Tailgate table recommendations?

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Beg everyone’s pardon for a dumb question that I probably could research on my own, but do these tables fit with a Quadratec cargo liner? The one I have has a high lip that looks like it goes all the way to the rear door. Guessing it is one or the either/or for me, or major cutting of the mat.

Also… do all these tables require permanent holes to be drilled in the door?
Not sure about the cargo liner.

The Outback table does not require drilling. It comes with nutserts that go into existing holes. You then attach the table to the nutserts.

I imagine most others would not require drilling either.
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Beg everyone’s pardon for a dumb question that I probably could research on my own, but do these tables fit with a Quadratec cargo liner? The one I have has a high lip that looks like it goes all the way to the rear door. Guessing it is one or the either/or for me, or major cutting of the mat.

Also… do all these tables require permanent holes to be drilled in the door?
I think there was a thread around here somewhere that the Quadratec mat did need to be trimmed down for a tailgate table.

For the Trailgater (Adventure Outback) tailgate table, plastic blind nutserts were included, that fit in the oval holes, so no drilling involved.
 

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I think there was a thread around here somewhere that the Quadratec mat did need to be trimmed down for a tailgate table.

For the Trailgater (Adventure Outback) tailgate table, plastic blind nutserts were included, that fit in the oval holes, so no drilling involved.
Many thanks… I’ll try to hunt up that thread to see how much butchering I’ll need to do to make it fit.
 

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Many thanks… I’ll try to hunt up that thread to see how much butchering I’ll need to do to make it fit.
I have both the Outback table and the quadratec liner and didn’t have to trim the liner with the outback table. Third pic shows gate closed looking down on the liner. Btw, huge fan of both the outback table which also had on my JKUR and the liner which also have on my Cherokee. Good luck.

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It is really hard to beat the Outback Adventure Products tailgate table. Clearly, it is not the budget option. However, the quality and customer service is superb. I get a lot of compliments.
Fortunately, there are many alternatives. It is all a matter of what works for you.
 

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just picnicing at a beach up here in NorCal, but the Outback Adventures Trailgater table worked a treat.

was fairly easy to install; haven't had to deal with Customer Service.

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note; i went with the Outback partly for ease of cleaning its smooth surfaces. had i not gone this way, the Rock Slide looks like it might have been a nice option with its second level, but i could never see one IRL to judge whether i thought it was finished smoothly enough.
 
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