Use: Interior Driver/Passenger Door Storage

CTK59

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Curious what folks are storing in Raptor's door pockets? Was using the driver side pocket below armrest to hold flashlight but can't take the rattling noise (OCD :lol:) from moving around. Thinking of using some type of liner in bottom of pockets to alleviate some of the rattling/rolling. Small trauma kit fits nicely in bottom forward pocket with quick access. Back half of bottom pocket threw a couple of flares, and "tire thumper". Any unique storage use with this door pockets?
 

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Curious what folks are storing in Raptor's door pockets? Was using the driver side pocket below armrest to hold flashlight but can't take the rattling noise (OCD :lol:) from moving around. Thinking of using some type of liner in bottom of pockets to alleviate some of the rattling/rolling. Small trauma kit fits nicely in bottom forward pocket with quick access. Back half of bottom pocket threw a couple of flares, and "tire thumper". Any unique storage use with this door pockets?

@Oldfart...you going to tell us what's in your door pockets?

But seriously...I don't keep anything in them. I have thrown a beverage over there when the cup holders are occupied, and the mail when I can't throw it on the passenger seat (because passengers). But that's it.

You can get liners off Amazon, but I don't think it will stop a fleshlight from rolling around. Maybe a little less noisy.
 

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Empty Copenhagen cans, work gloves, couple knives and whatever other trash I can squeeze in there. I keep bug spray and sunscreen in the back door pocket. Dry pair of socks and TP in the center console. You never know.
 

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Gloves, mud scraper, microfiber towels, puke bags (for my passengers ;)), small tools, trash bags, safety glasses.

If you’re concerned about rattling maybe 3D print some inserts. toolbox lining works well too and it’s cheaper. I use it in several areas of my truck
 
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