I've kept the bulkhead, so that's should not be a problem. I might add some stronger magnets to keep everything from opening too easily when moving around or driving uphill though (the IKEA softclose dampers do not seem too sturdy ).Remember that IKEA does not design its furniture for collision forces. Reinforcement would be a good idea.
Nice. It looks Amazing. And Ikea does great drawers. @MsNomer is right, reinforce it and make sure it's fixed to the wall and floor.I have just about 15,7 inches in total depth, so I've fit the Ikea standard size 14,5inch (37cm) cabinets / drawers (23,6inches wide).
Maybe I misunderstood @MsNomer, but, they are mounted literally inches away from the bulkhead, in the driving direction (the wall behind the cabinets/kitchen top is the bulkhead. So they won't go far? I've either way used a lot of screws to hold the framework in place, but I guess the IKEA drawer runners will snap right off anyway from collision forces.
Ok, thats a fairly good idea, secure them more on the back side. I'll mount some brackets securely to the back of the drawers.Maybe get some L brackets and put them on the corners. I think she meant the furniture itself. At least that would be my concern. I’ve put together a lot of kea furniture and the rattling of a van and worse (accident) could cause it to become flying parts
Agreed I'll make sure to find a way to secure them better.It is good that the partition will protect you. Still better if the cabinet doesn’t come apart.
Then the previous owner must have installed a bigger tank. I topped it up with 96L, so its definitely bigger than the standard size then.. not complaining though.Promaster's only come with 90l tanks.