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Old 01-08-2013, 06:54 PM   #1
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i noticed my xj has alot of room so i made this, it folts in half has hinges and support underneath, also makes a nice bucket for cargo when folded

im 6 foot and there is more then enough room for 2

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Old 01-09-2013, 07:59 AM   #2
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YOu store a battery and fuell on what you are going to set your sleeping gear on
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I'm 6'1" and I can't fit in the back comfortably without flipping the seats around.
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Soon enough your headliner will even be a blanket!
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Lol i need to pull the headliner, i built a jerry can holder fuel will no longer be inside
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Looks great, i was thinking of something similar for a hunting bunk. Thx for posting up!!
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I did something similar with our old '92 Cherokee. You would have to take
out the back seat completely and I put the platform on PVC "stilts". Enough to put boxes underneath for camping, first-aid, tools, gear, etc.
Each end had hinges -- when sleeping you would put the front seats all the way forward and get enough room to sleep. I also made it with hinged rear with liftgate up. My wife made a little tent-like thing that we
would use if it was wet out or needed to change clothes.
It worked out very well. I kept it and now waiting to purchase another XJ.
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head crack issue ........... Randy from Oceanside, CA
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