I have one of these, but have not installed it yet.Now that you have two AGM batteries don't forget to get one of these Alternator Voltage Booster (MK1) for Toyota FJ Cruiser | eBay
Thanks, if I pull the strap to release the first aid kit, it gives me more room.Chuck box is very nice especially on the slide. Would it not be better the other way around though so you can use the drop down prep surface or is there room between it and the door( Picture makes it look impossible)
What's that little dead blow hammer you've got in there? It looks lightweight. How durable?The cargobox I have had in my FJ Cruiser since day one was actually made for my '91 4Runner by a carpenter at Boeing.
It is heavy, very thick, and not a lot of room inside of it, but it has done the job since July of 2006 for the FJ.
Lately I have been thinking of a new drawer setup that is light weight, durable, bigger inside, and good looking
The Goose Gear stuff caught my attention, but it is not cheap, but it is very well made, and a lot of folk's are running their stuff in their rigs.
I contacted Brain there, and began a dialogue of what size we could come up with to work best in my FJ Cruiser.
At a future date I will get the FJC plate system that bolts down in the back of the FJ utilizing the cargo hold down bolts.
The cargobox will tie in with it, and also bolt to it making it much safer.
At first I was thinking of getting two of the taller drawer modules you can see listed on their site, but for them to work being so tall, you cannot have anything on the rear door like I do, as then the door would not close.
With the shorter cargobox, but still taller than my old one, the stuff on the rear door will not interfere with the door hitting the new box.
The new box is 38 3/8" wide by 27" deep, and 8" tall.
It also sits back further giving me longer drawers than the old box.
The old box is 37" wide by 21" deep (only 16" deep on the left side) by 7" tall as seen in the rear of the old 4Runner.
Being made out of thicker wood, a lot of wasted space compared to the new Goose Gear unit.
I also bought the Trekpak at 4" high to create specific sized storage areas within the drawers, and also some heavy duty toolbox drawer liner to put down first to protect the bottom of the drawers, and also to keep gear from sliding around.
At a future date I may add in a Tembo Tusk fridge 28" slide for the right side so I can put the Trail Kitchens chuckbox on it.
This way I can cook on it and use it if I do not want to setup the chuckbox on a camping/picnic table.
Very happy with the way the box turned out, and it sure is nice having a little more room for gear in it.
I will be ordering the FJ Cruiser plate soon to keep the box secure, and also from tipping back when you have both drawers out.
You can see how it tips back in the video below the pictures.
Thanks, very happy with it.Great setup! Always enjoy following along and it appears as if you were part of R&D this time.
If it is the tan colored one, it is a plastic/nylon tent stake hammer/puller I bought years ago at REI.What's that little dead blow hammer you've got in there? It looks lightweight. How durable?