|08-03-2009 11:00 PM|
|amoujaffar||yeah wood is outa the question....im going into some pretty rough neighborhood with my tools....but i dont really have any good metal tools around or friends with them to fab up something that would be nice and clean. so i think the cobalt might just work as long as i can fit it in there behind the back seat.....if anything F the backseat lol|
|08-03-2009 04:39 PM|
If you can get some 1/8" sheet steel, you could fab one up that would be very secure.
I want to do this, but need the back seat for the kids.
I have also seen ones made from thick plywood, but I don't find that material to be very sexy.
|08-03-2009 11:56 AM|
|amoujaffar||yeah i've seen these when i was looking around last night, as good and perfect as they are for the jeep...sadly they are wayyy ofver my price range, hell its like a 1/5 of what a paid for the damn jeep lol. thanks for the input thought im HOPING one of the cobalts will fit just fine.|
|08-03-2009 11:50 AM|
|NAVYCHIEF||look at quadratec. there is a secutity panel that mounts behind the rear seat. it secures the whole area when you lock the tail gate. it's called an add-a-trunk.|
|08-03-2009 11:44 AM|
|08-03-2009 11:42 AM|
|NAVYCHIEF||do you need a tool chest or just storage?|
|08-03-2009 11:15 AM|
YJ Dimensions Please
Hey guy's until i pick up my YJ from the dealer i'm trying to find a proper size tool chest for the back. cam anyone give me the dimensions on the area behind the backseat that i can fit one in.
or if theres any insider information on how to get a lockable box back there that i don't know.
thanks a lot
PS i found a few cobalt chests from lowes, most are about 12 in in depth so im looking for a good fit.