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I love that you guys can use that space. In my family what you are referring to is called passenger leg room and is not fit for hanging anything. 😜
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Yea I posted this on the other thread I think but imma leave this in here too.
It's a Sport S so I was bummed I didn't get the panels.
Glad I wasn't disappointed for a more expensive trim.
Like somebody else said, mostly for kids stuff, cable management for their chargers. I'd like to get a real first aid kit, not a booboo kit, but they're hella expensive and you have to know how to use 3/4 the stuff in there.
Plus I'm torn if the extinguisher should go there or in the bed, I don't want the kids touching it...
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I have two old military issued pouches on the back of the seats for the kid‘s crap so it doesnt roll all over the back. Dad life. I am about to add a first aid kit as well.
 

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I love that you guys can use that space. In my family what you are referring to is called passenger leg room and is not fit for hanging anything. 😜
Ditto! I love the concept but the rear seats on my JKU were used to often by other adults, same for the JT now too. At least the seats don't fold forward like my JKU did.
 

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Not sure I’d be able to use the Rubicon ones as they’re quite low, but I keep a Leatherman on the passenger side seat, and a smaller bag on the back of the front seats. Usually keep a couple ratchet straps, and some rotating stuff (sunscreen and bug spray or hats and gloves).
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Not sure I’d be able to use the Rubicon ones as they’re quite low, but I keep a Leatherman on the passenger side seat, and a smaller bag on the back of the front seats. Usually keep a couple ratchet straps, and some rotating stuff (sunscreen and bug spray or hats and gloves).
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Wow, that's a great color combo!
 

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I got some cheapie dump pouches on Amazon.
2 on the back of each seat for the kids. One is used as a drink or sunglass holder and the other as a garbage bag.

Passenger side inner bag is reserved for me to use for garbage because I can reach it while driving.

$15 for 2.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08Q7Z7LW4
Me too, same setup. The dump piches are cheap and super versatile.
 

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My back seat is for my dog that seems to be the perfect driving companion once she calms down. She keeps her opinions to herself, doesn’t complain about my driving, and she does approve all Jeep mods!

I did try the Dirty Dog hammock and netting to keep her confined to the rear of the cab but she was like a drunken sailor as she paced back and forth. So I went with a Goose Gear 60% delete but kept the netting. I mounted her crate and secured it with shock loaded bungee cords.

Since I covered the seats with Carhartt covers, I lost the use of the molle panels but I use the netting to mount anything I need including foldable dog bowl, leash, head lamp, gloves, sunglass case, and a bottle opener. And yes, I had to buy the matching Carhartt bed mat for the crate!

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What size Ruffland did you use, for what size dog, and how much of the 60% does it use? I've been looking at these for my 60lb Vizsla, and don't know if the Intermediate (20W x 30L) would fit, or if Backseat Rider (20W x 27L) would not be deep enough for my dog? I'm assuming the pic is of what you use as the back of the kennel, and have the dog get in the driver side with the passenger seat up (thats what I do with a 60% rear seat delete).
 

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What size Ruffland did you use, for what size dog, and how much of the 60% does it use? I've been looking at these for my 60lb Vizsla, and don't know if the Intermediate (20W x 30L) would fit, or if Backseat Rider (20W x 27L) would not be deep enough for my dog? I'm assuming the pic is of what you use as the back of the kennel, and have the dog get in the driver side with the passenger seat up (thats what I do with a 60% rear seat delete).
I purchased the intermediate size Ruffland and my 38 pound Australian Shepherd fills it. It fills the 60 percent delete! I went to Sportman’s Warehouse and they let me take it out of the store to make sure it fit in the backseat and through the door opening. It is very tight fit through the door and I am glad I don’t have to take the door off.
 

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I purchased the intermediate size Ruffland and my 38 pound Australian Shepherd fills it. It fills the 60 percent delete! I went to Sportman’s Warehouse and they let me take it out of the store to make sure it fit in the backseat and through the door opening. It is very tight fit through the door and I am glad I don’t have to take the door off.
Thanks for the info. Will be too small for my V. Right now he's great in the dogbed I put in the 60 seat delete... but he hates it when I go off road... not secure enough. Oh, well... still need to find an offroad solution for him.
 

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No pic...but I did buy the Mopar MoLlE bags. Put GoPro stuff in them when wheeling.

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I love these bags. Issue I am having is maintaining enough room in the back seat for a 15 and 13 year old.
 

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Driver's side: large first aid kit, auto escape tool, jeep tools, and a roll of TP in the mesh pocket.
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Passenger side: tool bag, cheap knife, headlamp, spare dog leash and choke collar, hat, and a windbreaker in the mesh pocket
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