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Old 06-24-2009   #1
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groover seating

i searched on this topic and found nothing.

for those of you who use an old school groover, essentially just an ammo can and a seat, and maybe a wagbag...

how did you attach the seat to the can? or how do you keep it from just sliding around when you put the seat on the top of the ammo can?

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Old 06-24-2009   #2
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buy a wooden toilet seat and trim it down on he sides

so it fits into the other rocket box that holds the tp and etc

Trace the width of the rocket box on the bottom of the seat and screw two pieces of 1x1 by 6 or 8 inches long on the under side of the toilet seat along the traced lines
the 1x1 keep the seat from sliding left to right.
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Old 06-25-2009   #3
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and....Paint the inside of the box with epoxy to prevent corosion. Confirm the seal is in good condition. Leak test it.
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