bucket mount/organization on trailer

FTM-PTB

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hey all..

just wondering what you methods you use or fabricated or whatever.. to hold your 5 gal buckets from sliding around on your rig.. thinking about fabin something up..
 

Dave B

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I don't know how your trailer is designed or set up, but for the bed of my truck, I've used a tension bar (kind of like an expandable shower curtain rod). I place the buckets against the tail gate, and run the tension bar behind them. Holds the buckets in place, and can easily be removed.

Don't know if that helps or not, but it works for me.
 

FTM-PTB

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Good idea Dave. Great solution and not permanent.

I'm probably looking at a more permanent setup. Wether it be metal cubby slots or something. Like I said.. I'm not sure..

Here a pic of the trailer.. Thinking of putting them behind the 325 gallon tank.





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FTM-PTB

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Incase anyone else is thinking of other ways/ideas.. Found this on the webs...... Was gunna build one, and may still, but for now the milk crates are perfect.




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Dave B

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Incase anyone else is thinking of other ways/ideas.. Found this on the webs...... Was gunna build one, and may still, but for now the milk crates are perfect.

The milk crate idea is excellent! Also, you could build that sheet metal around your milk crates to give it a more professional look. Wouldn't be that hard.
 

Chris Dubbs

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These on my trailer are craftsman. They are longer than normal and will hold 6 1 gallon jugs instead of 4. Our 1 5er and 2 1 gallon.


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Kiloman

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David as you grow into that trailer you will need to maximize your space you need to start now.I get all the space saved i could.
 
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