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TJ rear storage solution

Jeffreybomb

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Since I got my Jeep I had been trying to find a way to store everything I need and want to take on trips. I got it tuned in pretty good now so I thought I would share. (Yes I have a lot of colorful carabiners) also don’t mind my exposed hardtop wires. Trying to work on my rear defrost after wiring my Jeep for a hardtop

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Hang on — did you make all that or is it some kind of kit?
 

Wildman

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For those who are considering the Tuffy rear underseat drawer just know it is shallow and only allows so much storage.

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I have my amp and welding cables for my onboard welder stored in it.

At only 3" of depth there is only so much you can put in it.

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I lucked out and bought mine used so it wasn't such a shock to my wallet.
 

Tob

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For those who are considering the Tuffy rear underseat drawer just know it is shallow and only allows so much storage.

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I have my amp and welding cables for my onboard welder stored in it.

At only 3" of depth there is only so much you can put in it.

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I lucked out and bought mine used so it wasn't such a shock to my wallet.
I was looking at that one originally, but decided to completely remove the rear seat and go with the midsize one that is 7” deep (#058). The only thing that bothers me is that it weighs 80 lbs. I’m trying to be weight conscious, but it’s a compromise I’m willing to make for secure, organized storage, especially considering my soft top and going topless often.
 
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Matt1964

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I was looking at that one originally, but decided to completely remove the rear seat and go with the midsize one that is 7” deep (#058). The only thing that bothers me is that it weighs 80 lbs. I’m trying to be weight conscious, but it’s a compromise I’m willing to make for secure, organized storage, especially considering my soft top and going topless often.
Tob, the one you have is currently on sale at Quadratec for $629 and free shipping. I am thinking of buying one. Are you happy with yours?
 

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Tob, the one you have is currently on sale at Quadratec for $629 and free shipping. I am thinking of buying one. Are you happy with yours?
Well, I wish I could say I am enjoying it. However, I had an odd issue Tuffy had not encountered before, where the slides would not separate, so I wasn't able to even install it. After talking with Tuffy, I ended up sending it back.

From what I could tell, it was a well-made product. I had planned to exchange it for another since mine was apparently defective, but after having it in my hands and realizing just how heavy 80+ lbs was, I had second thoughts. Now I am not sure. I considered getting the Deck enclosure instead, which is 20 lbs lighter and a bit less expensive, but I don't want to give up seat reclining. I'm still deciding. If weight is not a huge concern for you, then I would definitely recommend it.
 
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matkal

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Didn't feel like starting a thread.....

I'd like to use the floor mounted seat brackets as points to secure a rear storage system of some kind. Any thoughts?
 
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Jack_Stefan

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I have the drawer under my back seat. Not sure what brand it is as the PO installed it. It also had the shelf that goes behind the rear seat but I pulled that out. I'll try to take a couple pics later. It does raise the rear seat quite a bit.
Curious if you can still provide some pics
 
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I've since sold the TJ but this is a pretty good picture. I used long L brackets on each side to attach this to the floor after seat brackets were removed. Once the tailgate is locked you need a saw to get into it, harder to steal something from than most vehicles.

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jgaz

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This is my rear storage thread that’s based on a floor base plate fastened to existing threaded inserts in the tub
 
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