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Tested and tweaked and deciding whether to offer these. They are not cheap, but they are full ballistic and UV rated and meet MILSPEC production standards. These are for first aid kits, lights pretty much any MOLLE accessory out there but keep in mind they do attach to the OEM seat back. Heavier capacity could be obtained by building an inner structure but that's an option we can do.
Question is if there is a retail market for them and enough interest to build them in quantity. I would estimate in the $150 for the set range. Let us know if interested, questions or comments, we do appreciate feedback.
 

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that is bad a$$ and if you guys offered these back when I bought my molle seat covers I probably would have bought these instead! too late now for me but would love to see these produced! especially once my seat covers wear out!
 

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Tested and tweaked and deciding whether to offer these. They are not cheap, but they are full ballistic and UV rated and meet MILSPEC production standards. These are for first aid kits, lights pretty much any MOLLE accessory out there but keep in mind they do attach to the OEM seat back. Heavier capacity could be obtained by building an inner structure but that's an option we can do.
Question is if there is a retail market for them and enough interest to build them in quantity. I would estimate in the $150 for the set range. Let us know if interested, questions or comments, we do appreciate feedback.
Just to expand on my idea from a while back, and maybe to have two different options for the seat back panel as I usually have the cargo area full not allowing me access the the back of the seats. How about retrofitting the panels, along with using some footmans loops, or the other tie downs on your site and fitting the panels in a similar location to this?


It would help keep stuff from falling out of the back when loaded up, plus give additional storage options and easy access to other tools and accessories?
 

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I'd buy some for the rear seats, + the side walls + the lift gate. But $$$ is an issue. I'm sure they are worth it I've bought gear from you guys before, but $$ will be the biggest issue probably. Then again this isn't a cheap hobby to begin with.
 
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