New Molle Strap Survival/First Aid Kit for BL

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Too much bulk for me to put on the back of the seat like that. If I go with the Ford tailgate table, I'll strap one to the MOLLE on the table.
Edit: I do agree, everyone should carry some basic medical supplies and learn to use basic emergency first aid.
 

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Too much bulk for me to put on the back of the seat like that. If I go with the Ford tailgate table, I'll strap one to the MOLLE on the table.
There's a grid you can get without the table, but I haven't seen anyone with it yet
 

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Always been a big proponent of the molle system in general since owning several Goruck type bags. Although I think everyone should have a medic pouch in each car they own, I would definitely NOT mount it to the back of a car seat. It’s a little too visible to the outside and I’d worry about making it look like a tantalizing smash and grab opportunity for some random jerk.

I think it’d be much more safe and out of the way mounted in the trunk or on the tailgate.
 

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There's a grid you can get without the table, but I haven't seen anyone with it yet
I've seen pictures of it installed, I'd rather have the table... but if the table also has MOLLE, it serves 2 purposes.
 

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And why is there not a link to this?!
Sorry. Had to rush out, in bronco, to pick my son up from school. Link below. Plus a pic of what kit looks like on amazon.

Note, this kit is already outside of the vehicle with my other gear not storing onboard i.e. F55 recovery gear, my tool kit etc. Im simply showing what it looks like mounted on the seatback. It mounts easy and looks good. Since I dont have the rear molle system bc everyone else bought all of them...this is where it goes. For now. If small kids no big deal. If 6ft 2inch tall, not terrible bc its small and centered but getting in and out yes no fun but still room to move your knee through the floorbay and mildly hit it. Good little kit

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07BC66HQ1?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title

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See pics. Survival kit just arrived. Combination of first aid and some primitive survival EQ. Mounts to back of seats using molle straps. You never know when you might need this stuff..hopefully never. Nonetheless IMO every bronco should come with one of these safety kits.

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I have a similar system but am curious will your back seat fold down with kit insatalled?
 
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I have a similar system but am curious will your back seat fold down with kit insatalled?
If mounted to the molle system = NO

If mounted through the elastic line under the molle system = YES

*It might look bulky but its actually pretty compact (camera adds 2lbs lol).
 

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If mounted to the molle system = NO

If mounted through the elastic line under the molle system = YES

*It might look bulky but its actually pretty compact (camera adds 2lbs lol).
Thanks, our seats will mostly be down or possibly removed. I most likely will mount it to the the mole enclosure system I mount in the back.
 
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Thanks, our seats will mostly be down or possibly removed. I most likely will mount it to the the mole enclosure system I mount in the back.
Honestly if 4 people in the cabin and no rear molle system installed yet, it will just go in the cargo bay pile with other gear.
 
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