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Bestop Safari-Style Header Bikini Top; Cable Style; Black Diamond (10-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door)
Fishbone Offroad Interior Storage Rack (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door)
Tuffy Security Products Conceal Carry Underseat Drawer; Driver Side (07-10 Jeep Wrangler JK 2-Door; 07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK 4-Door)
Ryan: This Tuffy Deluxe Security Deck Enclosure is for those of you that have a 2011 to 2018 JK, either two-door or four-door, and are looking for a way to have a nice, secure cargo space for your Jeep. Now, if you are installing this in a two-door JK, you will have to remove the rear seats in order for it to fit, with a four-door, you can have those rear seats still installed. Now, you might be wondering what makes this the deluxe version different from the regular security deck enclosure. Well, this is designed so that the lid section can be very easily removed without the need to use any sort of tools. So if you're somebody who likes to have that secured cargo area, but also wants to be able to carry some larger items and not have the deck lid in the way, you can very easily remove this on the deluxe version, where on the other version, it's a little bit more difficult. So that's gonna be the main difference between the two of these.This is going to be a one out of three wrench installation. This is going to be very simple to bolt into your Jeep and we'll talk a little bit more about that in a second. So whether you have a two-door or a four-door or a hardtop or a soft top, having a nice secure cargo space is a very nice feature. Let's face it, we don't have a trunk space like you would have in a car that is relatively secure and very easy to lock and that's where something like this is going to come in. The really nice part about this option from Tuffy is that it integrates directly with the locking tailgate of your Jeep so much in the same way that a trunk, when the trunk is closed and it's locked with your key fob, everything is nice and secure, but you can very easily open it, this is gonna be the same way.There are no additional locks, no additional anything really, as long as the tailgate is locked, this area is secure. When the tailgate is unlocked, you can open it and access your cargo space. Tuffy is known for making some very high-quality security products and this is no different. This is going to be very, very strong. It's going to do a great job at protecting whatever you decide to put underneath of it in the back of your Jeep. And the Tuffy stuff really isn't that crazy expensive. There are a couple of other rear cargo enclosure pieces that you can purchase that are going to be arguably just as secure as this one, but they're gonna be significantly more expensive. So I think with Tuffy you're getting a good deal and you're getting some great security. This piece is all about adding some lockable security area to your Jeep, or you otherwise wouldn't have any. This is gonna be 16-gauge steel, which makes it very tamper-resistant, you know.They say locks only keep out the honest people. So if somebody who had all the time and all the tools in the world, could they get into this? Yes. But could they get into anything else as well? Yes. This is going to keep out the vast majority of people who would otherwise very easily be able to get into your stuff and would take advantage of that. So this is gonna give you some really nice security. This provides 20,000 cubic inches of lockable cargo space. I know that's kind of hard to wrap your head around, but basically the entire area behind the front seats in your two-door or behind the backseats in your four-door is going to end up being a lockable space, and because this is the deluxe version, you can pop this lid off, set it in your garage, leave it at home.If you do need to carry something larger, of course, it's not going to be secure, but you can get this out of the way very easily if you do need to carry some larger items. This is gonna come in at just over $400. I do think that's going to be a pretty good deal for the security that you're adding onto your Jeep. If you don't have the need or the want for the deluxe version with the easily removable lid, you can go ahead and save yourself a couple of dollars, go with the standard version of the non-deluxe version. But as I alluded to before, there are rear security enclosures that are very similar to this one that are more expensive. So I think you're getting great security all at a very fair price. Now I'll have somebody show you how you get this installed in your Jeep.Man: Now that we have our seats folded down, we have everything cleaned out of the back, we're gonna begin the installation of our security box. This installation might seem a little daunting, but I guarantee you it's really not, a few simple hand tools and a little bit of know-how and you got this covered. Using a T30 Torx bit, we're gonna remove this tie-down hook that comes factory in your Jeep. And we're gonna slide in our brand new bracket, tucking it under the carpet and lining it up with this hole, and then reinstalling. But we're not gonna completely tighten it down yet until we have everything else installed, because it does have room for adjustment. Go ahead and slide it under your carpet, line it up with the new hole, reinstall your hardware.Once again, do not tighten this down yet, we're gonna have some adjustments to do. As you can see, our Jeep is equipped with the factory subwoofer. This kit will work with your factory subwoofer. We're just gonna loosen this one up to give ourselves a little bit more wiggle room to get this bracket in. Next, we're gonna go ahead and get in our first side panel. Now, this side panel does have the cutout for your factory subwoofer. If your vehicle does not have the factory subwoofer, there is a filler panel that goes here. To install this, we're just gonna tuck it here under our rail, slide it down, and we're gonna lock it in with a supplied carriage bolt and wing nut. The same process on the opposite side, just slide it under your rail, slide it down over, lock it in with the same carriage bolt.Next, we're gonna get in our back panel here. We're just gonna slide it in between our two panels. This is gonna be a snug fit, and we're just gonna secure it down with the same carriage bolts that came in the kit that matched the ones we just use holding on our side panels.Now that we have our three side panels in, we're gonna go ahead and tighten up those two Torx bolts that we removed earlier to install our brackets. Now we're gonna go ahead and get our lid installed on our security box. This is very simple, it comes with these plastic sliders, they're gonna slide right into the grooves. You wanna be careful, you don't wanna force anything, they will fit.Now that we have our lid installed, you wanna just go ahead, lift it up, make sure it hinges properly and it's not too tight. Bring it down, make sure it lines up with the slots, lock it down, push back on it, it's now locked. Now before you go and close your tailgate, you wanna make sure that your weatherstripping is installed on the back of it. Well, that's it. We've reached the end of our installation. I hope you enjoyed this video. You can go ahead, close your tailgate. Your stuff will be safely secured. And for more parts and videos like these, make sure you come visit us at extremeterrain.com.
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|Brand||Tuffy Security Products|
|Interior Storage Type||Cargo Area Storage|
Tuffy Security Products 326-01
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(approx) 2 Hours
Simple installation for anyone.
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On 2-Door models, the rear seat cannot be used when the entire deck enclosure is installed. The 2-Door rear seat still functions with the mounting brackets installed when the deck cover lid, front and side panels are removed. It functions with the OEM compartment cover, OEM Subwoofer and/or the Tuffy Cubby Cover Part# 143. On vehicles with the side mounted OEM Subwoofer an additional panel is included to fill that space. (Does not fit 2007-2010 Wranglers – see Part# 173-Security Deck Enclosure)