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Old 05-10-2017, 04:30 PM
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Solving a "gap" problem with the Tuffy trunk

I've got the Tuffy 326 in a 2-door and love the fact that I can secure items, but on long trips / trails it's a pain to keep anything in the footwells for the back seat just in front of the box.

My girlfriend templated these out and we made them over the last couple of days. They are awesome little platforms now for soft-sided coolers or whatever and won't slide down under the seat.

As a bonus there is just enough room underneath for a recovery gear bag or other small items and we still have access to the cup holders.

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