In an effort to consolidate some of my random jeep stuff, I built a storage cart to hold some of it and keep it off the ground. I built it for under $100. The castors were $25 and I probably couldve gotten away with smaller/cheaper, but I like that its easy to roll out into the driveway so I dont have to carry the doors so far. The bottom shelf holds a storage tote that I toss in the back of the jeep when im offroading. The middle shelf holds my trail cover (in the black/red craftsman bag), my recovery bag, a small toolbox, and my soft top glass rolled up in a duffle. On the back of the cart is a ledge that holds my freedom panels and some clips to hold the cargo mat. I reused the plastic insert from the back of the jeep in the top of the cart to have an easy place to toss some of the soft top hardware, tools, etc. and to keep all hinge screws and everything else together. I think its still a work in progress, but so far I like how it turned out.
2013 JK - Metalcloak 3.5" coils and control arms, Bilstein 5160s, Prorock44, Synergy high steer, drag link, track bar and tie rod, PSC hydro assist, RCV front shafts, Reid knuckles, TEN factory rear shafts, 4.88s, 37" MTR, Tom Woods front and rear, antirock front and rear, etc.