In my 2010 Toyota Tacoma’s (two door, regular cab) there isn’t much storage space. There is a narrow space behind the seat so I build some containers to be able to store stuff that wouldn’t fit in the glove box.
I made two caddies, one to go to the right of the seat belt and one to go where the jack handle straps down.
I used some cheap 1/4″ OSB because that’s what scrap wood I had on hand but I wouldn’t make them out anything much thicker because it’s overkill and it would eat into your storage space. Nicely enough Toyota welded some nuts behind the horizontal tube so I was able to securely fasten the caddies to the back wall. The nuts are M6 with a 1.00 thread pitch, and I used 20mm machine bolts.
- The caddies can only be about 5″ deep or else the seat will hit them when adjusted all the way back.
- Don’t make them too wide or else they will interfere with the seat tilt lever
- I didn’t bother to make bottoms as the things I’m storing are large and won’t slip though. However I did wind up having to put some smaller bungees into a small box. If I eventually need bottoms I’ll staple on some webbing or fabric.
- Both sides have an “ear” that sticks out to the threaded nut; this was because I was unable to go any farther to the left with the caddy.