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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-23-2014, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Guys,

I have looked and looked on here and on Google with no success. One or two numbers here and there, but no where was there one nice list of interior cargo measurements. I wanted to know how big of a box I could get, how I would lay things out, and other things a man ponders laying in bed at night.

That said, here are the interior cargo dimensions I took today. It was done on a 2015 Cherokee Limited, but I would imagine all of them would be pretty close. Note that all depth measurements were taken to the lip of the plastic molding around the rear hatch. In other words, as close as you could get without jamming stuff in or risking damage to seats, dash or plastic.

Rear seats up, slid all the way back and reclined: 26" deep
Rear seats up, slid all the way forward, not reclined: 38" deep
Rear seats down: 62" deep
Distance between wheel wells: 39" wide
Right front and rear seats folded down: 100" deep
Right front and rear seats folded down: 14 1/2" wide

The silver cargo arm on the LR side.
Behind it: 3 1/2" deep and 7 1/4" long (from locking end to where wheel well starts)
Arm length: 16" long
Between lock and hump connection: 12" long
Height (outside, top to bottom): 5 3/4"

Rear hatch opening height: 28 1/2"

I hope this helps someone out.
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Bump to the top for new people looking for this info.

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http://www.pelican.com/cases_detail.php?Case=0350

EXTERIOR (L x W x D)
22.5" x 22.43" x 21.25" (57.1 x 56.9 x 54 cm)

I was skeptical to say the least when I knew I needed to move this large Pelican 0350. Much to my surprise, I was able to keep the Jeep cargo cover in place (rolled up of course, but in the slots, hanging) and set my Pelican in the cargo area. The hatch closes, no problem with plenty of room to spare front to back and lots of room on the sides. I thought it would be too tall to cooperate with the hatch / rear window. But it fits perfect.

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So, I know this is old, and I know I'm resurrecting a dead thread, but I am actually in the process of figuring out what size pelican rifle case I can fit... my math skills are very rusty... (a*a)+(b*b)=(c*c)... right?

If so, then (38*38)+(39*39)=2965... square root of 2965 is 54.4518136... in inches, that would be just shy of 54 1/2", so we'll call it 54"...

Never mind. I'm going outside to measure.
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So, I know this is old, and I know I'm resurrecting a dead thread, but I am actually in the process of figuring out what size pelican rifle case I can fit... my math skills are very rusty... (a*a)+(b*b)=(c*c)... right?

If so, then (38*38)+(39*39)=2965... square root of 2965 is 54.4518136... in inches, that would be just shy of 54 1/2", so we'll call it 54"...

Never mind. I'm going outside to measure.
Did you find out what you needed? I can lay my 1750s down in the back, but both back seat parts have to lay down. I can sit them on their side with one side down. They don't lay flat due to the slight ramp from the back of the rear seats.

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Did you find out what you needed? I can lay my 1750s down in the back, but both back seat parts have to lay down. I can sit them on their side with one side down. They don't lay flat due to the slight ramp from the back of the rear seats.
Is that the 50" case? I'm thinking about getting the 1720 and trying to fit it diagonally (side not flat) with passenger seats slid mostly forward (but still able to fit a person). External dimensions are 44.37"x16"x6.12". That being said, folding a seat down could work too.

My 308 is 39" long, but I want to go small as possible... so 40-45" would be great. I think the 1720 might work for me.

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The other option would be to go for the 1700 case... it is MUCH cheaper, but I have a long LR .308 (18" barrel, though it is the shorter DPMS G2 platform) with a scope and a tripod... even though I only carry 2 mags, that still doesn't leave much room left, if any at all as I would pretty much have to store it with the upper and lower separated (I don't think there are any problems storing it that way though)... but the case would fit MUCH better in the back. Those cases are 38.12" long externally... could it lay flat regardless of the seats? It would be awfully close... I have to go measure again :S
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