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Old 03-17-2020, 08:46 AM   #1
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OVERLANDGEARGUY, CCV high top Front storage solution

Hello all. I have the CCV high top on my van, which I love. I love the extra fron storage but things fall out when driving. I worked with Rob at overlandgearguy.com to develop a brilliant solution. We talked about a cargo net and Rob had the brilliant idea to make a "cargo cover" with storage. The result is a super high quality cover with a ton of storage in the front. It has 3 quick clips on the lower edge, before you raise the top, you unclip it and it raises with the top. Really great solution which adds a ton of great storage in the front of the CCV. Message Rob at overlandgearguy.com for yours.

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Old 03-17-2020, 09:15 AM   #2
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OVERLANDGEARGUY, CCV high top Front storage solution

Hey, that’s a pretty nice solution. I built a short stub wall to house all the electronics up there which also holds things in place. We’ve been storing our clothes in packing cubes along with a few short bins for misc stuff. This system might not work for for me, but gives me some ideas for them to make a recessed bin system. Can we see a few pics of it raised, thanks!
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Old 03-17-2020, 02:42 PM   #3
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Hello all. I have the CCV high top on my van, which I love. I love the extra fron storage but things fall out when driving. I worked with Rob at overlandgearguy.com to develop a brilliant solution. We talked about a cargo net and Rob had the brilliant idea to make a "cargo cover" with storage. The result is a super high quality cover with a ton of storage in the front. It has 3 quick clips on the lower edge, before you raise the top, you unclip it and it raises with the top. Really great solution which adds a ton of great storage in the front of the CCV. Message Rob at overlandgearguy.com for yours.

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Thank you Fernando, much appreciated

I think it looks great in your van
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Great Idea... I gotta have one. Are the 3 bottom clips you mentioned attached to the bottom bar? Also, I see that you can store a road atlas in it. How many road atlases will this hold?
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Great Idea... I gotta have one. Are the 3 bottom clips you mentioned attached to the bottom bar? Also, I see that you can store a road atlas in it. How many road atlases will this hold?

The clips attach to the wood frame below the bottom bar with screws. It will easily hold 4-6 atlases I suspect. 2-2 in each side. Contact Rob at overlandgearguy.com
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Thanks... Contacting Rob now.
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I just told my wife to put this on my birthday list!
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I just told my wife to put this on my birthday list!
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