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Old 07-14-2020, 11:59 PM #16
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This looks awesome. Are you able to park in a garage at night? I have thought about this setup and I am hesitant because my wife gets the garage and the space for my runner is filled by all my bikes. Iíd be scared of someone breaking my window and stealing everything. Maybe Iíll get it and one load up when Iím heading out for a few days.

can't see thru the windows with molle panels attached. no one will see inside very well
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Awesome installation man. I just received the orange box panel set and now wish I would have gone in for the Rago fabrication option. Any idea if the top system would work on OB panels?

Also, how are you securing all the stuff on the racks. I'm looking at velcro straps for these panels but would love your thoughts on what's the best from a security and rattling perspective.
Thanks for the comments! I can't say for sure if this shelf would work on the OB panels -- only one way to find out, haha! As for the items up on my shelf, they're coming into contact with the headliner and are kind of "squeezed" in there, so they won't be coming loose any time soon. The items on the side panels are secured a number of waysm either through nite-ize gear ties, velcro straps, bolts/nylock nuts, or a combination thereof.



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curious as to the need of 2 tow straps?
is it for distance? or have you been in a situation that needed 2 separate straps to recover?

also, coronavirus veteran? hahahahaha!!!
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The prior poster was correct -- one is a tow strap, will not flex whatsoever and is intendned solely for towing, while the other is a dynamic snatch strap and intended for recovering a stuck vehicle and not meant for towing.

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This looks awesome. Are you able to park in a garage at night? I have thought about this setup and I am hesitant because my wife gets the garage and the space for my runner is filled by all my bikes. Iíd be scared of someone breaking my window and stealing everything. Maybe Iíll get it and one load up when Iím heading out for a few days.
Yes, I'm garaged every night. Even though we live in a very low crime area, I'd still be a nervoud wreck if I wasn't. Sounds like it's time for some garage re-arranging for you!
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nice setup. ive always wanted the panels and rack but soo pricey. pay to play i guess.
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Having had the Rago molle panels and shelf for a few months, I've got the cargo area organized the way I envisioned it being. It definitely feels good to know where things are at all times.

I hope this inspires some ideas for you all! Cheers.

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Back of Rear Seat
-Husky jumper cables
-Blue Ridge Overland velcro bag containing straps of all sizes

Left Panel
-M.O.R.E. 10lb Power Tank Mount
-10lb Power Tank
-Molle dump bag containing Power Tank tools
-ARB digital deflator
-MSR tent stake hammer
-Fiskars X7 hatchet
-Magnetic LED light
-Molle bag containing 2 sets of work gloves
-Safe Jack 6-ton bottle jack

Shelf
-ARB snatch strap
-NEMO Fillow pillow
-REI memory foam pillow x2
-Trekology YIZI GO camp chair x2
-Random camp blanket
-REI camp blanket
-Wagan Tech LED roadside flare x3

Right Panel
-First Alert 2.5lb fire extinguisher
-Molle bag containing batteries and portable power banks
-Molel bag containing headlamps x3 and Revel lights x2
-Molle bag containing tire repair kit
-Paper towel holder
-Molle knife holder with multipurpose knife

Below Right Panel
-Bag of Husky Ratchet Straps
-Smittybilt tow strap
-Toyota spare tire-lowering tool
-Blue Sea DC/USB panel w/voltmeter
-ToolGuards 22-piece ratcheting wrench set
-Adventure Tool Company waxed canvas shop roll

As you can see, I've also added velcro strips cut down to size on each side of the cargo area, just so I have more room for patches, or perhaps velcro pouches in the future.

This and a lot more on my Instagram feed:
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Ok this has me inspired... wow!
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As for the patch, that came from the one and only Dump Box:
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That shit is funny. Could definitely upgrade my patch game there.
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yes you can set the height of the shelf as low or as high as the side panels are
I don't think you can adjust the height of the Victory one, but it will be wider at a lower level. Once you buy both molle's and the rack it is pretty expensive. $660

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Hey @frankdux - great post.

Question - what did you use to strap the Safe Jack to the panel? I'd like to copy your idea ...

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Thanks for the comments!

The Power Tank is affixed to a bracket it came with -- and that bracket in turn is affixed to the M.O.R.E. Power Tank mount, which bolts into two locations in the rear left cargo area. Also, the Safe Jack is strapped into the molle panel to keep it from falling off the ledge that it's sitting on.
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Hey @frankdux - great post.

Question - what did you use to strap the Safe Jack to the panel? I'd like to copy your idea ...
Thanks for asking! I just used a few velcro straps that can be purchased off Amazon. It's best to get a pack with a variety of lengths -- that way you'll have the right length for every application
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to the people worried about stuff getting stolen out of your truck. the key answer is "Renter's insurance" little did i know that renter's insurance also covers lost items within your vehicle (up to 15,000 USD). at least for my policy it does. State Farm!
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I have the Rago Molle Panels and shelf as well, perfect when you have kids and go to the park and need to be prepared or long road trips.

I do worry about the bags and stuff we have on the panels. Even though its hard to see inside, someone who is really looking for something to steal will see there are things inside.

Even with renters insurance or whatever insurance, the drama of having to repair the window and purchase everything again would be a big hassle.

Not only that, I have a roof rack with a case on top holding emergency supplies.
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