Silverado rear seat
Great item. I have had molle seat covers and panels before but the all were loose and eventually sagged. Not this solid panel!! I made a solid mount for it behind my seat upholstery instead of the straps. Straps would have been easier but I didnt want to see the straps on the top of the seat. This also allows me to remove the panel and set it on the bench for changes and adjustments. I'm very happy and will definately be getting more. Thank you!
Safe door storage
These worked great for adding molle to my safe door. I cut a sheet of MDF and used # t nuts on the back and 1/2 nylon spacers on the front to be able to change the mag storage pouches. One thing to watch is the placement of the pouches so the door can still close and not have the mags hit the shelves, but some trial and error solved this problem. Overall good product and thanks for the Xmas sale pricing. Maybe in the future look at making some sizes that fit safe doors with a little thicker material, this would save about an inch of thickness without having to have a backer and spacers eliminating the problem of hitting the shelves. Thanks for a good product and Xmas specials.
Safe Door Magazine Organization
This was a project to replace the stock door panel on a Liberty safe model Fatboy Jr. The stock door panel was not very functional and I needed a place to store all of my magazines that I have. So I replaced it with 3/4” plywood and glued some speaker box felt/rug on it. Then I mounted three grey man tactical molly panels to it. I then installed several of the tuff 6 pocket magazine holders both in single and double stack magazines. I ordered and installed some name badges. Then I drilled and taped new holes in the safe door and installed the new safe door panel. This is now the very functional magazine door panel storage. Hopefully this will inspire others to create new projects of there own. Keep building !!!