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New Tailgate Shelf from Bestop for Your Jeep

Bestop RoughRider Tailgate Shelf

When you’re out wheelin’ you need to be able to carry everything with you. This new tailgate shelf from Bestop might be just what you’re looking for!

From Bestop;

LOUISVILLE, Colo. – Bestop, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium Jeep(r) soft tops and accessories, now offers Jeep(r) Wrangler owners a convenient, durable rear gate storage solution that’s perfect for tailgating, camping, running errands or any experience that requires securely carrying or storing extra gear.

As with everything Bestop builds, the RoughRider(r) Tailgate Shelf is manufactured with Bestop’s signature original equipment quality, greatly boosting the product’s durability and ensuring top-quality performance. The RoughRider Tailgate Shelf (part # 54140) was developed with a patent-pending custom design specifically for two-door Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited, model years 2007 to 2017.

Whether you need a shelf or a bin, Bestop’s RoughRider Tailgate Shelf puts your tailgate to work, offering both. Fitting easily onto the inside rear gate, the RoughRider Tailgate Shelf offers a storage unit made with heavy-duty composite housing for long life and a polyester mesh pouch that can be removed to create a traditional shelf or turn your Jeep’s tailgate into a convenient work space.

What’s more, the new RoughRider Tailgate Shelf easily deploys with one free hand — simply push a button and the spring-loaded shelf easily and automatically deploys, offering a sturdy surface. The unit measures 25″L x 14″H x 4.5″D (closed) and is easily installed, with no drilling.

Bestop inspires Jeep, truck and UTV enthusiasts to enjoy open-air, on- and off-road driving adventures by providing rugged, high-quality accessories to outfit vehicles to suit any lifestyle.

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Written by Chad Kirchner

Chad Kirchner is the Editor-in-Chief of Future Motoring, along with the main host and producer of the Future Motoring podcast. In addition to his work here, he's a freelance automotive journalist for outlets around the world.


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