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This is a discussion on my DIY Molle Racks within the Personal Protection, Gear, Mods, Accessories forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; So I wanted to get some molle racks to go over my windows for some gear storage but , they were either to expensive and ...

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    my DIY Molle Racks

    So I wanted to get some molle racks to go over my windows for some gear storage but , they were either to expensive and didnt fit like I wanted , or just didnt fit , Soo... I hunted down a used wall grid with 3x3 squares and proceeded to make my own rack. I fabricated and installed one friday , welded up the other one yesterday and will be installing it today. here are a couple photos of what it looks like.
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    any thoughts? or comments? id love to hear some feedback
    happy new year everyone
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    Good thinking, Jon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    Good thinking, Jon!
    Thank you denton , I wanted a bit more storage for all my gear so when my boy and i go camping were not moving gear all over the place to sleep
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_A&P_IA View Post
    So I wanted to get some molle racks to go over my windows for some gear storage but , they were either to expensive and didnt fit like I wanted , or just didnt fit , Soo... I hunted down a used wall grid with 3x3 squares and proceeded to make my own rack. I fabricated and installed one friday , welded up the other one yesterday and will be installing it today. here are a couple photos of what it looks like.
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    any thoughts? or comments? id love to hear some feedback
    happy new year everyone
    AWESOME! Great idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    AWESOME! Great idea.
    thank you Slippy, Ill post more pics throughout the day, Im going out to go install the second one, and start putting my molle gear up onto it
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    Look great and functional at a DIY price. What more can you ask for!
    I really want one of these!Hidden Content

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    Quote Originally Posted by paraquack View Post
    Look great and functional at a DIY price. What more can you ask for!
    Right LOL. I had been wanting to do this for a while. and I finally got motivated to just go do it.
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