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Old 12-19-2019, 01:03 AM #16
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I am running 2 Victory4x4 MOLLE panels. I love these things! Our Runners have a surprising lack of storage cubbies for such a versatile vehicle that I view these as practically NECESSARY!

Left Panel:

Collapsible shovel/axe
Fire Extinguisher
Indiv First Aid Kit (IFAK)
Shackles
30' Tow Strap
Hammock and strapping
Carabiners/Tie downs
Emergency strobe light

Right Panel: (not pictured)

LED Lantern
Extension cord (quite handy!)
Sawtooth Machete
ARB Delfator/Gauge
Paper Towel holder
...space for more still...

Great set up and thanks for the pics! What are you using to secure non molle pouches to the webbing?
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I am running 2 Victory4x4 MOLLE panels. I love these things! Our Runners have a surprising lack of storage cubbies for such a versatile vehicle that I view these as practically NECESSARY!

Left Panel:

Collapsible shovel/axe
Fire Extinguisher
Indiv First Aid Kit (IFAK)
Shackles
30' Tow Strap
Hammock and strapping
Carabiners/Tie downs
Emergency strobe light

Right Panel: (not pictured)

LED Lantern
Extension cord (quite handy!)
Sawtooth Machete
ARB Delfator/Gauge
Paper Towel holder
...space for more still...
Looks great!
How are you mounting your hard shackles on the molle panel?


I'm currently using the below organizer in the back of my 4Runner.
When going off road, I ratchet strap it down.



Trunk Organizer - Folding Trunk Organizer | The Container Store
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Great set up and thanks for the pics! What are you using to secure non molle pouches to the webbing?
Velcro straps. Amazon, assorted size pack, for maybe 10 bucks. Cheap, you can crank down the tension so theres no movement or vibrations.

Regarding the shackles, they are just inserted through the holes in the panel and wedged snugly between the IFAK and strap

I have a 10" custom made sub in the back because I like a little shake with my music and even still, nothing vibrates.

(crappy pic is obviously pre-panel)
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Looks great!
How are you mounting your hard shackles on the molle panel?


I'm currently using the below organizer in the back of my 4Runner.
When going off road, I ratchet strap it down.

Trunk Organizer - Folding Trunk Organizer | The Container Store
I use something like that now and I hate it... well hate is a strong word, but I don't like it. I have to dig for stuff and in the event of an accident a lot of stuff could make it's way past the straps and become projectiles. It also takes up valuable floor space.
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I use something like that now and I hate it... well hate is a strong word, but I don't like it. I have to dig for stuff and in the event of an accident a lot of stuff could make it's way past the straps and become projectiles. It also takes up valuable floor space.
I also hate it. Not sure I want to do the molle panel as it looks like a target for thieves.

Was looking at boxes and drawers. Smittybuilt sells one for the Jeep Wrangler that looks to be the least expensive and workable for a T4R.

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Not one of you carries an SBR or spare mags on those panels? What a waste.
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Not one of you carries an SBR or spare mags on those panels? What a waste.
They aren't holsters.
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So my first impression... the space fills up quickly, even tough I have some space to fill. I donít even notice them unless I look for them, kind of like the windows themselves.

So while they are expensive for what they are I think itís a solid investment if you carry stuff and need floor space. Both of which I do.

Some molle bags are easier to mount than others, I had to get creative on a few. My preconceived idea was to have all grey bags perfectly filling up the area, well thatís out the window. Molle or modular storage panel load outs


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I also hate it. Not sure I want to do the molle panel as it looks like a target for thieves.



Was looking at boxes and drawers. Smittybuilt sells one for the Jeep Wrangler that looks to be the least expensive and workable for a T4R.



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My windows are tinted and youíd have to look to notice the panels. Iíd say no more of a target than leaving anything that is visible to prying eyes.
I sleep in the back sometimes, so drawers arenít an option.


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I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on the Rago panels, mostly because they also have an adjustable shelf that goes across the back.

As someone who hauls a lot of photography gear around almost daily, that shelf will be a huge benefit.

Do any of these other manufacturers have a shelf?
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Not yet that I have seen. They all eventually copy one another so I am sure the others will at some point.
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They aren't holsters.
Correct, they are molle compatible panels.

You should educate yourself before you use words to pretend to know what you are talking about....
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I don't under stand? Modular. Lightweight. Load bearing. Equipment (MOLLE) or "modular"?
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Correct, they are molle compatible panels.



You should educate yourself before you use words to pretend to know what you are talking about....


What exactly am I not educated about? Iím not the one trying to use my car as a holster.


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