Only once had anything get wet. After drilling the holes, have not even found any mildew.

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I really want one if these now. Someone more clever than me needs to figure out how to make one as a DIY mod.
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I am working on it as we speak. Gonna take awhile as don't have much time to work in it. But a length of C channel and a little custom light gauge steel bending and we should be in business.
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:59 PM   #14
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I thought a lot about these last year. They sold the box and lid for $95. Thought about buying 2 Nd fab something instead installed 2 damaged 5x5 fence post and a 5' conduit box. They work great.
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I am working on it as we speak. Gonna take awhile as don't have much time to work in it. But a length of C channel and a little custom light gauge steel bending and we should be in business.

What is a conduit box and where did you get it?
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It is a light weight diamond plate box similar to a pickup tool box normally 10 made of 2-5' sections. People normally put them on ladder racks to carry emt conduit or cooper pipe. 1 found 2 on craigslist for 35 and 50 so I have 4- 5' sections. I used same brackets for box as I did 5x5 PVC fence post.
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