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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:27 pm 
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is taht some kind of cargo net hanging from the ceiling in your jeep?


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Well i have been inspired
And it has begun
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3009803/4

:) :) :) :) Little at a time after work but it is getting there :lol: :lol: :D :D
poor pics are due to the treo camera instead of my slr digital

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well me and my buddies made one tonight i think it came out great.

started with a
4x4 1/2 plywood sheet
8ft 2x4 cut down to 1x1
3/4 dowel cut to 46 in
i36x72 nterior carpet from walmart
staples screws and clips


really easy to make

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I started mine today! I'm going with textured spray paint and grip tape for mine

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Put one of these together between last night and today.

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I was thinking I could use two of the milk crates as a stand and put the shelf on top for a table when camping, so I only painted it for now.

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NICE WORK !! LOOKS AWESOME

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YES! This is exactly what I have been looking for!!!

I have a 1 year old and am a flight attendant. Toss a stroller back there and there is no room for anything else.

Well Done!

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Now that a little time has passed: did anyone do anything different with this project? If so, please add description and pictures. I started up a folder in my pictures section of my 'puter on this. This project is being added to my "To Do List". :D

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Fulltimer wrote:
Now that a little time has passed: did anyone do anything different with this project? If so, please add description and pictures. I started up a folder in my pictures section of my 'puter on this. This project is being added to my "To Do List". :D

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High walls...and angled wall that sits flush up against the back seats. http://www.jeepkj.com/forum/showthread. ... argo+shelf

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That looks pretty good! I don't have to worry about the back seat because I don't have any! I'm thinking of making the deck removable with some type of a releasable catch. The catch would secure it when in place. But, that is something to figure out when I make the thing. Thanks for the link!!

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You are just missing the bottle opener... :D

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From back in the day....
http://www.lostjeeps.com/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?p=17237#17237

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phxtoad wrote:
You are just missing the bottle opener... :D

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From back in the day....
http://www.lostjeeps.com/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?p=17237#17237


Holy flashback Batman... :lol: :lol: ...sadly it seem like just yesterday, not all but 3 years ago... :shock:

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Time does fly! I bought the tubby lil Jeeplet exactly 5 years/100,000 miles ago.

And as far as useful simple mod's goes, the shelf has been the best...

(Plus I needed room for stickers)

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Thank you as well, Wondering how to make a rear shelf. Awesume job :D


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I made one the other day - I was unhappy with supporting the front of the shelf in the little slots in the plastic trim so I made it with hinged legs which transfer the load onto the floor. The main reason for making it was to carry my recovery gear, as I use the towbar tongue upside down to suit my camper trailer and I can't open the tailgate with the trailer attached, so I need to be able to access it just through the flipper glass. Stuff stored below is only needed when we get to camp and unhitch the trailer.

Since taking these photos I have covered it with carpet and added some tie-down loops for the bungee straps to hold everything in place. I'll post more photos later.

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pipeliner wrote:
I made one the other day - I was unhappy with supporting the front of the shelf in the little slots in the plastic trim so I made it with hinged legs which transfer the load onto the floor. The main reason for making it was to carry my recovery gear, as I use the towbar tongue upside down to suit my camper trailer and I can't open the tailgate with the trailer attached, so I need to be able to access it just through the flipper glass. Stuff stored below is only needed when we get to camp and unhitch the trailer.

Since taking these photos I have covered it with carpet and added some tie-down loops for the bungee straps to hold everything in place. I'll post more photos later.

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nice setup, Would you mind sharing the grocery list of materials and measurents?


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 Post subject: Re: Built Rear Cargo Shelf
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Well finally built a rear cargo shelf, was a lot easier than I thought and fits real well. Here are a few pics:

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Did you have any trouble with the rear seat not latching, I built a shelf and am having trouble getting them to latch.

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Did you have any trouble with the rear seat not latching, I built a shelf and am having trouble getting them to latch.


Your shelf extends too far in past the rear seat brackets, either cut it down some or do what I did and cut it at the same angle as the rear seats are, so they sit flush up against the shelf.

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Thank you, I will cut it so it is flush with the rear seat

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Works much better now that I cut a little off.

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