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Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

Show us your rear door and cargo area storage solutions!
We just received our new rear door storage panel from Orangeboxx the other day and are now looking for even more useful ideas for organizing all our “gotta have it right now” stuff. Quick access, dual purpose, and incredibly durable are top priorities.
Post your pics!
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Re: Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

Most people just put their stuff in Molle bags. The Condor stuff is a good value for the price.

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Re: Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

I wouldn't say I'm using mine to the full potential but it holds what I need it to. I designed the rack and basket myself. The hatch rack holds my tire air tools including deflator in the little bag. (somebody is always asking to borrow the tire pressure gauge!) Also badges to the left and LED work light hidden behind the bag. Strapped to the outside of the basket is a medical kit stocked with minor injury/sickness type stuff. I keep the major injury medical bag in the driver's door cubby.

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Putting bags on the hatch rack limits space in the cargo area which is why I can only fit badges on the side because of my fridge.
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Had some but the quality was so poor it was going to cost me more to fix it right (usable) so.....into the dumpster.

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Not the best pic, but it extends all the way to the back of the front seats (rear seats are removed, so not exactly a “cargo area” solution). It’s level with the protruding plastic panels in the cargo area. The drawer is divided into two compartments. The skull is supposed to be a bottle opener...def doesn’t work. Stay away from it if you see it at HD or Lowe’s :-/
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Re: Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

I don't have pics but I did the D-Ring mod (from an old thread) to my ceiling and strung up a bunch of bungee cords. I keep two adult side folding chairs, a kid folding camp chair, a camp high-chair, and two folding end tables bungiee-d to the ceiling. Anytime we deploy the 8foot ARB awning we set up a whole freaking living room under it. We never have to remember to pack all that because it lives up on the ceiling full time.
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Show us your rear door and cargo area storage solutions!

We just received our new rear door storage panel from Orangeboxx the other day and are now looking for even more useful ideas for organizing all our “gotta have it right now” stuff. Quick access, dual purpose, and incredibly durable are top priorities.

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Re: Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

This was still a work in progress, but you get the idea. It's still pretty much the same except the fridge is up on the shelf part now.
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Re: Rear Door and Cargo Area Storage Ideas.

Equipment Racks are machined HDPE with a grid of recessed rare earth magnetic fasteners. Bags and light equipment have matching button magnets that jump into position and swap around like legos. Holes allow molle attachments.

Deck is held captive under rack when closed, serves as camp table for cooking.

Totes are Global Industrial part bins, slide like drawers under deck.



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Equipment Racks are machined HDPE with a grid of recessed rare earth magnetic fasteners. Bags and light equipment have matching button magnets that jump into position and swap around like legos. Holes allow molle attachments.

Deck is held captive under rack when closed, serves as camp table for cooking.

Totes are Global Industrial part bins, slide like drawers under deck.



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