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Old 04-26-2011, 12:28 AM
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Personalized Beds?

Until recently, I almost always had my rear seat folded up and had a bungie attached from the middle point to the driver's seat brackets. As I've used it maybe twice in the last 8 months, only once for a person, I decided to get rid of it and removed the brackets/seat belts. Oh, and it's been Herculined, so no need to worry about the pesky carpet.

What have you done with your Jeep's bed? Post some pics or list some items. Just looking for inspiration.

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i saw a guy with a 5 point seat belt hareness system with the attachment were the back seat was. look up JIMBO on the site and you might be able to find it
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I run a king sealy posturepedic pillow top mattress....custumized with a few stains.



Oh sorry.....well I am getting mine line-x'd in a few weeks then installing my tuffy security deck enclosure. Its pretty heavy duty so I plan on mounting my co2 tank to it and maybe Hi-lift jack.
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Im a bit of a truck guy so this was like mod #1 to while we did all the bedlining. Jus tneed to make a chain setup to hold tailgate down as a bed extender so I can load up the two pitbikes. And did a lot of welding on tailgate to fix up the rust holes!





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Im a bit of a truck guy so this was like mod #1 to while we did all the bedlining. Jus tneed to make a chain setup to hold tailgate down as a bed extender so I can load up the two pitbikes. And did a lot of welding on tailgate to fix up the rust holes!





Nice mod, I've never seen that done before :P

There was this cool attachment for Jeeps that extended the bed, it folded out and then attached to the open tailgate to carry extra loads, including dirt bikes.
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They have kits out there for like 200-300 bucks that converts your tailgate from a door like open(stock) to a fold down tailgate like above. The payload limit on the tailgate is like 400lbs for the kit I was looking at...
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:33 PM
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Yah, I've seen this. I just don't think I can justify spending 160$ on something I really don't need. It's a good idea though, but with my back seat fully removed and all the brackets it might as well be a giant workbench.
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could u fit a 450 dirtbike back there???
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could u fit a 450 dirtbike back there???
Yes, and no. By itself no, but we used a 2x12 that we used as a ramp and then slid it under the bike to support the back tire because the back tire hangs off the tailgate a bit. Then just strap it down.
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Yea I can't justify spending anything more than the 18 pack of Budlight it cost me tha tnight to weld all that up. All I need is pitbikes and for laughs. If im goin to ride my big bike I don't think i'de take it but to be honest I think I could get it in. Using a ramp as listed above would work fine.

Just last night we got to weld in the studs I was gonna use fo the back seat but as we installed it we find out the seat is just bent up and hammered. Bought jeep used and never had it in so I see why it wasn't. I'll probably wait to find a decent one locally otherwise I like just two seats. Ihave a crew cab f-250 if I need to take more than the dog with me somewhere and the girl.

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