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Old 06-21-2016   #11
Vanderwagen, New Mexico
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If you would like to lower your seat, check out the NRS universal seat mount. Maybe you can mount your seat on one of your existing bars and put a drop bag under your seat? Along with all the other suggestions, you'll figure something out.

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Old 06-21-2016   #12
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I wouldn't trade my dry box for a cooler, as I'm sure you know coolers aren't water tight. Also I've always found it really hard to utilize space under the nrs seat bar. Is your seat too high or do you possibly need to change up your rowing geometry?

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Old 06-21-2016   #13
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Tried the 5 gal bucket & gamma lids, found them hard to pack and the gaskets can stretch out in warm weather. Instead I use 4 gal. square buckets with lids.
The lids seal well and the square profile is easier to pack inside and out.
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Old 06-21-2016   #14
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Check out the Vittles Vault line of storage using gamma lids- I'm going to switch a couple of ammo cans to Vaults; they're lighter and can handle larger items. The square shape works better than round buckets, and the light color probably keeps the sun from hot-boxing your food.

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Old 06-21-2016   #15
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Drybox and have the seat mounted directly to the lid. Drybox will have much larger interior dimensions than that cooler. Lid on that cooler looks pretty thick.
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Old 06-21-2016   #16
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I'm really leaning toward mounting the seat to a bar and throw a drop bad underneath and a Barney bag in the back. With some buckets or barrels for dry this should be sweet.

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