No, That is not something that we would do. Structurally, it would be difficult to do and I would have safety concerns for the back seat passenger with no barrier between them and the cargo.
Goose Gear is your only option that I know of.
Hey, Just a quick sneak peek at what we have been up to...
It is an adjustable shelf that can be raised or lowered from 8.5 inches to 12 inches
Uses all stock cargo points (No Drilling)
Located well below the level of the tub rails so it should not interfere with most tonneau covers...
Yes...technically it is no longer "water-proof" which means that it could be dropped in a lake and not take on any water. By definition....it is now merely water-resistant. If you are worried about it taking on any water in a heavy storm, you could slap a bit of silicone seal on the bolts and...
I'm glad that they upgraded the security....not that I am all that concerned with my models. Youtube "hackers' love to post these types of videos but they really don't have any practical application in reality. Mostly because thieves generally are not so dainty in the application of their trade...
Yeah...I would like to see that. Although if I could pry the Jeep from my wifes hands....I could take a picture myself.
Off the subject, something new I'm working on for my GMC. Kinda proud....no drilling and pretty stout.
He’s still around...mostly plasma cut panels. He had decent reviews on eBay.
His stuff was certainly inexpensive but I’m sure that even he has a hard time competing with the super cheap Chinese stuff that has flooded eBay and Amazon.
Looks like that option is in the works....just waiting on Ultra-wideband technology?
The question still remains on what vehicles it will work with
ACE wraps are a bit more versatile than Coban in the respect that they work on both securing bandages (not as good as Coban) and for sprains (Better than Coban). Personally, I don't keep them in my FAK because the elastic in modern ACE wraps is shit and they stretch nearly the instant that you...