Blue Devil build

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My 2019 JLU MOAB is my DD and trail riding rig. So far I have added the following to make it more mine & trails easier:

- Mopar 2" lift kit (actually got 3" out of it)
- Skyjacker sway bar quick disconnects
- AFE high tuck exhaust
- Gamma storage bags
- Alien sunshade
- Under The Sun Grill insert
- Air Armor M240 compressor
- Maximus winch plate
- Warn 10K winch & medium bull bar
- KC spot cube, cyclone rock, & driving lights
- ROX Flag system

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Looks like a ton of fun..

What's your thoughts on your Gamma storage bags? How sturdy is that internal frame? When the hard top is on, can they conceivably be used as a shelf to store traction boards up and out of the way? Basically, any load-bearing capability with those frames?
 
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I think you would be ok with the traction boards. I use one as a tool box and have a complete set of wrenches, prybars, and sockets in it. The other has pioneering stuff (Saw, Hatchet, ETC...) They attach to the roll bar with a steel pin on the frame, and a you reuse a screw on the roll bar as the other attach point.
 

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I think you would be ok with the traction boards. I use one as a tool box and have a complete set of wrenches, prybars, and sockets in it. The other has pioneering stuff (Saw, Hatchet, ETC...) They attach to the roll bar with a steel pin on the frame, and a you reuse a screw on the roll bar as the other attach point.
Honestly, I"ve wanted these bags since I first saw them - just needed some reasonable hope that they could serve a dual purpose.. They are scheduled to be delivered tomorrow...

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