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Heres a way to NOT FORGET something when your'e going on a detecting trip.

I forgot something last time I went on a detecting trip, NOT any more.

Heres a chest 19 high 22 wide and 40 long. Used 11/32nds Ply for the chest and 5mm for the shelfs to ensure lightweight.

The top of it is just shy of 8 inches deep and has a holder for your control box, and plenty of room for everything you can throw at it.

Earphones,X-tra earphones, battery vest, Li-ion batt pack, regular full sized batterys, chargers, straps, bungees, scoops, x-tra parts, whatever you can think of theres plenty of room in the top compartment. I could even make another pre-cut groove for a VLF detector to fit on top.

The bottom has 2 side doors that snap into place letting you access from either side the 2 shelfs each 5 inches high to insure theres no pressure on the cable fitting where it exits the coil, 21 1/2 wide and 39 1/2 long allows you to slide in coils from both sides with non-skid rubber base. These 2 areas allow you to place more coils with the shafts on them than "Carter has Liver Pills" :sneer: I have a 12x24 UFO, 8x15 elliptical, 11 round DD, 11 round mono, 8 mono all with shafts on them ready to pull out and use, and guess what theres ROOM for MORE in there. I build this with the capability of housing a 20 inch round coil also it fits with room for more. Just need to install a couple handles on the outside now. NO MORE S#!T ALL OVER THE PLACE. Now its all in 1 place.

It can go in the back seat of the pick-up or the bed or back of the SUV and when at home , NICE, ALL my stuff is in 1 place.

Maybe I gave some of you serious detectorists an ANSWER to the S#!T all over the place SYNDROME :blink:

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So Frank...tell me...when did my wife call you complaining about my crapola all over the house???

Sure looks like the way to go with that box thing...

and to think I just finished hanging all of my "stuff" on the wall...secured with steel cables!!!

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Heres a way to NOT FORGET something when your'e going on a detecting trip.

I forgot something last time I went on a detecting trip, NOT any more.

Heres a chest 19 high 22 wide and 40 long. Used 11/32nds Ply for the chest and 5mm for the shelfs to ensure lightweight.

The top of it is just shy of 8 inches deep and has a holder for your control box, and plenty of room for everything you can throw at it.

Earphones,X-tra earphones, battery vest, Li-ion batt pack, regular full sized batterys, chargers, straps, bungees, scoops, x-tra parts, whatever you can think of theres plenty of room in the top compartment. I could even make another pre-cut groove for a VLF detector to fit on top.

The bottom has 2 side doors that snap into place letting you access from either side the 2 shelfs each 5 inches high to insure theres no pressure on the cable fitting where it exits the coil, 21 1/2 wide and 39 1/2 long allows you to slide in coils from both sides with non-skid rubber base. These 2 areas allow you to place more coils with the shafts on them than "Carter has Liver Pills" :sneer: I have a 12x24 UFO, 8x15 elliptical, 11 round DD, 11 round mono, 8 mono all with shafts on them ready to pull out and use, and guess what theres ROOM for MORE in there. I build this with the capability of housing a 20 inch round coil also it fits with room for more. Just need to install a couple handles on the outside now. NO MORE S#!T ALL OVER THE PLACE. Now its all in 1 place.

It can go in the back seat of the pick-up or the bed or back of the SUV and when at home , NICE, ALL my stuff is in 1 place.

Maybe I gave some of you serious detectorists an ANSWER to the S#!T all over the place SYNDROME :blink:

Frank- are you going to mount that to the Quad? Great job- it takes a lot of time to design and build a nice unit like that. Look forward to seeing it. Dave

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