Great idea to use the dog crate section as a MOLLE panel. Durable, coated and lightweight.
I went the heavier route :sunglasses: with some old PSP. I run black spray painted ACU radio and sustainment pouches on it.
At one point I tried to use the PSP "inside" the Jeep but above the roll bar...
This is a nearly new GearsHunter cargo net. We bought it to lash down all our odd and sundry gear on the Jeep roof rack (GOBI) but no longer need it since we now use a trailer. We used it once in good weather this summer.
$78 shipped CONUS - PP OK (non F&F OK as well). Will go...
SOLD as of 1:20 PM 8/24/18
NOTE: I had these mounts 6 mos ago and gave them to a friend who ultimately decided he did not need them. So I got them back.
$37.50 shipped CONUS -- Regular PP OK (doesn't have to be F&F)
for round or tube rack installations...
As much as we enjoy our Gobi rack, we discovered an everpresent need for more and varied space for all our camping gear. We looked at a lot of different military trailers and selected the M416 for its size, weight and durability.
For months on end . . nothing . . .until a FB post pointed us...
Great idea . . but double check measurements since the WW2 vintage MB-T and Bantam T3-C's have a 38" width tub whereas the M416 is 41" or so . . but it may be close enough for most. DL Bensinger also has MB-T tub floors and all sides.
Howdy, with the 1/4" angle iron in place I added two Rotopax deluxe mounts by simply drilling the holes. There's enough room under the M416's rear deck to also stack the Rotopax by adding an extra 2 gal gas and 2 gal water. Mounts have been rock solid for 4,000 miles thus far.
I use a $25 Harbor Freight 2" receiver on the back of my M416. Bolted it to the frame with some Grade 8's and reinforced it with angle iron. Have used it with a Yakima rack and with a rear basket style cargo carrier.