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Need to get it in the woods at the DBBB. I'll join you!!

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Started playing withe the cargo area. Put the ARB 50L Classic II fridge freezer in there and it fits great even with the rear seat reclined.

A low profile enough fridge slide might even be able to slide it out the rear gate, without popping the top.

The little cubbyhole near the 12v also seems like it would be a good place for a custom fit Lithium battery power system.

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Added a Velocirax 412 with their drop / extend adapter and went MTB'ing today. The adapter is necessary for it to clear the spare and camera with Sasquatch. The rear gate cannot swing open with this setup, but I got it for ease of loading and unloading all the bikes, as opposed to access to the rear cargo area.

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Added the BuiltRight front plate mount for the modular bumper. Really wish my state would just drop this requirement, though.

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Installed the Outback Adventure Products Trailgater last weekend. This is one of the most well thought-out pieces of gear I think I've ever installed on a vehicle. Really well made, and the instructions provided were some of the best I've seen. The tailgate table on my Jeep was one of my most favorite modifications to that vehicle, and with the Bronco's wide-opening rear gate, this is an even more useful addition. You really get a lot of usable space on the table, and yet you still have wide open access to the cargo area.

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Looks great Rick! Can't wait to see you take it out on the trails!
 

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Very nice Rick. Have been looking at the Goose Gear table,,, need to check this one out too.
 
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Very nice Rick. Have been looking at the Goose Gear table,,, need to check this one out too.
I originally looked at the Goose table (which requires drilling the gate), but the Outback Adventures Trailgater installs without drilling the gate--they use nylon blind nuts very similar to the tailgate table I had on my Jeep, and those were plenty stout for what I put it through.

I would get the Trailgater, I can confidently recommend this thing. Extremely well built and fantastic instructions, food grade stainless surface, bamboo cutting board, and a magnetic rail at the top for placing cutting knives (which the Goose also lacks). The Trailgater has the same ability to adjust the installed leveled position of the table. This is the one to get. It is worth the price.
 

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I originally looked at the Goose table (which requires drilling the gate), but the Outback Adventures Trailgater installs without drilling the gate--they use nylon blind nuts very similar to the tailgate table I had on my Jeep, and those were plenty stout for what I put it through.

I would get the Trailgater, I can confidently recommend this thing. Extremely well built and fantastic instructions, food grade stainless surface, bamboo cutting board, and a magnetic rail at the top for placing cutting knives (which the Goose also lacks). The Trailgater has the same ability to adjust the installed leveled position of the table. This is the one to get. It is worth the price.

Sounds good. I'll put it on my list. Like the idea of no drill. Does it make a bunch of racket or is it quiet going down the road?
 

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Sounds good. I'll put it on my list. Like the idea of no drill. Does it make a bunch of racket or is it quiet going down the road?
It's totally quiet as far as I can tell. I have heard no rattles. Everything fits together snugly.
 

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I originally looked at the Goose table (which requires drilling the gate), but the Outback Adventures Trailgater installs without drilling the gate--they use nylon blind nuts very similar to the tailgate table I had on my Jeep, and those were plenty stout for what I put it through.

I would get the Trailgater, I can confidently recommend this thing. Extremely well built and fantastic instructions, food grade stainless surface, bamboo cutting board, and a magnetic rail at the top for placing cutting knives (which the Goose also lacks). The Trailgater has the same ability to adjust the installed leveled position of the table. This is the one to get. It is worth the price.
Coming from another Rick. I totally concur. I purchased this table a couple of months ago and have used it several times. No drilling. Easy Install. No rattles. Very sturdy. Only thing to be aware of is to make sure the cutting board is completely centered when pushing the table back up or it won't latch properly.

On another note. What size ARB fridge is that Rick

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Coming from another Rick. I totally concur. I purchased this table a couple of months ago and have used it several times. No drilling. Easy Install. No rattles. Very sturdy. Only thing to be aware of is to make sure the cutting board is completely centered when pushing the table back up or it won't latch properly.

On another note. What size ARB fridge is that Rick

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Nice to meet you Rick 😄

The fridge is the ARB Classic II 50 qt. Fits perfect in the 4-door cargo area even with the rear seats reclined fully. I strapped it down to the anchors with some Rok Straps.

It matches the height of the rear swing gate opening almost exactly. I bet that if you replaced the cargo floor with one of those plate systems and used a low-profile fridge slide, it would slide out the rear gate and clear the soft top without even popping the top up...
 

 
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