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    Let's see your boot!

    I want to see the various setups people have in the rear of their wranglers. I'm trying to figure out the best storage solution for tools/parts/air/recovery/daily stuff.

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    Let's see your boot!

    There are quite a few ways you could go about this. There is the Tuffy Box that sits in back that you could also add the rack above. I have seen people cut out the cubby hole in the back and install their own drop in box (obviously this will require relocation of the muffler). Here are a few pics:
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    Let's see your boot!

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    Hope these give you some help with ideas.


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    Let's see your boot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Philip *AZ* View Post
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    Hope these give you some help with ideas.


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    Very interesting! Thanks. I like the tuffy box idea.


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    Let's see your boot!

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    I've got the DeeZee tool box make for the JK. It bolts into factory bolts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLAJK View Post
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    I've got the DeeZee tool box make for the JK. It bolts into factory bolts.
    Would that work with the factory sub?


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    KRay, they do make boxes that will work with the sub yes. I like the double option (box/rack).
    If someone needs a spot to sleep, the box can be removed, but your other stuff can stay in the rack. I know a guy with that rack, he actually sleeps in his jeep (4dr) and that rack is used as a dog bed.


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    Let's see your boot!

    I think the DeeZee website asks if you have the sub or not. I'm guessing they make different models that work with the sub but not sure.

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    Let's see your boot!

    Quote Originally Posted by Philip *AZ* View Post
    KRay, they do make boxes that will work with the sub yes. I like the double option (box/rack).
    If someone needs a spot to sleep, the box can be removed, but your other stuff can stay in the rack. I know a guy with that rack, he actually sleeps in his jeep (4dr) and that rack is used as a dog bed.


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    That is awesome! Now I have to try sleeping in my JK.


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