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flip380

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What all have y’all done to up the level of gear you can carry? I’m considering the Undercover Swing case. Also contemplating a camper shell.. but thats not in my budget atm. I have the JBL system so I lost 60% behind the rear seat.
 

Tyler

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I always expect to need to up my storage game but every time I go out I realize I kinda don’t. The space behind and under the rear seats is actually very useful (don’t have JBL though). I also use the compartments built into the bed, but I have a longbed, so I have two of those. One has my recovery strap and D-rings and the smaller one has ratchet straps.

Bigger/additional items that I will only have with me for a camping or day wheeling trip will be thrown into the rear floor (no kids and usually no passengers back there), and then a lot of it in the bed using the OEM cargo divider.

But I am too interested in what other people do. I know if you are really serious about your storage game, DECKEDUSA has a badass solution. Of course, since you posted this in the DIY forum, I imagine you’re more interested in seeing DIY setups.
 

Malcolm

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I always expect to need to up my storage game but every time I go out I realize I kinda don’t. The space behind and under the rear seats is actually very useful (don’t have JBL though). I also use the compartments built into the bed, but I have a longbed, so I have two of those. One has my recovery strap and D-rings and the smaller one has ratchet straps.

Bigger/additional items that I will only have with me for a camping or day wheeling trip will be thrown into the rear floor (no kids and usually no passengers back there), and then a lot of it in the bed using the OEM cargo divider.

But I am too interested in what other people do. I know if you are really serious about your storage game, DECKEDUSA has a badass solution. Of course, since you posted this in the DIY forum, I imagine you’re more interested in seeing DIY setups.
Keep all my recovery gear and tools behind/under the rear seats. It’s great to have. Mostly throw my camping stuff in the bed which is two chairs and a grill for over the fire. Now that I have the fridge that’ll replace the cooler. Overall not too much but the DECKEDUSA looks amazing, I’d love to have one someday