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Love the idea of wood! Skip the hand stitching with the industrial stapler! LOVE IT!!!~Jen
My 2004 Toyota 4Runner has a cargo shelf. Flip two latches, lift it up and push back, and then latch it into place. About 8 inches of space, underneath, if I recall correctly, so maybe not enough for groceries, but works well for a lot of things. And, since I almost always have a moving blanket in the back of the car, I'm not as worried about "dirty" things.
Could you please post more photos of step three? Also I am confused as to how the tea cup hooks are strong enough to hold much weight. My car has leather not carpet so I am concerned about tearing it up with the hooks. I tossed an old refrigerator that wasn't working and kept all of the wire shelves and plastic drawers. I'm wondering if some of those might work for repurposing.
My first Chevy Equinox in 2005 had something similar, it laid flat in the cargo area, and flipped for two sides - one side carpeted to match interior, the other side hard plastic (which matched interior) so that yo could put wet things, etc on it and it wouldn't damage carpet. You could fit it in - I forget exactly how, with either side up, and it allowed you to store underneath (unseen) and on top! When I bought in 2008, it wasn't there! I think now you have an option for it!
Love this idea! We used wood and wooden legs to hold the weight of our 20lb jogger stroller. It turned out awesome! I actually have enough space to put groceries. I don't feel like I'm wasting space with my huge stroller anymore. Thank you!
Your kryptonite is cool. We are trying to make Superman so we can make kryptonite and we are trying to look up Superman's DNA and powers.
This is a pretty excellent storage shelf! I wonder why the car manufacturers haven't come up with anything like this on their own. Thanks for sharing your idea mate.
I LOVE this idea, and can't wait to try it. I may try a variation and divide the shelf. I often just put one side down flat. But i think you could do this with two legs on one side and one on the other/shorter side?
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