– Denier 1000 nylon fabric
– Heavy Duty 'hook' velcro
– MOLLE spec pattern
– Industrial bartack stitching
– Elastic row for easy storage
– 2 Large (8” x 15.5”)
– 2 Medium (4” x 15.5”)
– 2 Small (2.5” x 9”) Tech Panel
– 8 Elastic Tech Panel Clips
– 5 Locking Carabiners
NOTE: We recommend that you confirm that the surface that you plan to mount to will stick to velcro. To do this, simply test it with something that you already have. Many jackets, gloves, etc have hook velcro. The seat bottoms of Ford, Dodge and GM trucks are confirmed to be compatible.
Engineering & Manufacturing
BuiltRight Tech Panels provide mounting locations for all kinds of pouches, clips, straps and gear and attach securely to any carpet surface that velcro will stick to.
It is not often that you order from a new company and they beat all of your expectations. Not only was the ordered handled in an expeditious fashion but the product is very quality and grips extremely well to the under side of the seats in my new truck. I quickly started to find other uses for this product due to the flexibility of being able to quickly remove a set of pouches that are mission specific. I am looking forward to ordering more from Builtright Industries.
The item functions as described. It also seems to be made well. I would advise taking your mounting service into consideration. I put small ratchet straps in a molle bag. That weight causes my mounting surface to sag and isn’t the desired result I wanted. This isn’t a problem with the product as much as it is my expectations.
I bought these pack looking for a storage/organization system for my F-150. I wanted something velcro so I could keep my small items out of site yet accessible without needing to dig around in a pouch or box. This system is perfect! Not only did I throw some of the Tech Panels under my rear seats, but I put on in the bed of the truck too. I have a camper top and a BedRug bed mat and tailgate mat, so I stuck a tech panel on the tailgate mat. If I need a quick tool I can reach over the top and grab it, or I can lower the tailgate and the tools are in front of me. To give an idea of the strength of the velcro, I have a small fire extinguisher hanging vertically off the tailgate panel and it has not caused the tech panel to come off. I'm a professional drummer and window tinter. I play a lot of gigs and see myself on contruction sites pretty often, so it's nice to have a pair of sticks or a pair of backup safety glasses stored securely if I need them. The only resource I wish they had available is a video or guide on the D-clips and bungee cords with instructions and ideas on how to use them. I'm not familiar with molle systems so I had to consult youtube on how best to use the attachment systems.
I picked up the full set of tech panels and I really LOVE them! I was looking for a way to store some stuff under the seat, but didn't want to add a box since I do run my seats up from time to time to haul something or put my MTB in the back seat for safe keeping. Speaking of MTB, in my old SUV, I had a box that carried all my mountain biking gear, but there's no where to put that in my F150 crew cab, so mounting my hand pump, spares, etc on the tech panel has been really nice! Actually, I like it better than rummaging through a box! I highly recommend these!
Page isn’t tailored to Chevy products but I got the Velcro panels anyways and I love them. Cleaned up my back seat without having stuff shoved everywhere. Worth every penny