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Bartact MOLLE Strips with Mil-Spec PALS Webbing and Velcro Hook and Loop - 20' (Black) - MS2-20BB

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  • Bartact | Part Number: TRKMS2-20BB
  • Fitment:Universal Fit


Introducing Bartact MOLLE strips with PALS webbing, quite possibly, the most versatile and modular PALS/MOLLE system ever developed.

MOLLE strips with mil-spec PALS webbing for hook and loop applications on Jeep Wrangler, Gladiator, Toyota Tacoma, and other vehicles such as Tundra, RAM trucks, Ford trucks, and GMC trucks with hook compatible carpet/loop areas.

MOLLE strips are compatible with any loop area within your vehicle, and can simply be cut and burned with a lighter at the ends to fit any velcro loop area in your vehicle. Make your own custom shape and size MOLLE panels!

Bartact has incorporated mil-spec 1" PALS webbing spaced 1.5" apart using bar tack stitches over a 2" wide laminated hook and loop platform. Simply roll out Bartact MOLLE strips over your desired area and cut to length. Then, just burn the end of the webbing to keep it from fraying over time. Attach to seat, and you are done with that row...move on to the next strip, and line up to the bottom of the row above (or top of the row below). A 1" gap between rows of PALS webbing will automatically be created due to the extra 1" at the top to make your system multi-row molle compatible!

Add as many rows of bartact MOLLE strips as you want (or can fit!) and trim them to whatever length you'd like, in order to conform to the area you are covering. You can create a panel to cover an entire hook/carpeted area, or just a partial area the size of your choosing. You can even make angled cuts to form around seat latches and child seat safety latch locations.

How do i know if MOLLE strings will work on my vehicle?
The MOLLE strips are shown above on the rear bench of a 2018 Jeep Wrangler JLU Rubicon with leather seats. Depending on the Year/Make/Model of your vehicle, it could have a lot of areas to place MOLLE strips...or no areas at all. The 2003-09 Dodge Ram, as an example, has areas in front of the front seats and console, behind the console, on the sides of the from seats, on the sides of the rear bench, and on the bottom of the rear bench. If you think you have a Velcro or Hook compatible area in your vehicle, but you're not sure, simply take a velcro or other hook item such as a patch, or wire wrap and press it against the area you would like to cover. If it sticks, you're good to go!

Sizing: How long does my MOLLE strip need to be?
Each MOLLE strip is 2" tall. Using this height measurement, it's pretty simple to figure out what size Bartact MOLLE strip roll you need by calculating the approximate area you wish to cover. For example, if you want to utilize it on the back or bottom of a bench seat that has a large loop backing and you want to cover an area that is 36" wide x 12" tall, just multiply 36 (36") x 6 (2" tall strips on 12" height), which gives you a necessary length of 216" (18 ft). It would also give you around 24 PALS loop sections across (depending on how closely you make the cuts to the bar tack stitches), and 6 rows of PALS webbing to attach anything from MOLLE pouches to first aid kits, tools, etc. 5 foot roll will cover 0.83 sq ft.

How much weight will MOLLE strips hold?
MOLLE strips can hold several pounds of weight upon the loop/carpet attached to and the weight can be determined by many factors. For example, MOLLE strips can be installed with the webbing at the top or the bottom of the strip. By placing the webbing at the bottom, anything attached to the webbing would pull from the center of the MOLLE strip, as opposed to the top. Because Velcro and Hook/Loop has a very high sheer strength, MOLLE strips are much stronger when used with the webbing at the bottom of the strip. When weight is applied at the top of any Velcro or Hook/Loop, it can 'peel' back much more easily than when the weight is applied lower. Over 40 pounds of force was applied on a pouch and the MOLLE strips still held well.



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