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Old 01-14-2013, 06:03 PM   #1
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Just installed my MOLLE tailgate

These are pretty nice...Installed them today
The seller is awesome to work with on ebay.
I also just ordered some MOLLE bags - excited to get those!




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Old 01-14-2013, 06:09 PM   #2
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I have been meaning to do this so I can keep a few tools that I use all the time easy to get to.. I just never think about ordering it.

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Old 01-14-2013, 08:03 PM   #3
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Very nice... I LOVE mine! You'll spend some $$$ on the molle bags, too.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:23 AM   #4
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Very nice... I LOVE mine! You'll spend some $$$ on the molle bags, too.
Yeah - just bought $70.00 worth!
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:54 AM   #5
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Was the sellers name alanjk427?
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:12 AM   #6
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just installed mine last night also. now i just need to get some bags...I bought it from AlanJK427. great quality and great guy to deal with.
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:19 AM   #7
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I installed mine over the weekend, used different screws though. Great product and looks realy good. I think I will end up replacing the cables that are on it to something a little more sturdy.
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Do they rattle at all when you drive?
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What's the name of the eBay user you dealt with?
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:31 AM   #10
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Do they rattle at all when you drive?
Thats what I was wondering... He does offer both. Table model or just a panel mount.
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:32 AM   #11
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Alanjk427 is the seller, here is a link to his page: alanjk427 | eBay

I put some rubber washers between the brackets and the tailgate, there is a very little rattle from the pins that keep it folded up but with the radio on, its not noticable at all.
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:05 PM   #12
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Here's a comparison showing the screws supplied with the panel (black head, I painted myself) and the ones I used instead.





And the layout of my 5.11 Tactical MOLLE bags.



I did not use any washers or spacers between the panel and my tailgate. I tightened the allen screws on the hinge and it makes for a better operation and it is rattle-free.

Now I just need a solution for a flat top to place on the back side when it's folded down.
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Here's a comparison showing the screws supplied with the panel (black head, I painted myself) and the ones I used instead.



I did not use any washers or spacers between the panel and my tailgate. I tightened the allen screws on the hinge and it makes for a better operation and it is rattle-free.

Now I just need a solution for a flat top to place on the back side when it's folded down.
...aaaahhhh, I see the Teraflex Tire Carrier in the backgound. Just got my one from the US, will be probably the first in Germany owning it. Looks well constructed.

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So I just drilled the holes with a 1/8 bit like the (not very wordy) instructions said, and the holes aren't big enough for the screws that are provided. Anyone else run into this? Also, for those who used different screws, which ones did you use exactly?
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So I just drilled the holes with a 1/8 bit like the (not very wordy) instructions said, and the holes aren't big enough for the screws that are provided. Anyone else run into this? Also, for those who used different screws, which ones did you use exactly?
I picked up some hex head self tapping screws 14 x 1 instead of drilling and then putting the smaller screw in. I end up breaking 3 drill bits and stripping out some screws. With the ones I used, you dont have to drill, it will do it on its own.
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So I just drilled the holes with a 1/8 bit like the (not very wordy) instructions said, and the holes aren't big enough for the screws that are provided. Anyone else run into this? Also, for those who used different screws, which ones did you use exactly?

Yeah, those instructions sucked. I ended up stepping up in bit size. This spring I'm going to use larger screws. For the time being, it's holding, but I want something more substantial holding it in place.
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Think I want more sturdy ones also but not sure what to get.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:46 PM   #18
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These are pretty nice...Installed them today
The seller is awesome to work with on ebay.
I also just ordered some MOLLE bags - excited to get those!



Awesome! Looks great I just placed my order
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Got mine installed today, this is very well made and now includes larger SS hex head mounting screws.

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I picked up some hex head self tapping screws 14 x 1 instead of drilling and then putting the smaller screw in. I end up breaking 3 drill bits and stripping out some screws. With the ones I used, you dont have to drill, it will do it on its own.
Thanks for this tip; I went and bought some of these today and install was easy peezy.
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Glad to hear you got it straightened out, hb.

And it's also nice to hear our man making these wised up and included proper hardware.
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Glad to hear you got it straightened out, hb.

And it's also nice to hear our man making these wised up and included proper hardware.
X2 I really like it and have gotten many compliments on it.
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I love mine. I tapped a hole (well 4 actually) and used cap bolts to match the product.

Now to get all that Kool 5.11 Stuff. I used a miss match of old things I had laying around for now. I want the Zombie Ax on Ebay to mount on there.
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:38 PM   #24
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I love mine too. I went with Condor bags because they were cheaper.
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:01 PM   #25
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Do they rattle at all when you drive?
Oh yeah... it is really annoying... I am working on some type of rubber bumper to keep it solid. Maybe once I hang some gear on it...
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Oh yeah... it is really annoying... I am working on some type of rubber bumper to keep it solid. Maybe once I hang some gear on it...
x2 ... mine rattles, even after tightening the hex screws on the hinges. The rattling is from the top where the pins hold the table up ... I have to figure out someway to get it to stop, or I'll go kookoo.

Does hanging the bags w/gear on it help?
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x2 ... mine rattles, even after tightening the hex screws on the hinges. The rattling is from the top where the pins hold the table up ... I have to figure out someway to get it to stop, or I'll go kookoo.

Does hanging the bags w/gear on it help?
recommend you guys check with lee indy. i recalls seeing a write up somewhere, where he either rerigged the table, or used some rubber grommets from a hardware store.

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recommend you guys check with lee indy. i recalls seeing a write up somewhere, where he either rerigged the table, or used some rubber grommets from a hardware store.


Thanks! Sent him a PM.
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this is complicated to answer but ill try.



mine doesnt rattle at all.
i have a tarp and a cable dampner tucked in behind it
and i tied the pins threw the holes with paracord making the hole a little tighter
but what really quited it down was when i secured those keyrings with the bungie.
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I wrapped a little black tape around my pins and it helped. That coupled with tightening the Allen screws eliminated any rattle I had.

I also secured my pins with paracord. They just dangle now when I pull them.

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