El Sid's (Edmonds) Nomad Bag Shelf 

How many times have you thought there must be a better way to store the little things like sunglasses, gloves, cameras so they'd be right at hand when you need them?   Well, here's the product.   Sid (El Sid) Findley and friend George Edmonds have created this product from a textured plastic.   It bolts right into your bags (right and left side are different shapes) using the stock mounting bolts.  As you'll see in the following photos there is also plenty of room for even the largest quick release bolts.

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Left side shelf shown with 1" and 2" quick releases

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After some experimenting adding some rubber non skid shelf liner

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was perfect to keep items from sliding around

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Note even the largest (2") quick release knobs have clearance

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You know how large a water bottle is so you see you still have loads of room in the bag for big stuff

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Gloves & Light Cameras

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All the light and small stuff that usually finds its way to the bottom of a bag goes here

Non Skid Drawer/Shelf Lining Works Great, So Would Truck Toolbox Liner

Visit Edmonds Enterprises Website Or Contact Sid For Purchase Details