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Old 10-30-2019, 01:44 PM #46
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I'm still debating between the OrangeBoxx and Victory, not a fan of all the hardware at the top of the Rago. I'd like one that will work with the cross bar I already have mounted in the top mounting holes.
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I went with Orange Boxx mainly because of the option to get the TRD logo:

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They also offer custom colors and logos:

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My experience dealing with them was great.
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poor CS from Victory?

i would rather pay a few extra bucks for good customer service. i hear good and bad stories from everyone except Victory. Has anyone had a negative experience with Victory recently? Any news on black friday specials on these panels?
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I have the BPF panels and i love them. easy to use and install, quality is top notch and they are aluminum which I like so there is no chance of rust, but the powdercoat is great anyway so its not a big deal.

The only thing I do not like about it is the T4R logo cutout is backwards on one side, but for the quality of product it does not bother me.

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I like how the Victory panels follow the interior lines but I like how the Rago mounts lower across the bottom. I want the blend of those lol
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The BPF look good, I like T4R logo more than the TRD. Looks like they have a 20% off sale going on now, but...they seem to be only sold in sets and I just want drivers side. Anyone have pics showing the top mounting brackets of there setup? Whatever brand it might be.
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Im running OrangeBoxx, its pretty heavily loaded up with tools, fire extinguisher, etc. No squeaks or rattles. The Overlander add on box is great. I have another on the way for my passenger side. They customized them for us with our logos.

I don't have many good photos of them, this may be the only one showing it, you can see it behind the bumper I had stuffed in the back

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i would rather pay a few extra bucks for good customer service. i hear good and bad stories from everyone except Victory. Has anyone had a negative experience with Victory recently? Any news on black friday specials on these panels?
I have a bunch of Victory 4x4 stuff and they’ve mostly been good about customer service. I have their driver and passenger side rear molle panels, standard length roof rack, winch bumper and rock sliders.

Both of the molle storage panels were flawless and arrived quickly without incident.

The roof rack took 45 days instead of 15-20 as advertised. The rear fairing was cracked, but they replaced it very quickly.

The winch bumper took about a month longer than the 20-25 days they quoted at the time of ordering. It arrived without the powder coat that I ordered. Had to go through the hassle of sending it back. Victory was quick about sending me a new powder coated bumper right away. They compensated me for the inconvenience and made it right pretty quickly.

The sliders took a few weeks longer than advertised but arrived mostly without incident. Unfortunately some of the expanding foam they use in packing got on the powder coat and was very hard to remove.

I really like their products, but other than the storage panels, they always seem to drop the ball or screw something up. On the positive side, their internet person Cam on this site is very responsive and manages to make things right quickly.
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I went with BPF and have been happy with them.

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I have a bunch of Victory 4x4 stuff and they’ve mostly been good about customer service. I have their driver and passenger side rear molle panels, standard length roof rack, winch bumper and rock sliders.

Both of the molle storage panels were flawless and arrived quickly without incident.

The roof rack took 45 days instead of 15-20 as advertised. The rear fairing was cracked, but they replaced it very quickly.

The winch bumper took about a month longer than the 20-25 days they quoted at the time of ordering. It arrived without the powder coat that I ordered. Had to go through the hassle of sending it back. Victory was quick about sending me a new powder coated bumper right away. They compensated me for the inconvenience and made it right pretty quickly.

The sliders took a few weeks longer than advertised but arrived mostly without incident. Unfortunately some of the expanding foam they use in packing got on the powder coat and was very hard to remove.

I really like their products, but other than the storage panels, they always seem to drop the ball or screw something up. On the positive side, their internet person Cam on this site is very responsive and manages to make things right quickly.
This ^ I wanted to like them but their inaccurate lead times and not so great communication has not helped. I will not be ordering from them again.

The Rago I think are the ones with the extra support? If they are, they are the ones I wished I had went with, the Victory are kind of wobbly.
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I have a bunch of Victory 4x4 stuff and they’ve mostly been good about customer service. I have their driver and passenger side rear molle panels, standard length roof rack, winch bumper and rock sliders.

Both of the molle storage panels were flawless and arrived quickly without incident.

The roof rack took 45 days instead of 15-20 as advertised. The rear fairing was cracked, but they replaced it very quickly.

The winch bumper took about a month longer than the 20-25 days they quoted at the time of ordering. It arrived without the powder coat that I ordered. Had to go through the hassle of sending it back. Victory was quick about sending me a new powder coated bumper right away. They compensated me for the inconvenience and made it right pretty quickly.

The sliders took a few weeks longer than advertised but arrived mostly without incident. Unfortunately some of the expanding foam they use in packing got on the powder coat and was very hard to remove.

I really like their products, but other than the storage panels, they always seem to drop the ball or screw something up. On the positive side, their internet person Cam on this site is very responsive and manages to make things right quickly.
We want to sincerely apologize that it seems like you've gotten more than your fair share of problems from us. Thank you for being so understanding while we worked through those issues for you. We'll never be a perfect company, but we pride ourselves on doing the best we can from a customer service perspective to make it right.
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I went with BPF and have been happy with them.

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I like the look of those too. $345 is similar price to the others but it's aluminum so hopefully lighter, and hopefully strong enough.
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I like the look of those too. $345 is similar price to the others but it's aluminum so hopefully lighter, and hopefully strong enough.
I can't really give a comparison since I've never had any of the steel variants, but for my purposes they've been great. They feel sturdy and have had no issues supporting the things I've mounted to it.
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I like the look of those too. $345 is similar price to the others but it's aluminum so hopefully lighter, and hopefully strong enough.
extra 20% sale going on right now
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I went orange boxx because I believe they are the only ones that take into consideration third row seats.
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