Land Cruiser Rear Window MOLLE Panel | 100 Series Land Cruiser (98-07)
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 4.25/5 Stars. (4 Reviews)
Weight: 10 (lbs)
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Q Colby • 06/30/2020, 9:54:11 PM I have a custom roll cage. What are the dimensions of the panel? It may work with what I have but not certain.
A 07/01/2020, 10:08:43 AM Roughly 18 x 27
4.25/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
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Mike Dox (SLC, UT) | August 3rd, 2020
it installed on my 2005 LC without any major work. Yes, I drilled the holes as advised and then bolted it as directed and after a few months it's a solid platform to hang emergency items in the rear.
Brian (California) | March 29th, 2020
I was on the fence about purchasing a rear window MOLLE panel for my LX470 for months. I've used MOLLE systems in a number of applications before, but was hesitant about drilling into my rear trim. I was also concerned that the webbing would be difficult to route once the panel was installed. Long story short, I should have purchased this a long time ago. The fit and finish on this panel is fantastic. No burs, rough edges, or anything left to catch or snag on. The powdercoat looks very nice and should hold up to years of use. The video below does a great job walking you through the install and with everything mounted up you don't even notice the spacers. Also, there are no vibrations from this panel while driving, once installed, it is solid. The grid spacing is also very accommodating and easy to route the MOLLE straps through, even the heavy duty reinforced ones from GoRuck, 5.11, and Condor. I have pouches from each of them and they all fit nicely. My only regret is that I didn't buy both panels at the same time!
Emmanuel Hui (California) | March 18th, 2020
After spending some time and figuring how to mount it with small modifications, i now have me passenger side molle panel mounted. I am still waiting for victory to design another mounting bracket to match the driver side!
Emmanuel Hui (CA) | March 4th, 2020
*buyers beware* if you have an older 100 series (mine is 1999), you will not be able to mount this on the driver side. The new and older models have different handle bar orientations. This panel will work for handle bars that point downwards, NOT side ways. Additionally, you will need to make some slight modifications to the upper plastic trim. The mounting bracket does not have enough clearance around the plastic trim, you will need to dremel the corners of the plastic trim to accommodate for it. The panel and bracket is well made. R&D needs a little work before Victory4x4 can advertise it as 98-07 Land cruisers BOTH sides. Hopefully updates can be made too this soon and there will be options for both drop down and side ways mounting. Will update my review as soon as i get this bad boy mounted. Any specific questions? IG: @99cruiser
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