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We've seen Mustard Dog's drawer and a few others floating around on other websites (JJJ's, for example), but I was wondering if anyone else here has done something similar? Blumel, didn't you make your own? Post some pics, man, I need some ideas/inspiration!
 

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I just installed a tuffy collapsable box, actually made for a TJ, but it barely fits in my fj40, about .25" clearance from jump seats when they are down and about 1" from tailgate. When expanded the jump seats cannot be used.
 

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Have you not seen Jeff Jones?
Awsome,made by a yacht interior guy, he has pix on his web pagehttp://www.geocities.com/jjjoutside/

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I found this OZ site. They make some bling storage/drawer systems:

http://www.blackwidow4wdstorage.com/

Also, there's a company in the PNW that make similar systems. Not any for the 60 series, but the 80 series. They do custom work also.

http://www.truckvault.com/

I know "holy digging up hold threads Batman," but :flipoff2:. I'm interested in a rear storage system too. MAF (Man-it-ain't-free) sells one. At least they have on in catalog #10.

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I have been looking at this for a while now. One idea I am working out is removal of the 2 back seats on my 62 and decking it over with top and side access for long term storage. I looked into most pre made cases and the cost/style kept me away. One thing I found is the ATA road case companies. The construction is similiar as are the materials. These people make road cases for rock and roll, AV etc... and specilize in custom work. I took my 62 and a pile of pics to a local guy. He estimated $1200 for an enhanced version of the MAF system with a bunch of little mods i had thought of. Havent done it yet but I think a road case company is the way to go to get just what you want.
 

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I have been looking at this for a while now. One idea I am working out is removal of the 2 back seats on my 62 and decking it over with top and side access for long term storage. I looked into most pre made cases and the cost/style kept me away. One thing I found is the ATA road case companies. The construction is similiar as are the materials. These people make road cases for rock and roll, AV etc... and specilize in custom work. I took my 62 and a pile of pics to a local guy. He estimated $1200 for an enhanced version of the MAF system with a bunch of little mods i had thought of. Havent done it yet but I think a road case company is the way to go to get just what you want.
Do you have a link?
 

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I cant find a ddirect link but it is called Georgia case Company. There are mnay others. Just search for ATA Flight Cases or Road cases. If you can send a design, even a basic one they will be able to shoot out a ballpark. Make sure you shop around. The big guys are way expensive IE Anvil, Cadence etc...
 
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