Has anyone found a way to keep the cubby in the trunk area watertight? I’ve seen there is a bolt on container that sits inside but if I can make something I’d rather do that. My plans are to install my power inverter inside the cubby if I can get it water tight. Any ideas would be appreciated!
Power inverter needs air to cool. Can't seal it without risking it overheating. You could try pressurizing a container by blowing air inside it. Entry hole has to be larger than exit hole to create positive pressure. Like this you'll get circulation of air and pressurization at same time.