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The 23 Zero Overland Gearbox is the tough, go-to storage solution to keep your Overlanding gear organized. It allows your recovery and camping gear to be safely locked away and protected from the elements. This premium overland storage box has an added level of protection with a superior waterproof and dust-proof seal so it’s perfect for mounting outside or inside your vehicle. It is made from a durable LDPE shell and features durable handles, lockable latches, pre-installed gas struts, and rivet nuts in the lid. It even has a drain plug for when you need to clean out spills. 23 Zero has seven sizes of overland storage box to choose from, ensuring your equipment can accompany you on all of your expeditions. The beauty about the 102 Liter is that it fits larger, essential overlanding equipment such as traction boards or Hi-Lift Jacks.

Overland Gearbox

Here are the specifications for this newest size in our tough and sturdy overland gearbox range – it has a capacity for 102 Liters. Outside dimensions are 50″ long x 19” high x 9.5″ wide and inside dimensions are 46.5″ long x 15″ high x 8″ wide. It weighs 30 lbs. It’s made from durable LDPE material. They all have a supreme dust and waterproof seal and gas struts as standard to assist with opening and closing (except the 132L). These boxes are stackable and Rivnuts are already mounted as we will have molle panels available in the near future. This product comes in seven other sizes, all of which combine well with our wide range of camping accessories and huge line up of roof top tents, Aussie swags.

Overland Gearbox

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Raised in beautiful but rainy England, Andy moved to the sunny climes of Southern California in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since. Two and half decades working in the outdoor, bike and surf industries has given him a thirst for adventure and living life without a ceiling. When not working on the website, he can be found surfing Californian beaches, or in remote mountain or desert areas, either primitive camping, mountain biking or embarking upon vehicle assisted adventure in the backcountry with one of The Adventure Portal rigs.