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Old June 21st, 2013, 07:46 AM
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Anyone have a clever storage solution in a 110 for their bottle jack...?

Say you don't want to litter up the cargo area AND don't want to put it in the battery box....so a flat on the road would be fast:

Looking for clever ideas sort of like using quick fists to the cage components...
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Say you don't want to litter up the cargo area AND don't want to put it in the battery box....so a flat on the road would be fast:

Looking for clever ideas sort of like using quick fists to the cage components...
I would not want that item loose in the cabin in a rollover. passenger seat box is best place. if not, safely attach them to something under a middle row seat.

it doesnt take any time to pull it out of the passenger seat box.
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What about a bike's waterbottle holder bolted somewhere, then a bungee cord, etc to further secure it?
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Old June 21st, 2013, 01:24 PM
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What about a bike's waterbottle holder bolted somewhere, then a bungee cord, etc to further secure it?
If its the same dimension as the one in my Fathers truck then a bike bottle holder will not be strong enough. Its way more mass then a water would ever be.
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Old June 21st, 2013, 02:06 PM
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What about a 109 type wheel well locker?

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Picture? And, I am thinking cheap/simple. Part of me is thinking quick fist small to cage and big to bottle and connect the two...

I have jump seats in the back.

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If you want cheap and simple, then just put it where it was intended?
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Bet one of these would work.
http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ht=quick+mount
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Old June 21st, 2013, 04:19 PM
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Thanks. Much more clear now...the jump seats prevent that...and I don't feel like doing major surgery on the side of the truck...will just use the passenger box I suppose.

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I am in for "1" so far..., I could see 2....thank you.


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