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Velociraptor Build
Please share with the community what you've done to your truck and anything else you've learned getting there.
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BellyDoc
Baja Champ
Baja Champ


Joined: Dec 04, 2007
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 6:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Velociraptor Build Reply with quote

Notice that your model rides second seat. Wink

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az4runner wrote:
glideraz wrote:
if I where you I would just get some jb weld
Is jb weld really as strong as if I just welded them on with my welder?

glideraz wrote:
Could be stronger it all depends on how you weld
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Velociraptor
Trail Runner
Trail Runner


Joined: Nov 02, 2013
Posts: 483
Location: Tucson, AZ

PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 5:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Velociraptor Build Reply with quote

So I finally finished my rear cargo setup with help from my stepdad. It is modeled after @pfunk 's setup which I saw when he came to pickup some FJ stuff I sold him.

I keep my recovery gear in the drawer, space on the bottom for a folding camp table, hiking poles and table legs, and an Indel B Travel Box TB51a mounted on a Tembo Tusk fridge slide. The drawer has room for a couple of cutting boards above its main contents. I installed a diamond plate rubber flooring on top of the drawer with aluminum tie down rails and adjustable tie down studs. The upper container is a Front Runner Wolf Pack for dry foods and gear secured to the drawer cabinet with Front Runner Stratchits. The Wolf Pack is also useful for holding grocery bags since this rig is my daily driver.

I am slowly prepping for overland camping but I have a long way to go before I get there. I don't want to hassle with a RTT on my FJ but it is a more viable solution on a camping trailer.






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