MOLLE PANEL, inteior.

Dephep Mar 8, 2014

  1. Dephep

    Dephep <img src="http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u7/ra Site Sponsor

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    I have a couple made and they work well I think. any input?
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    Xterraperformance.com will be carrying these soon.
     
  2. Jack Stilts

    Jack Stilts Skid Plates

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    Tony, those are brilliant!!! Sign me up for some 1st Gen prototypes!
     
  3. Davcos

    Davcos Wheeling Founding Member

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    x2 id be interested in those for a 1st gen
     
  4. Dephep

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    I need templates for the 1st gen, I already hit up Luke.
     
  5. Tay-Lo

    Tay-Lo I'm the king of junk food! Supporting Member

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    That is awesome!!!! I'd like something like that.....also for a first gen
     
  6. Tay-Lo

    Tay-Lo I'm the king of junk food! Supporting Member

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    Are they plastic or metal?
     
  7. Diadaga

    Diadaga Suspension Lift Founding Member

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    How much you charging for those Tony?

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  8. metzican

    metzican Suspension Lift

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    I will order as soon as possible
     
  9. 05x4x4

    05x4x4 First Fill-Up (of many)

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    Price point?


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  10. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    Thats great man, you think the plastic will hold everything up there though? I know a guy on tnx built them and secured them the body under the panels, do you think that is unnecessary? Im not trying to be a jerk i honestly want input cause i want these! They'd be sweet to more so organize my shizz. And i dont use these windows anyway.
     
  11. drbandkgb

    drbandkgb Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    Im sure we will see these on Xterraperformance.com soon ;)
     
  12. Dephep

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    All the weight is.hanging from the heavy garment hook at the top, the two brackets at the bottom screw to the plastic is to stop side movement, I think it will be good to go. Dan on tnx is where the idea came from, I'm sending him one next week.
     
  13. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    yeah dave
    that is all
     
  14. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    cool man! i wondered as i couldnt see that from the photo so well. Im excited for these!
     
  15. SKAVYNGR

    SKAVYNGR Need Bigger Tires

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    Exclusively at Xterraperformance.com

    :)




    -Jonny
     
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  16. Tay-Lo

    Tay-Lo I'm the king of junk food! Supporting Member

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    Soon? But we want them nao
     
  17. Cruecible

    Cruecible Titan Swapped / SAS'd

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    Much want
     
  18. Diadaga

    Diadaga Suspension Lift Founding Member

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    When they going up?

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  19. SKAVYNGR

    SKAVYNGR Need Bigger Tires

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    Unsure. I didn't know about them until today. Danny is out of town for the weekend. He'll probably have better answers.


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  20. TN4x4Xterra

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    Well..... page him! ;)

    I'd be in for one though.
     
  21. xterror04

    xterror04 Site sponsor Founding Member

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    1st gen template is in the mail!
     
  22. KUMA

    KUMA First Fill-Up (of many) Founding Member

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    I want one for my new rack/shelf (steeze shelves / kuma rack) :D Those are awesome man!
     
  23. mudchet

    mudchet Got Mud?<br><img src="http://i164.photobucket.com/ Founding Member

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    Would these be strong/secure enough to hold a fire extinguisher?
     
  24. Dephep

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    I think the top hook and the plate would handle it fine but not sure about the screws at the bottom, so no not recommended.
     
  25. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    So do you have a recommended weight restriction? They are steel corect? What about widening the lower mounting points to give it less chance to flex?


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  26. Golf286

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    I'm interested also..
     
  27. Dephep

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    The top hook according to the manual is rated at 110 lbs and yes its steel. If I had to put a restriction on it then about 20 lbs now I'm covered when someone hangs an ARB fridge on it and bad things happen. :)
     
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  28. Dephep

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    Iam conservative when we talk about stuff like extinguishers and heavy things because I worry about people hurting their stuff. Its a molle rack and what I see it used for is molle type pouches, not a tool rack but like I said im conservative with others property.
     
  29. gorillamel

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    Oooo I really like this! I've seen how some other people have similar set ups, but I like this one so much more! Good job. :)
     
  30. civicjoe

    civicjoe lone wolf mod Super Moderator Founding Member

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    hey if you could build one that someone can mount a fridge on, that would be amazing!
     
  31. caseycamby

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    I'd definitely be interested in some if the price was there ;)

    Looks like great work.
     
  32. Steeze

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    Nice.. looking forward to this
     
  33. metzican

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    Nice to know I can't put a ARB fridge on it. But can I put an Ironman one? I think you hit something on the nose with this product. I worry about things hitting the windows all the time and in reality I'm just going to use it as a Window Protector.
     
  34. RATTFINK

    RATTFINK XN OG Admin. Founding Member

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    Put me on the list for the 1st Gen too. Great innovation there. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  35. obi_krash

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    nice! If this are coming around, forget whatever plans I had to make storage in the back space. These are way better!
     
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  37. TheFauxFox

    TheFauxFox Titan Swapped / SAS'd Founding Member

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    And/or making it a double shear tab?
     
  38. Dephep

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    I like these ideas, yes they are 11 gauge steel.
     
  39. NickX

    NickX Bought an X

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  40. Dephep

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    Be sure to sub to Dannie's news letter at xterraperformance.com for a big sale on these panels.
     

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