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    Default The Trail Can Utility Box

    NOTE: I am neither recommending or do I have any connection, just for your consideration only...

    The Trail Can Utility Box

    http://www.roadlessgear.com/Merchant...PROD/T/RP86619

    Let's face it, there just never seems to be enough storage space in your vehicle. Unless you count those loose tools you have rolling around under your seat. When you need them, you spend more time looking for them and cleaning the dirt/soda/rust off of them then you do using them. That's if you can even find them at all!

    Maybe you have enough space to stow a tool box in the back somewhere. This is better - but usually you end up with a ton of other stuff on top of it so you're still digging to get at your tools. And unless you lash it down you run the risk of that thing floating around the cabin and slamming into your head in the event of a rollover. Big heavy items inside the cab with you are dangerous.

    Here is the solution to all of your problems: The "Trail Can" utility tool box! It looks like a 5 gallon "gerry can". It's even the same size as a gas can so that it attaches to any rack you might already have on your bumper or tire rack. But it's actually a storage container - with very cool features to make organizing and getting at your tools fast and safe! Just check this out...

    Locking lid to secure the contents
    Lift out tool/tote tray
    To removable drawers so you can carry the tools to the problem
    Screw driver storage slots
    Non-slip soft liners included!
    Heavy duty steel construction
    Powder coated finish for long lasting good looks
    Fits five gallon jerry can mounts. Perfect if you have a dual gas can rack on your vehicle. Have 5 gallons of gas on one side, and all of your tools (or anything you need to store) on the other!
    "Trail Can" dimensions are 18"x13"x6"
    Patent Pending technology
    Great gift idea! Order yours today and be the first in your group of friends to show off this innovative invention.

    Only $119.00
    Don

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    Thats pretty cool. Cant afford it but very cool.

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    Looks like another thing to set in your garage and collect dust to me!
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    Yeah it probably would but its still pretty cool.

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    Interesting concept, I think it would have worked great when I had my TJ with the double Jerry Can holder/tire carrier.
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    If its NOT waterproof, then put in on the back of your jeep full of tools, u joints etc and in a year or so have a rusted out box that cost $119 + shipping. I will pass...
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    Quadratec has it for $99+shipping. I ordered one, the end of January and it just shipped today! Back-Order!
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    Cool idea, but as Don said, if it's not waterproof, it's not worth it.

    I use old ammo boxes for parts like U-joints and stuff. Easy to strap down, and waterproof/dustproof.

    My CJ leaks no matter what, the hardtop is worse than the YJ soft top! I've had some rusty tools!

    The XJ is much better, and all my parts and tools store under the 'bed' platform. Easy to get at, yet won't come and wack me in the head in case of roll/flop/sudden stop!


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    Quote Originally Posted by santos4738 View Post
    Quadratec has it for $99+shipping. I ordered one, the end of January and it just shipped today! Back-Order!
    OK man, you opened your mouth now its time or will be later to provide your buds on here a report. Likes, dislikes, waterproof, ease of use, band for buck etc...I will be LOOKING forward to your report in about 3-6 mo's...
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