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Here is an under seat storage option that is inexpensive, rugged, flexible and just plane works.
Here is what I used and what I did:
1. Purchase 3) Commander XL bins size 8.6 x 12.3 x 16.4 from The Home Depot (currently less than $10.00 each). See photo 1 and 2.

2. Purchase Velcro Extreme Outdoor All Weather /Rough Surface Self Adhesive Tabs/strips.

3. I used Velcro corner blocks that were left over from other vehicles. See photo 3.

4.Connect all three bins together with Velcro tabs at the top center of the bin. This will semi-attach the bins together so as to be stable when connected and still separable should you need to remove a bin. See photo 4.

5. I used left over corner blocks to keep the bins pinned to the rear of the vehicle but you could use the rough side of the Velcro strips on the bottom of the bins to keep them anchored. The bins should be held to the rear of the vehicle. Should the bins move forward, the seats will not return to the seated position properly. See photo 5.

6. This adds lots of storage at a reasonable price.
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Here is an under seat storage option that is inexpensive, rugged, flexible and just plane works.
Here is what I used and what I did:
1. Purchase 3) Commander XL bins size 8.6 x 12.3 x 16.4 from The Home Depot (currently less than $10.00 each). See photo 1 and 2.

2. Purchase Velcro Extreme Outdoor All Weather /Rough Surface Self Adhesive Tabs/strips.

3. I used Velcro corner blocks that were left over from other vehicles. See photo 3.

4.Connect all three bins together with Velcro tabs at the top center of the bin. This will semi-attach the bins together so as to be stable when connected and still separable should you need to remove a bin. See photo 4.

5. I used left over corner blocks to keep the bins pinned to the rear of the vehicle but you could use the rough side of the Velcro strips on the bottom of the bins to keep them anchored. The bins should be held to the rear of the vehicle. Should the bins move forward, the seats will not return to the seated position properly. See photo 5.

6. This adds lots of storage at a reasonable price. View attachment 412851 View attachment 412859 View attachment 412861 View attachment 412862 View attachment 412863 View attachment 412864 View attachment 412851
Here is an under seat storage option that is inexpensive, rugged, flexible and just plane works.
Here is what I used and what I did:
1. Purchase 3) Commander XL bins size 8.6 x 12.3 x 16.4 from The Home Depot (currently less than $10.00 each). See photo 1 and 2.

2. Purchase Velcro Extreme Outdoor All Weather /Rough Surface Self Adhesive Tabs/strips.

3. I used Velcro corner blocks that were left over from other vehicles. See photo 3.

4.Connect all three bins together with Velcro tabs at the top center of the bin. This will semi-attach the bins together so as to be stable when connected and still separable should you need to remove a bin. See photo 4.

5. I used left over corner blocks to keep the bins pinned to the rear of the vehicle but you could use the rough side of the Velcro strips on the bottom of the bins to keep them anchored. The bins should be held to the rear of the vehicle. Should the bins move forward, the seats will not return to the seated position properly. See photo 5.

6. This adds lots of storage at a reasonable price. View attachment 412851 View attachment 412859 View attachment 412861 View attachment 412862 View attachment 412863 View attachment 412864 View attachment 412851
Put a HPD sticker on it and sell it for $900.
 

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could you provide a name or link for those corner plastic bracket/velcro thingie-ma-boppers that hold everything in place please.
 

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That's fantastic. May I ask, where did you get the garbage container?
I have the smaller trash can in one Ridgeline and the larger trash can in another Ridgeline and like both. Thelarger comes with a removable liner. The smaller leaves more legroom.
 

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could you provide a name or link for those corner plastic bracket/velcro thingie-ma-boppers that hold everything in place please.
Thanks for asking about the thingie-ma-bobbers! Mine are left overs from previous Volkswagen trunk organizers and they are called Gorilla Gear. However, the ones pictured look very similar and are on Amazon.
 

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Thanks for asking about the thingie-ma-bobbers! Mine are left overs from previous Volkswagen trunk organizers and they are called Gorilla Gear. However, the ones pictured look very similar and are on Amazon.
TY. Looks good. I knew you would understand my highly technical speech, LOL.
 

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Great idea! I'm thinking of getting the Du-Ha storage box from 4wheelonline. A little pricey but it is custom designed to fit nicely under the rear seat.
 

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Looks good! I already had Weathertech floor liner, so ended up getting their under seat storage.

Nice idea though - when looking at options, didnt think about those black heavy duty bins. That blends in well under the seat
 
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