Interior Cargo Basket
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.00/5 Stars. (4 Reviews)
- Designed to maximize space in the rear cargo area. Mounts at the height of the rear seatbacks to allow for an unobstructed view when unloaded. There is about 22" from the floor to the bottom of the basket, enough room for a fridge with a slide.
- Bolt together assembly
- Coated in a 2 stage satin textured black powder coat
- Includes assembly and mounting hardware
- Includes tie-down points
- Requires two Rear Window MOLLE Panels to mount
- Second row seats will not recline.
- Made from .125" aluminum
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Q Z.Harper • 07/13/2020, 11:04:42 PM Is there a specific reason why you did not use the molle panel pattern on the floor of the interior cargo basket?
A 07/15/2020, 1:48:15 PM For cut time, weight, and strength reasons.
Q Ricardo Mesorana • 07/16/2020, 9:48:54 PM Are you able to recline the backseat?
A 07/21/2020, 11:32:11 AM No you cannot with this installed.
Q Alan • 07/23/2020, 8:43:53 PM How high up the MOLLE panel can the shelf be mounted? I have a dog crate I have to clear.
A 08/05/2020, 11:01:24 AM It would be possible to maybe get 26" of clearance under the basket, but you would have to do some customization and drilling on the basket and mounts.
Q Tony Dalo • 08/06/2020, 5:26:17 PM In the pictures, what are those mounts against the window? Also are they available for purchase in the 4th gen? Thanks
A 08/11/2020, 5:22:43 PM Sure are, part V4RRMP (https://www.victory4x4.com/product/V4RRMP.html)
Q Zen Mayhugh • 09/09/2020, 8:40:40 PM Can this be installed in a 4th gen 4runner?
A 09/14/2020, 3:57:08 PM We currently only offer this for the 5th gen. Look for updates on this product page, or on Facebook or Instagram @victory4x4
5.00/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
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Savana (Colorado) | August 25th, 2020
I looked at a handful of other cargo shelves and they only left room below the shelf for actual, decent storage (aka a drawer or fridge system) this one takes care of both needs! I strapped my sleeping bags to the top of it and I have drawers and my entire kitchen system under it. Great quality. Only complaint is that one bolt didnt fit perfectly into the trunk so there was a little bit of rattle but after some tweaking and wd40 its quiet.
Jason (TacticalBushcrafter) (California) | August 15th, 2020
I went back and forth on a few cargo shelf options before deciding to go with the Victory 4x4 shelf. I'm extremely pleased I decided to go with this one. Shipping times are accurate and acceptable (especially compared to some other companies). Fit and finish was very good and I had no issues with anything. Their install videos are helpful and easy to follow on all their products. I keep my loaded up full time and it works great. I'm also using a stretch net to keep everything strapped down and in place. Definitely recommend this product.
Chris Hatch (California) | March 26th, 2020
I installed this a couple of weeks ago, but just got to use it when we decided to bug out of urban areas and wait out the virus peak in a more isolated setting. I don’t have a roof rack, yet, and without this rack, there’s no way we could have fit all our essentials, mostly booze, our two cats, and both of us. The height is perfect. Everything we could want fit underneath and the shelf and it let us load lighter and softer things above without creating an unmanageable pile. It’s also quiet. You’d never know it’s back there. Unloaded visibility is also excellent and it’s never been in the way during mundane day to day activities. My only wish is that it were about 4 inches shallower so that the rear seats could still recline a bit. I may modify the shelves to accomplish this, it wouldn’t be hard, thanks to the intelligent use of 80/20 rails and hardware.
Chris Hatch (CA) | March 16th, 2020
This is just a review of the install of this shelf. I haven't had a chance to use it yet. Everything is very nicely powder coated and deburred, giving a quality feel. the 1/8" Aluminum is more than strong enough for the job; I wouldn't mind if it were a little thinner to cut down on weight just a bit. The instructions recommend sliding the nuts into the T-Rails first, then putting the screws into them through the panels. I prefer to screw the nuts loosely to the panels and then slide the T-Rail over them, but either works. The threaded holes on the T-Rails where partially filled with powered coat, but nothing that pre-threading the bolts into them before assembling the side couldn't take care of. The holes on the left and right sides of the basket are very tight. One set had a tolerance stack up between the edge T-Rail and the radius on the side piece was too tight. I got it together, but the side piece ended up slightly deforming. Otherwise everything went smoothly. Spare hardware was included, which is very welcome. The basket does prevent the rear seats from reclining. In fact, make sure that the seats are fully upright before you install the rack, otherwise you may not be able to fold the seats back up. Personally, I'd prefer a little less depth on the rack in exchange for a couple more inches of seat recline. Installed it looks great. One last thing, Imperial standard hardware is so 1800's. Grade so far, a solid B+ with a couple of easy fixes that could switch it to a solid A. More after I have a chance to actually use it.
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