Customize Your Drawers


Consider this your invitation to tinker, drill, hack, grind, glue, shove, pry, rip, shred, thrash, and transmogrify your drawers into the perfect embodiment of organizational bliss you know they can be.

If you bought KISS Drawers, they're ready & waiting for you - get ready to have fun!

If you bought a prefab'd, pre-carpeted, riveted, horse-glued, future landfill rat house, still dripping with sweat-shop worker despair, well, you can try some of these mods I guess, or you can try Craigslist.
We'll still be here when you get back, and we'll have even more awesome ideas
from our stupendously creative customers to inspire you.



Shag Carpet, Astro Turf, or Slate...?


Note: most stains, adhesives, and clear-coats can take a loooooong time to fully cure, so leave them in your garage at a decent temperature for several days (minimum) before installing them in your vehicle.

Speaker Carpet

Polymat Felt Fabric Mat, latex-backed, highly resistant to wear, stains, gas & oil. $30
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Line-X

Not just for bedliners, it works great for drawers too. Need a local shop to apply it, reported cost for an entire set of drawers is $250.
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U-Pol Raptor Liner

Like line-x but tintable and you can do at home. $100-150, excellent tutorial by @screendoor here: https://imgur.com/a/2dDvF
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Rubber Mat

1/8x48x60", black diamond pattern helps keep things from sliding. $70
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Marine Carpet

All weather material, found Home Depot/Lowe's/etc. 6' roll x 4' $30
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3M Adhesive

The crowd favorite for gluing mats, carpet, felt, etc to drawers. $20
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Custom Tinted Stain

Shermin Williams stain tinted to match factory grey, with Minwax Polyurethane.
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Foam & Fabric

Carpet foam padding (free if you know someone remodeling, or $35 Amazon), with a tough/soft fabric on top. ~$75-100
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Modern Art

Step 1, know an amazing artist.
Step 2, convince them to hand-paint cool stuff on your drawers.
Step 3, smile every time you open your tailgate.
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Gunstock

2 coats minwax Gunstock, with 2 coats Minwax Urethane, $20
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PVC Flooring

Designed for garage floors so durable and oil & gas resistant, you want the 2.5mm (1/8") x4' x 6'. Grey and tan are close to stock 100 series interiors, $70
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Got an idea?

Let's hear it!
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Open. Close. Repeat.


T-Handles (stainless)

Stainless t-handle pulls,locking, and well liked by several customers. $40 (all prices this page for qty 2)
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Vector T-Handles

Lots of cheap ones out there so watch out, and do not buy the small 1-2" handles, they hurt to use with heavy drawers. $80
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Surface Mount Handle

As inexpensive as you can go, but surprisingly effective. Foam handle, sprung to prevent rattling. $10
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Grab Handles

Big metal pulls, 10" long, powder coated, heavy duty. $40
(note these may be too tall for the tailgate to close, measure first)
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T-handles (heavy duty)

Black Fiber-glass Polyamide, locking, $80
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Slam Latch

Not recommended for heavy drawer pulls but good for wings, locking. $30
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The Happiest Handles

Stainless steel, flush handle. Likely to rattle, but I had to include them because they just look so happy! $25
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Flush

Fiberglass, snap-in, flush pull, $30
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Kayak Handles

Nice, grippy rubber handles on nylon webbing and stainless hardware. $10
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Lend a hand

Tell us how you open your drawers
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You gotta keep'em separated


Dividers

Simply cut dados in the sides during assembly, then cut & insert thin plywood or ABS where you need them. $10-60
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TrekPak Inserts

Not specific for KISS Drawers (yet), and pretty expensive ($100), but they are very customizable and very high quality.
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Bags

There's a lot of decent options out there, but if you asked me I'd say our Chum Buckets are the best ;)
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Organizational tip?

Let's hear it!
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Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy ride


Round Anchor Point Tie Downs

2" removeable, single points, install where you want. ~$40
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Progrip SR Track

Aluminum tracks, sliding anchors. $30
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Stainless Steel Flush Mount D-Rings

Stainless steel, flush mount. Might rattle when not under load. $42
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Horizontal Net

Nylon cargo net, stetches to attach to d-rings or similar. $12
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Front Runner Stratchits

Stretchy ratcheting performance, all the benefits of a ratchet strap and a bungee cord combined. $30
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L-track

Aluminum airline-style L-track, pre-drilled holes, super adjustable
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Fridge Straps

Affordable! Heavyweight embroidered polypro strap, roller Cam buckles. $30
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Don't hold out on us

Share your idea
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She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid.
I've made a lot of special modifications myself.


Magnetic Wings

Magnets in place of the screws that hold down the wings. Hinged or lift'em out. $10
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Fridge Slide

Dometic fridge slide shown, prices vary per brand from $200-400.
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Make Your Own Fridge Slide

Blike @Bwood and make your own fridge slide from angle brackets and drawer slides, only ~$100
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Drawer Lights

Magnetic mounts, 3 months per charge, motion/light activated, $45
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Stayholds

Requires carpet on top, but as modular and adaptable as you could want. $20
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When you're done...

Tell us how you did it
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