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Jeep Wrangler Storage Solution – Vector OffRoad GGB



I’ve been in need of some extra storage in my Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon for a while now, with my 12 volt cooler, tools, recovery gear, camera gear and everything else I take with me out on the trail, I just don’t have enough space. So in this video I show you the Vector OffRoad GGB storage shelf and share with you how easy it is to just bolt on. #overlanding #jeepwrangler

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Vector OffRoad GGB (Grocery Getter Basket) Spec:

Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

The Vector Offroad JKU GGB practically doubles the usable space in the rear cargo area. It’s a must for overlanding, campers, or serious grocery getters! This high strength solution is a perfect place to put camping gear for your next adventure. The JKU GGB standard finish is black wrinkle powder coat and Dark Hammer Gray upper mounting components as pictured.

The JKU GGB provides the following benefits:

Mounting hole patterns cut into the platform for RotoPax Water/Fuel/Storage mounts.
The platform can hold up to two 4-gallon RotoPax containers on the underside of the deck.
High Strength Steel Construction, weight tested to 230 lbs without failure.
Bolt-on installation, requires no permanent modifications to the vehicle.
Standard finish – black wrinkle powder coat.
Multiple lashing points for straps and/or cargo nets.
Included quick release wing nut set allows easy removal of the main platform deck without the use of tools.
Wing nuts allow for quick removal if you need to transport large items in the back of your rig from time to time.
Approximately 24 1/2″ clearance from the floor to the bottom of the platform.
Fits: 2007-2018 Jeep JKU Wrangler 4 door Hard Top or No Top only
It’s install with quick release wing nuts, so you can pull the shelf out easily if needed
Excellent instructions
Made here in the US

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TrailRecon assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of TrailRecon, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not TrailRecon. This video is solely for entertainment purposes only.

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  1. This is really cool. We just carry out two dogs in the back with Safari straps. Wonder if there is a way to raise this up to just give some extra clearance for the dogs.

  2. Shame they don't make this for a 2-door JK. I'd buy one in a heartbeat. I run my 2015 JK without a back seat and this would seriously come in handy for travel.

  3. Is a little pricey but seems like a great product and looks to be well designed and quality built! Thanks for the video and as always the amazing quality content!

  4. As for upgrading to a fridge, have you looked into the newest from ARB, I think it’s called Elements…it’s the all weather beast. Looks like a champ. Food for thought

  5. Not being funny but wouldnt it be better to get like a golf r economical, reliable, not filled with stuff, easier to park, more comfortable, quicker and just generally better for shopping

  6. the WORST method for storage in a jeep (or any vehicle) its to use boxes/drawers !!! they take too much space AND weight for the what they actually can carry/store in them

  7. If you're noticing the cooler isn't cutting it for you it might be because you have the fan facing in where it can't breathe. If you flip it 180 so the fan is facing your tailgate you might have better luck. I've used mine for several multi-day to week long trips.

  8. Brad so everyone has commented on how much it cost but i haven't yet seen what discount price you paid for it if you paid for it at all for the review. enlighten all of us just for curiosity sake.

  9. Hello, nice review! I have the rear seat recline modification. Do you think this Vector basket will have enough room with this mod? How much space is there on your Jeep between the rear seat headrests and the Vector basket? Thanks! E

  10. With so many expensive mods I am wondering what auto insurance you have and if you know if you need a rider to cover it? State Farm told me no need unless I add a huge amount of things,, many thousands, but they must be permanently attached or bolted to be covered. AAA said they don’t even cover accessories.

  11. to many nice racks out there for a lot less money and I don't like how this one is open on back heck even the Teraflex is only 300 bucks and Rustys offroad makes a nice one for around 290.00

  12. You don't have to buy anything! We built a 42"wX24"dX17"h storage compartment anchored to the seat belt hold downs with metal straps.. 10cf accessible through tailgate.. 3/4" panels are held to the box with a speed nut, sleeps one or 2.. clips into the box edge and behind the seats pushed fully fwd. Voila! zzzzzzzzzz

  13. Hey mate, looks great! I was wondering if it was possible. Could you please measure the shelf from the floor to the lowest point on the shelf when raised on the highest setting? Looking to fit this in my rig and my fridge is 24.5" tall. Cheers!

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