rear cargo shelf

Discussion in 'Fabrication' started by timmyb457, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. profdlp

    profdlp Grouchy Old Cuss

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    Nice! :)

    Oh, and you can take that "Currently Stock" line out of you signature. You've modded her now! :D
     
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    VAPoorBoy Full Access Member

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    Thanks Prof, been reading all the Q&A on the site so that I don't ask a question that already has an answer.
     
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    I want one maybe i can fit it in on the to does
     
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    KJmurf,
    I like the idea of the tailgate storage. I'll need to add one myself, guess I'll be headed to the local military surplus store.
    :gr_grin::waytogo:
     
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    i had built a cargo shelf.. now i just built a sub box and throw everything on top of it.
     
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    Finally got one

    Built it still needs carpet used these as handles
     

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    Pretty nice
     

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    Anybody want my Mopar privacy screen PM me and come get for free
     

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    New here and saw this as a good idea, been thinking of doing this or a security box. For a shelf I am thinking of making one but out of stainless or aluminum being that I work in a model shop and have access to sheet metal cutting and forming equipment and a tig welder...
     
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    I made mine with an aluminum frame along with a main shelf and two aux shelves. Page 12 of this thread has pics of when I was figuring out how I wanted to build it. Here's a picture of the finished product.
     

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    bajasoobnut New Member

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    I now have mine drawn up in mastercam so just waiting for the sheet metal guy to flatten them and punch them out on the turret press at work. I will post pics when I finally get it done and also can provide a cad file too if need be.
     
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    new guy here, hello. This is my ghetto rear cargo shelf for my 2005 Liberty CRD diesel pig.

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    still workingon it, going to add a screen to prevent projectiles, and to mount molle style military pouches on the front of the screen. Also planning to add aluminum "wings" on each end of the rack (by the windows) , to bolt fire 5LB extinguisher mounts to. (i carry 2x5LB'ers)
     
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    Nicely done Bushman! And you really packed it in there good too!

    I see you have a Coleman two-burner camp stove too... I have one that my dad bought new in 1974. That thing works great.
     
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    yea there is NOTHING like the smell hot coleman fuel on a frosty morning, and hot coffee brewing. :happy160::favorites37:
     
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    And percolated no less!
     
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    Best way to make coffee.☕️
     
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    Bushman5, I like your setup - going to do something very similar for my '07 KJ Limited this weekend!
     
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    what's a good semi permanent way to mount this to the rear seat metal brackets?

    I think I have some spare 8020 lying around to go with the aluminum route.
     
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    The way Bushman did it with shackles is semi-permanent. I mean, short of using locktite on the threads...
     
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    let me rephrase my question.
    Any ideas on a way to mount to the rear seat bracket with something that can be quickly removed?

    a rated carabiner?

    didn't someone use this? most of the images are gone.

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