Back of the seat organizer thingys..

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  1. C99c

    C99c Member

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    I know that there are a ton of these available.

    Are there any made in the USA, non tactical looking ones? It really only needs to hold a fire extingusher and a first aid kit.

    Thanks for any suggestions.
     
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    Diamondback tools is starting to prototype a few I think. They are obviously intended for tools, but are very modular. Great company. Check out their social media for info.
     
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    These folks are pretty local to me. Matt is a great guy and their stuff is top notch!

    I have several of their products and try to drop by whenever I'm in that area. So many great products! And they take on custom work as well.
     
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    I have been wanting to buy one of those for ages.....just time and money have been in the way... ;)
     
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    Duluth Trading has these in their “Cab Commander” line up I think, Cabelas carried them too at one time. I’ve considered it but access to the contents kept me in a MaxPed Tac patrol bag or briefcase . Sits either in the passenger seat or floor or floor behind the passenger seat. :)
     
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    That's exactly what I'm looking for. Ordered some stuff just now.

    The primary purpose of these is so that the driver can have access to the fire extingusher (without drilling/etc to hard mount) and FAK while being buckled. That's likely all that will be attached to the panels.
     
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    Got our panels and fire extingusher pouches from Blue Ridge Overland Gear this week. Great stuff. I'm ordering a few more things today.
     
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    Glad you like it! I think it's top notch gear!
     

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