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Old 04-12-2012, 10:38 PM
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New Cargo organizer?

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Is that thing new? Never heard if it, just found it by accident. What do you all think? Looks good to me!

Cargo Organizer SuperCrew - For Use With or Without Subwoofer | The Official Site for Ford Custom Accessories


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Does that also fit the supercab or is that a supercrew thing only?
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The Scab's jack and funnel are under the passenger side rear seat. There may be another product out there for us.
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It's been available for a while now. Doesn't interest me (looks like a new noise/rattle generator depending on what you stow in it.
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Hey all!

Is that thing new? Never heard if it, just found it by accident. What do you all think? Looks good to me!

Cargo Organizer SuperCrew - For Use With or Without Subwoofer | The Official Site for Ford Custom Accessories


Flix, very similiar to the DU-HA products:
http://www.du-ha.com/20075_20076_200...079_20080.html

I've heard good things about them. Not sure about the factory offering though.
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You can get this on Ford's accessory website (www.accessories.ford.com). And yes, you can get this for the Supercab as well along with other nice goodies!
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Various versions have been around for awhile. It's a nice idea but is way overpriced for what you get. I could build my own version for considerably less, would be carpet lined to avoid rattling, and would also knock down flat so it could be stowed out of the way if one needed the entire floor space when the seats are up.
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Various versions have been around for awhile. It's a nice idea but is way overpriced for what you get. I could build my own version for considerably less, would be carpet lined to avoid rattling, and would also knock down flat so it could be stowed out of the way if one needed the entire floor space when the seats are up.
Yeah, I actually thought about that. Where would I get matching carpet though ...
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Yeah, I actually thought about that. Where would I get matching carpet though ...
If you can't get it from Ford, consider using a contrasting color, such as dark gray against a light gray floor and seat.
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I've looked at those before. The problem is that my tool bags are too big to stuff under the seats regardless of the presence of one of those. I'm thinking about getting the legs to raise the rear seats up first and figuring it out from there.
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Legs to raise the rear seats?
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I've looked at those before. The problem is that my tool bags are too big to stuff under the seats regardless of the presence of one of those. I'm thinking about getting the legs to raise the rear seats up first and figuring it out from there.
If all you want to store are tools, you might consider a cap like my Leer 100RCC with tool boxes on the sides(A.R.E. also makes a similar one). You can get them with just one large box, the box with a shelf, or the self with dividers. You can different configurations on each side, including a tool box on just one side.
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If all you want to store are tools, you might consider a cap like my Leer 100RCC with tool boxes on the sides(A.R.E. also makes a similar one). You can get them with just one large box, the box with a shelf, or the self with dividers. You can different configurations on each side, including a tool box on just one side.
Thanks for the advice. I only have three bags that I carry, so it isn't that many. It's just that the bags a a shade taller than the seat can clear.
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