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Molle Panels for Vehicles
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I'm looking at ordering two maybe three of these: http://www.blueridgeoverlandgear.com/MOL...1msb12.htm

Anyone have something like them? So far, I've only seen two places selling them, this place and another for $45. I know there's a place that will make them custom size, I'm sure at a premium. The reason why? No, not because I want to go all tactical crazy, but with having the family van and the kids in and out all the time, I'm looking for a way to organize the stuff I like to keep in there.

My plan was to get two of them and mount them to the back of the third row seat. Then I can put up the first aid kit, get a pouch to hold jumper cables, a large umbrella, and various other things.

The third one I'd probably put in my Jimmy, possibly over the spare tire in the back. What do you guys think?
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#2
Smittybilt has sold something like that for Jeeps for a while but theirs comes with 7 pouches.

[Image: Jeep-Wrangler-Smittybilt-GEAR-Front-Seat...-LJ-JK.jpg]

They make a rear seat cover too.

[Image: Jeep-Wrangler-Smittybilt-GEAR-Rear-Seat-...-TJ-LJ.jpg]

I believe they come in coyote tan, OD green and black.
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Warpt762x39;30470 Wrote:They make a rear seat cover too.

[Image: Jeep-Wrangler-Smittybilt-GEAR-Rear-Seat-...-TJ-LJ.jpg]

I believe they come in coyote tan, OD green and black.

I had found them when I was looking for these. Problem is the seat in the van is significantly larger than the seat in a jeep. It's wider and higher, so I'm not terribly sure that would fit. Hate to buy something then have to go through the trouble of shipping it back. That looks like it was cut specifically to fit Jeeps.
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#4
If your kids are like my kids...or just like any kids at all...anything hanging where they can reach by foot or arm will get all crapped up with dirt and mud and whatever they didn't eat from the happy meal.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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Camper;30599 Wrote:If your kids are like my kids...or just like any kids at all...anything hanging where they can reach by foot or arm will get all crapped up with dirt and mud and whatever they didn't eat from the happy meal.

This is actually behind their seat in the cargo area, so they really won't be able to get at it.
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streaker69;30600 Wrote:
Camper;30599 Wrote:If your kids are like my kids...or just like any kids at all...anything hanging where they can reach by foot or arm will get all crapped up with dirt and mud and whatever they didn't eat from the happy meal.

This is actually behind their seat in the cargo area, so they really won't be able to get at it.
That's right, I was thinking behind the driver or 2nd row.

I think it's a good idea, our old minivan had stow and go and we put the emergency stuff there.
Vampire pig man since September 2012
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#7
They are pricy, but you might be able to easily "adapt" something from Springtail Solutions. This ($135 on sale) is a Jeep TJ panel, but they have tons of others ...
[Image: TJ%20modular%20rack%20%20sd%20sm.JPG]
http://www.springtailsolutions.com/subpage17.html
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