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What do you carry on your Rago Modular Panels?

It could be other manufactures too, but I just bought a Rago rear set and I was wondering if anyone out there can post some pictures of your set up and what you all carry in the back.
I've been thinking Med Pack, Tow strap, flashlight and other stuff but I'd like to know what people have been carrying and not and what people use all the time.
I know everyone is different but I just want to see what others have done..

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It could be other manufactures too, but I just bought a Rago rear set and I was wondering if anyone out there can post some pictures of your set up and what you all carry in the back.

I've been thinking Med Pack, Tow strap, flashlight and other stuff but I'd like to know what people have been carrying and not and what people use all the time.

I know everyone is different but I just want to see what others have done..



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I carry a first aid kit, an everyday carry kit, 3-cell flashlight, and a bag for hand tools. The other side has a Brooklyn Basher and a case.with Motorola handheld radios. I will be adding tow straps and a few other items as wellWhat do you carry on your Rago Modular Panels?-img_20190730_165950_01-jpgWhat do you carry on your Rago Modular Panels?-img_20190730_165950_02-jpg

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I carry a first aid kit, an everyday carry kit, 3-cell flashlight, and a bag for hand tools. The other side has a Brooklyn Basher and a case.with Motorola handheld radios. I will be adding tow straps and a few other items as wellAttachment 344996Attachment 344997

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Forgot about my foldable shovel and hatchet. Still lots of room if you are patient with your molle setup.

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I carry a first aid kit, an everyday carry kit, 3-cell flashlight, and a bag for hand tools. The other side has a Brooklyn Basher and a case.with Motorola handheld radios. I will be adding tow straps and a few other items as wellAttachment 344996Attachment 344997

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Sweet thanks for the quick reply, looks like a neat set up. Do those D rings rattle around a lot?
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since i hate rattling, and want to be able to get to things quickly, i have everything in MOLLE pouches on my panel.
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Sweet thanks for the quick reply, looks like a neat set up. Do those D rings rattle around a lot?
They do rattle a bit but 8t doesn't bother me. I like having them accessable. Could easily put them in a molle pouch and keep them quiet. I do like having this stuff up and off the deck.

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They do rattle a bit but 8t doesn't bother me. I like having them accessable. Could easily put them in a molle pouch and keep them quiet. I do like having this stuff up and off the deck.

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i would loop the carbiners to your molle like you stated.. still easy to get too minus the loose change sound over bumps
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Used mine for tools/first aid/etc. The also serve as the base for my rear cargo shelf. Tied the unistrut to the panels with 3d printed brackets. Load is supported via two legs that go down to the floor.
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I have Victory 4x4 molle storage panels. I mainly use them to store recovery gear and some small hand tools. Snatch strap, ropes, soft shackles, snatch blocks, tree savers, kayak tie-down straps, steel shackles, folding shovel, hi-lift jack base, etc. I made the basket on the left by welding expanded steel to 1/4 round stock.

Everything is attached to the panels with Velcro or Maxpedition polymer TacTie clips. The only exceptions are the ropes and kayak straps in the basket.
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Used mine for tools/first aid/etc. The also serve as the base for my rear cargo shelf. Tied the unistrut to the panels with 3d printed brackets. Load is supported via two legs that go down to the floor.
Cool!

What did you use for that shelf? Sturdy enough to hold heavier camping gear?
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this might be a dumb question, how does this affect everyone's visibility?
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Cool!

What did you use for that shelf? Sturdy enough to hold heavier camping gear?
Made from black powder coated unistrut I order from McMaster Carr. Also needed a couple bags of t nuts, a few unistrut u brackets. Mesh was from a local metal shop. I have stacked full ammo cans, rifles, shooting table on it before. The vertical legs take the load, rago panels just locate it front to back. Fwiw I posted a shopping list to a thread a few months back.

The rear windows are useless for visibility from the driver's seat anyway so why not use the space?
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this might be a dumb question, how does this affect everyone's visibility?
The side panels don't block anything. My Raingler cargo attic, on the other hand, blocks the uppder 1/3 of the back window from view in the mirror.
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I've got a little of everything on mine. Recovery gear, first aid kit, spare hats, machete, Thermocell, camp sandles, etc.



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