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Tinker

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Mine is pretty basic unless I'm out for 3+ days. Usually I setup right off the tailgate table I built, or if want to stretch out a bit more I have a fold-out table, grill, & little water brick with a handy faucet that all stash up in a box up top. Using lots of old hiking gear, but hoping to improve the setup this coming year. No shortage of ideas on here!


 

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Mine is pretty basic unless I'm out for 3+ days. Usually I setup right off the tailgate table I built, or if want to stretch out a bit more I have a fold-out table, grill, & little water brick with a handy faucet that all stash up in a box up top. Using lots of old hiking gear, but hoping to improve the setup this coming year. No shortage of ideas on here!


Awesome set up!
 

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What brand table is that between the folding chairs?
It's just a small fold-flat aluminum table I got at Walmart, though I haven't seen them there lately when I went to get another one. I have a plastic one that folds almost the same way that is a tad smaller. You can see it at the right end of the counter.
 

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It's just a small fold-flat aluminum table I got at Walmart, though I haven't seen them there lately when I went to get another one. I have a plastic one that folds almost the same way that is a tad smaller. You can see it at the right end of the counter.
Road - That's the exact table that I bought 3 of and cut up to make the table for my trailer as shown in post #83 of this thread. They're good little tables … strong, light and compact when folded up.
 

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Mine is pretty basic unless I'm out for 3+ days. Usually I setup right off the tailgate table I built, or if want to stretch out a bit more I have a fold-out table, grill, & little water brick with a handy faucet that all stash up in a box up top. Using lots of old hiking gear, but hoping to improve the setup this coming year. No shortage of ideas on here!


Do you have a write up on how you modified the waterbrick? I have a couple of those and I hate how you only get half of the water out of them.
 

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Do you have a write up on how you modified the waterbrick? I have a couple of those and I hate how you only get half of the water out of them.
I do not & that is exactly what I thought when I first put my hands on one!

All I did was run to the local hardware store to pick up a small pex-hose valve, a bulkhead nut to match, & a handful of rubber washers to try. I drilled the initial hole undersized so I could carefully open the hole up to the perfect size with a razor blade. It's a bit fiddly to get the nut & washer threaded on the other side, but thankfully the water brick opening is sorta large. Oh & try & resist the urge to crank the nut down real tight, just a snug fit is plenty to seal it.
 
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I do not & that is exactly what I thought when I first put my hands on one!

All I did was run to the local hardware store to pick up a small pex-hose valve, a bulkhead nut to match, & a handful of rubber washers to try. I drilled the initial hole undersized so I could carefully open the hole up to the perfect size with a razor blade. It's a bit fiddly to get the nut & washer threaded on the other side, but thankfully the water brick opening is sorta large. Oh & try & resist the urge to crank the nut down real tight, just a snug fit is plenty to seal it.
Thanks, I'm going to look into doing this.