Originally Posted by dbailey
OSB? Mine is plywood. I'm happy that way -- really don't like OSB.
Are they using plywood for the seat and bed platforms now? I have no issue with OSB at all, but that is because we use tons of it for construction, and it is preferred over plywood.
Originally Posted by Seamstress
Weight of the single drawer might also be a consideration. With four large bins, it could get pretty heavy.
We would not be loading ours up with much weight. Our dirty clothes, and a few other items get stored under the bed. They roll so easily too, that anyone could slide them.
There is about 5' from the under bed doors to the back of the trailer under the bed. Our longer items that we store from the outside can easily fit along the back two feet, thus my thought of a 36" drawer. I tried a test with my wife to see how far she could quite comfortable reach back to grab something, and she could reach 24" quite well, and would likely want to brace one had on the bed to reach back further. It still is easier than getting on the hands and knees to reach further underneath. For a reference, your pot drawers in the kitchen are close to 24" deep.
2017 Escape 5.0 TA (someday soon, I hope
2015 Ford F150 Lariat 3.5L EcoBoost
2009 Escape 19 (previous)
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