Equipment tray/box ideas

Da-Sarge

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What do you use to mount your light and siren controller and electrical equipment ive seen those roll out trays in police cars but those tend to be hard to find and/or get used so I'm trying to find a good solution for my vehicle thats a good option any reccamendations would be much appreciated and also pictures would be useful too this is going in a 2006 hyundai santafe (not a common vehicle to upfit with this type equipment but it does the job) its currently just all stuck to the back of the seat currently i want to do it in a more proper manner so any info, help anything would be appreciated
 

Dave F

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pics of what you have to work with might be helpful, so we can better give you ideas
 

Tango7

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Maybe fab a riser to mount to the rear seat bolts and mount a plate to that? (Don't know if the rear seats flip up on the Santa Fe or not)
 
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Da-Sarge

Da-Sarge

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The rear seats flip down in the santafe the rear cargo area is a decent size but its often full with tools and the like for roadside jobs and on-site install jobs im looking at those roll out trays they use in police cars to put the equipment in a cabinet so its easy to get at if service is needed I also have a sub box in the back (often watch movies on times im waiting for loads im escorting to get loaded up lol) the heavy duty cabinets would be something ideal for serving with out having to haul out everything lol any clues pic is attached for what its like empty its comparable to a ford escape
 

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Tango7

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Can you mount under the bottom rear seat? I was thinking something like this:

(obviously much shorter in height) that would span the distance between your bottom seat mount bolts, and allow an elevated location to install a hard mount. It'd likely be a custom fab, but given a length of thin AL bar stock, a vise and some careful measurement it should be quite doable.
 
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Da-Sarge

Da-Sarge

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Sadly I cannot the seat has a solid mount that fits the floor and meets the seat the seat botoms flip up but don't have any space for anything to mount though ill check it out again to see for sure
 

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