Molle bags

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I was looking for more fixed storage solutions in my Jeep so I though I would buy the Mopar Molle bags that attach to the back of the front seats. Gee they are really cute but much smaller than I expected. If anyone has these, What do you put in them?
I am thinking hand held radios for one thing.
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DOes anyone use these?
 

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You probably meant to post this in some area other than SEMA 2018, but I'll answer anyway. 😁

In my opinion the "molle panels" on the Rubicon seat backs are about the most worthless feature in the Jeep. I had EMPTY pouches in them and they detached from the seat and slid downward. I haven't been able to use them for anything.
 

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I've had a first aid kit there for a year. No problems.
 

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I store add on mirrors for doors off days, and winch cord/wireless controller in one bag behind driver, small survival kit in bag behind passenger. Also small fire extinguisher in pouch behind driver. Works great so far. Oh, and small FRS
Radio pair too. Using small shallow bags from amazon. $20 each.
 

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I have two voodoo tactical bags on the back of my seats. Another member recommended them. Small but great quality.
 

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Sorry, not sure how to link from amazon, but search for Acetac multi purpose EDC admin pouch. 3.5 x 7.5 x 10 inch. Not a perfect fit, perhaps 12 or 13 inch wide would be a better fit (one more molle strap), but seems to be pretty good quality. Everlit sold the same pouch with survival gear in it, so bought the acetac pouch to put on the other seat back. I'm sure not the best survival gear quality, but flashlight, knife, wire saw etc. seem ok. Wynex seems to be another good brand to search under. I bought a first aid kit from Everlit, but the bag for that was too deep to put behind the seat.
Cool thing about these bags is I can still fold the rear seats down without removing the bags (good thng, because takes time and patience to attach - not easy to remove once installed).
You do lose back seat knee clearance, so wouldn't do this if that is a problem, but was able to seat adults in back seat if you adjust the front seats forward.
 

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