Goose Gear Cubbies? Yea or Nay?

Vanhalo

Member
Just ordered the GG platform plate for my JKU.
Considering the Cubbies but I am not certain how useful they are.
Do they scratch the cosmetic itch or do you find them useful?
 

Vanhalo

Member
I bought some baltic birch to use as a template. I may sell the GG platform when i get it. Depends on how well my fridge mount works with it.
 

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Explorer, Overland Certified OC0020
Depending on the year of your Jeep you might need to remove the stock side plastic. When you do this you will have exposed metal and a lack of carpet on Jeeps 2011-newer. The side cubbies will cover this bare metal/unfinished look. If you have a 2007-2010 your fully carpeted fenders will look fine. As far as storage goes. I store a complete rain jacket/pants, wool underwear top and bottom, puffy jacket and a wool hat in one of the cubbies. The other side has a 2” tall Sea to Summit inflatable mattress, extra large microfiber towel, several shower pouches and room for more. Unless you are an avid woodworker and have access to a good guy deal at LineX. You would be hard pressed to build the baseplate for less money. If you count your time as money.

just my 2 cents.

Check my Instagram for Jeep shots if you need ideas

Justin
 

ccperkdog

New member
You can trim the plastic side panels with a dremel. Go slow, use tape, trim and test fit, trim again. I chose this route for cost and also I liked the look of just the full floor platform.

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