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    Large Stainless Steel Panel Box

    This is a NEMA electronics panel- water and dust proof before vents and wire holes. It is 48" wide, 36" high, 16" deep, lockable, door with a continuous hinge the 48" way, of 14 gauge (.075) welded and ground SS and gleams. About 180 pounds. I thought of making panniers for my TW; it would be strong enough to put wheels on. The price is right- make offer and you haul soon from west of Portland, OR. Long Live the Forum!
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    Way way to heavy for panniers, but yeah, put some wheels on it and make a trailer!!
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    Or mount on a trailer tongue for lock-up. Part of the weight is 3- 12volt fans and a heavy mounting strap all the way around the inside.

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    I know a guy that makes aluminium panniers w/racks. You just need a cycleracks
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    I don't need panniers or Cycleracks as bad as I to get on with developing my own ideas on a heavy- duty rack not mounted down low, under the seat like the OEM, or the signal light brackets. But thanks for helping out when I make a great escape someday….

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