Thursday, September 10, 2015

Wrangler Trunk Storage Bags

Last week after reading more in my Jeep Wrangler owner's manual, I began to grow a little concerned for the weight I have been adding to my Jeep. I have added an aftermarket front and rear bumper, and rock sliders. These additions account for about 300 pounds extra in my Jeep.  I would also like to add additional armor to the undercarriage of my Jeep for more protection, but this means more weight to the Jeep. 

With concern for the weight in and on my Jeep... -- Some folks
tell me a couple hundred pounds over the correct load limit shouldn't be a big deal for a Jeep Wrangler, especially a Rubicon -- ...but I decided to take out my Tuffy Storage Trunk anyway. It is made of 16 gauge steel and is quite heavy.  

As I was looking around for other storage alternatives, I realized that these other possibilities were very pricey -- too much for my budget. I wasn't ready to spend hundreds of dollars for a Jeep storage unit. Nor did I have a need for a storage unit to be permanent or heavy. 

I still use my Jeep as my daily driver and my needs for the trunk can change from week to week, even day to day. My Jeep can be a "Grocery Getter" one minute then a "Soccer Mom" vehicle the next. Then it is my off-road trail cruncher over the weekend. So my Jeep trunk needs to be versatile in the storage department .   

During this whole process the stars seemed to line up for me. Red Kitty Industries contacted me about their Jeep storage bags. They sent me out the RightLine Jeep Trunk Storage Bag for review.

I received the Storage Bag quickly and immediately installed
the bag. It was a perfect fit for me, and it is reasonably priced. Compared to other storage units out there this price works perfect for my kind of budget. 


Now, I'm looking at the Jeep Side Storage Bag. It looks like a great fit for my first aid kit and other "mommy" necessities to fit in my Jeep -- Sunscreen, bug spray, wet wipes... the list goes on.  

      - Simple Living! - Enjoying Life! - The Jeep Life! -

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