Chef side

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Like with most off-road trail­ers, the Bosluis 2’s kitchen is on the left. The larger of the door pan­els flips down­ward and serves as a hor­i­zon­tal work slab with a stain­less steel sur­face. In the hull there are three com­part­ments: the left- and right-hand cav­i­ties have shelves and are use­ful to stow your pro­vi­sions while the mid­dle com­part­ment is per­fect for bot­tles and glasses. Above the kitchen there’s an LED strip and two 220 V three-prong sock­ets. Un­der­neath the kitchen, to the right of the Hilux’s rear wheel, is a cup­board that’s big enough for a bag of tent pegs. To the left of the kitchen are two door pan­els. Be­hind the top door is a big com­part­ment deep enough for pots and pans. Be­hind the bot­tom door is a slid­ing frame with a cup­board with two shelves and a twoburner gas stove mounted on it as well as a fridge/freezer (op­tional ex­tra) be­hind it. You can use your own fridge/freezer or buy a 90 ℓ Na­tional Luna (R12 500) or 81,5 ℓ SnoMaster (R10 526) through Bush Lapa. To the right of the rear wheel is a lock­able tool­kit – in fact, all the doors in the Bosluis 2 have locks that you open with the same key. Above all of these along the kitchen side is a long tubu­lar bag con­tain­ing a Bush Wing fold-out awning. >

The Bosluis 2 fits onto three sin­gle cab bakkie mod­els: The Toy­ota Hilux, the Toy­ota Land Cruiser, and the Ford Ranger.

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