Molle Panel Solutions: Front & Rear feedback/help

echo17

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Hi Everyone, I've been reviewing most of the MPS overhead panel feeds, but noticed that no one has ever really reviewed it. Are you guys happy with it? And does it make noises at all?

I ask because I've ordered both the front and rear overhead panels a while back. I tried to install them with my mechanic; but he felt it looked like it didn't fit right (owner of the company said it looks like it was slightly bent during delivery and that I can bend it back). So I figured I would ask you guys for your sage advises before I drilled holes into my frame. Also having doubts about a plastic zip tie to attach one of the platform's arms.

I've attached pictures for reference on when we tried to line things up and thought they looked off. Please ignore my Fiancé's gossip/fashion magazines! I swear they aren't mine...

Thanks!
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The front one looks like its backwards. Rotate it a full 180. If its anything like the JCR overhead panel, you would have to remove the tabs that the freedom top latches on to and use the bolts for that as a mounting point by sandwiching it. I could be wrong tho hard to tell from the pics.
 
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The front one looks like its backwards. Rotate it a full 180. If its anything like the JCR overhead panel, you would have to remove the tabs that the freedom top latches on to and use the bolts for that as a mounting point by sandwiching it. I could be wrong tho hard to tell from the pics.
Thanks for the feedback. Will revisit and look into this. But from instructions given, I’m supposed to drill that part into the front frame.
 

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