Glamdring70

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OR....simply order it when you order the vehicle and save a bunch of $ compared to most alternatives.
That works for people that place orders, but not everyone does that, a lot of people buy right off the lot and can't pick every option. There's also a price to be paid for the cheaper, ordered option in overall space and function and quality.
I passed on buying an OB without the storage because I was convinced I wanted it. Then I found one with it and got a close look in the back and saw how funky the panels are with those giant flanges, the space under is only about 10 inches, and the table is only rated at 30lbs. Plus a lot of pictures being posted show the shelf system is terribly rough on the interior and scuffs it up. Not everyone cares about that, but some might. Then I knew I didn't want the factory option.
You get what you pay for. $110 is a great price, but I think a person can do better with aftermarket stuff and not break the bank. $900, heck say you save 50% and spend $450... $450 is crazy to spend for that stock accessory. It's worth the $110. $450 would get me a table, cover, organizer and a pop up and grill too.





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I ordered my Badlands in August and decided to forgo the table in hopes of getting the vehicle sooner. Picked it up yesterday and there's no way I'm pay $1K for the system now.
 

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Hopefully the aftermarket well come up with a cargo cover.
That's all I wanted, something to hide what's back there without looking like I was trying to hide something.

The other advantage of the the CMS is when reaching in the window. The shelf will make it easier to get things than reaching all the way to the floor.

My short wife will like that a lot.
 

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I’m so annoyed because my dealer said multiple times that I could order if after the fact and said it might delay my order to get it. Dealers knew nothing from Ford about these options. Wish they’d make good for us.
 

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For those that are considering adding the cargo management system that had not ordered it from the factory, here are the part numbers and prices. (These prices are for the quarter panels that include the rear 110 power converter and for vehicles with the upgraded 10 speaker system)

LH Quarter Trim part# 7831013 $487.97
RH Quarter Trim part# 7831012 $481.52

For reference, adding it when ordering is a $110 option.

After ordering, the cost to add later multiples by 10 (minus labor).

In order to add the CMS later on, you will need to order the LH (part# 7831013) and RH (part# 7831012) panels, as well as the actual cargo management system itself.

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I just looked up the three parts needed. The LH and RH rear interior trunk panels and the actual cargo management table. Pricing is eye catching to say the least.

RH - M1PZ-7831012-BA - 498.95 MSPR
LH - M1PZ-7831013-BA - 487.97 MSRP
Cargo Table - M1PZ-7813046-GA - 1,042.47 MSRP

Granted one probably could get the parts for much less than MSRP but definitely should be something ordered with the vehicle as it's very cost prohibitive after the fact.
 

69cuda340s

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RH - M1PZ-7831012-BA - 498.95 MSPR
LH - M1PZ-7831013-BA - 487.97 MSRP
Cargo Table - M1PZ-7813046-GA - 1,042.47 MSRP
So if we break the table gotta pay Ford $1,000 for that part? But its a $110 factory option? Got it....
 

thesavo

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Plastic trim never comes down in parts cost either with ford. That probably means the salvage market will be a premium.
 

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That works for people that place orders, but not everyone does that, a lot of people buy right off the lot and can't pick every option. There's also a price to be paid for the cheaper, ordered option in overall space and function and quality.
I passed on buying an OB without the storage because I was convinced I wanted it. Then I found one with it and got a close look in the back and saw how funky the panels are with those giant flanges, the space under is only about 10 inches, and the table is only rated at 30lbs. Plus a lot of pictures being posted show the shelf system is terribly rough on the interior and scuffs it up. Not everyone cares about that, but some might. Then I knew I didn't want the factory option.
You get what you pay for. $110 is a great price, but I think a person can do better with aftermarket stuff and not break the bank. $900, heck say you save 50% and spend $450... $450 is crazy to spend for that stock accessory. It's worth the $110. $450 would get me a table, cover, organizer and a pop up and grill too.
If you find any aftermarket part that has that many configurations then please let us know. Good Luck.
 

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