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Old 06-08-2014, 11:20 AM
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I might be asking a question that has already been answered. If so please direct me in the right direction. Has anyone ever pulled out the inner liner of the ramboxes and insulated them to hold ice longer? If so how did you do it and what with? Thanks for your time. I appreciate it.
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I've had mine out to run wires for my LED bed lights. They come out pretty easily. I've never thought of insulating them though. I would be concerned that it would make getting them back out much more difficult or cause a mess. If I were to try it I would probably get that spray foam and spray all around them while they were installed. That does sound like a viable solution to the in cab floor storage containers though. I might look into that.
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