- Self Locking Anti Roll Back System
- Side Storage Compartments
As you probably know, storage space in an off-road vehicle is minimal at best. You’d be lucky to get all your gear in the back of that thing! These vehicles were simply not built to haul things around. They’re optimised for patrolling the tough bush and rugged terrains. Since you’d probably like to do more of that instead of figuring out a way of how to transport your gear, it’s in your best interest find ways to add a bit of extra space to your rear compartment. 4wd Cargo Draws Rear Storage Systems do just that, and if you’re going on an extended trip, the additional space will come in handy.In order to maximise the space you’ve got in the rear of the vehicle, an extra drawer is a good thing to have. These drawers can hold smaller items so they won’t tumble around the interior while the car is in motion; furthermore, many of these drawers are low-profile, and are made to slide effortlessly into the gap below the rear seats. Many of these 4wd Cargo Draws Rear Storage Systems extend all the way to the tailgate, allowing you to put as much in them as you can.
Storage boxes and cages provide vertical storage space instead of horizontal. These work well for larger items that may fall if stacked on top of each other loosely. Cages keep bulky items secure, and storage boxes keep items out of sight for added security. Security is at a premium in off-road vehicles, since they’re not always equipped with the best security features. Being able to lock your valuables away gives you the protection your items need. 4wd Cargo Draws Rear Storage Systems that feature secure cages and boxes, which are ideal for hiking, hunting and fishing.
4wd Cargo Draws Rear Storage Systems are the ideal fit for your off-road vehicle. Maximising the space you have is of the utmost importance, and these storage systems make use of your limited space by expanding the amount of cargo you can carry. Smaller items work better in flat drawers that cover the entire rear floor of the vehicle, while larger, bulkier items are best secured in a box or cage structure. Either way, the primary objective is to keep where you store your gear from becoming a problem so you enjoy more of your off-road excursion.