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Video Review & Installation
This Rugged Ridge Storage Bag is for those of you that have a 1987 and up Wrangler and are looking for a way to have a little bit more organization in that storage area of your Jeep. Whether you're looking to organize the area between the backseat and the tailgate or in that backseat area itself, this is going to be a bag that divides into four different areas, you can keep gear in it, whether it's recovery gear, off-road gear, on-road gear, work gear, whatever it might be, you'll have the opportunity to zip this closed, keep it safe from prying eyes, and it has a strap on it to make it very easy to grab the bag and take it with you when you go. Now there's nothing about this bag that makes it specifically Jeep, however it is going to fit very well in that backseat area or even that trunk area between the rear set of seats and the tailgate, even in your smaller two-door JK.This is a pretty well built bag, it's made of a heavy-duty vinyl material that has this carrying strap that of course is removable with these plastic buckles, it's adjustable as well. Of course it has that zipper top. And on the inside it does have a divider that you can use to divide it in half long ways, in half narrow ways, or both, and of course you can remove that divider completely because it attaches with just snaps, which is something I really like. If you plan on carrying some bigger gear in here, you're not limited by having that divider when you don't need it. You can simply unsnap it and remove it.I'm gonna give the install of this bag a very simple one outta three wrenches. Of course it doesn't actually get installed in the vehicle, all you need to do is take it outta the box, just snap the divider in place if you plan on using it, and set it behind that backseat, in the backseat, wherever you're gonna be storing this, load it up with your gear and you're good to go.This bag's only gonna run you $30, which I do think is gonna be a pretty good deal for what you're getting. If you're gonna be carrying a whole lot of really heavy recovery gear, a lot of straps, D-rings, stuff like that, and you wanna be able to really grab and go, this bag's probably gonna be a little bit on the big side and might not have all of that weight capacity. But if you're looking for something that's going to be able to carry some lighter gear or use it more for organization in the back of your Jeep, I think this is going to be a very fairly priced option.So if you're looking for a little bit more organization in a storage bag, I really like this option from Rugged Ridge that you can get right here at extremeterrain.com.
Zipper Top Keeps Contents in Place Under All Driving Conditions
Includes a Shoulder Strap for Carrying
Comes with Removable Cargo Dividers
5 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
2 Compartments, 1 Main Compartment and 1 Map Pocket with Snap Closure (But Also Includes Cargo Dividers)
Slots in Behind Rear Seat; No Attachment
Design. The universal application storage bag by Rugged Ridge is a tough, lightweight vinyl storage container for all Jeeps. Weighing 2.3 pounds and measuring 34.5 inches by 11 inches by 2.2 inches, the bag also features removable cargo dividers which can be used to break up the interior into four smaller spaces for organizing purposes. A vinyl shoulder strap is also attached to the bag. A sturdy zipper closure can be used to keep the interior isolated from dust and moisture while out on an expedition.
Storage Benefits. Storage space in the bag is ample and flexible, with the cargo divider offering the choice between a single large space and four smaller ones. There is enough room for a large amount of camping gear, for tools and towing equipment (such as jumper cables, air pumps, and a set of road flares), or a huge range of other cargo. It can also be used to hold several smaller bags in place so that they do not spill.
Application. This universal storage bag fits all types of Jeeps and most sport utility vehicles (SUVs) also. It can be carried using its shoulder strap. It can also be placed in the rear cargo area behind the seats.
Jim H, 2010 Jeep Wrangler JKWeb Development My dad would always take me trail riding in the Pine Barrens as a kid when I lived in South Jersey, so I’ve always been into four wheel drive trucks and Jeeps. When the time came for me to get a vehicle, I picked up an old Cherokee. I still have that old Jeep strictly for offroading, but after a few...