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mike
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A frame box

Post by mike on Fri 01 Nov 2013, 1:05 pm

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navver

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Re: A frame box

Post by navver on Fri 01 Nov 2013, 9:20 pm

I often wonder if these would do it

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It does have a facility to put a small padlock in to hold it shut.

It's surprising how useful the A frame box is because it's always accessible both on site and when the dandies folded.
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Helen
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Re: A frame box

Post by Helen on Fri 01 Nov 2013, 9:40 pm

Must admit when I looked at the link Mike put on I had to double check because at first I thought it was a coolbox Embarassed a second look had me thinking it was a big coolbox with holes drilled in the back  a third look convinced me that I could turn a coolbox into a box for the A frame  
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jake001

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Location : Warrington

Re: A frame box

Post by jake001 on Sat 02 Nov 2013, 1:38 pm

navver wrote:I often wonder if these would do it

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It does have a facility to put a small padlock in to hold it shut.

It's surprising how useful the A frame box is because it's always accessible both on site and when the dandies folded.

I have one of these (from my local Tesco at half the price) and it is not, in my opinion, robust enough to sit on an A-frame under tow. At £12 it was a bargain at £28 I would feel robbed Shocked

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