Collection: Storage

9 Aftermarket Motorsports collection of Storage is a key part to any overland or offroad vehicle. Having the ability to properly store items keeps not only the weather elements out but also adds a level of security protection. Storage can also be used for liquids such as fuel, diesel, water, and more!
Rotopax 2.5 gallon red fuel containers with mounts

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Rotopax 2.5 gallon red fuel containers with mounts

About Storage

Overland and off-road storage refer to the specific storage solutions designed for vehicles that traverse challenging terrains and long-distance journeys. These storage systems are crucial for adventurers, off-road enthusiasts, and those engaged in overlanding, where vehicles are used to explore remote areas.

Overland Storage:

  1. Drawer Systems: Interior storage solutions, like drawer systems, provide organized compartments for tools, equipment, and supplies, ensuring easy access and efficient use of space.
  2. Bumper Storage: Some overland vehicles are equipped with front and rear bumpers designed to accommodate storage options, such as winch mounts, jerry can holders, or additional storage boxes.
  3. Cargo Boxes and Bags: Weather-resistant cargo boxes and bags are commonly used to protect equipment from the elements. They can be mounted on roof racks or attached to other parts of the vehicle.
  4. Fuel and Water Containers: Overlanders often carry additional fuel and water containers, ensuring self-sufficiency during long journeys where refueling or water sources may be scarce.

Off-Road Storage:

  1. Trailers: Off-road trailers are designed to handle rugged terrain and can carry substantial loads, making them ideal for transporting large quantities of equipment or camping gear.
  2. Bed Racks: Pickup trucks used for off-roading often have bed racks that allow for the attachment of various accessories, such as rooftop tents, spare tire mounts, and storage containers.
  3. MOLLE Panels: Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment (MOLLE) panels are systems with webbing that allow for customizable attachment of gear and equipment inside the vehicle.
  4. Undercarriage Storage: Some off-road vehicles are equipped with compartments or drawers integrated into the undercarriage, providing secure storage for tools and recovery equipment.

In both overland and off-road scenarios, the key considerations for storage include durability, weather resistance, and ease of access. The chosen storage solutions should complement the vehicle's design and enhance its capabilities in navigating challenging environments.