Off Road Bed Storage System

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  1. Jeff D

    Jeff D Full Access Member

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    I had been looking for a bed storage system that would allow storage and maximize bed space. This system seems to accommodate both. My truck has a spray in bedliner. The bedlinen created fitment issues. Originally the manufacture recommended cutting into the bedlinen material to make the panels fit properly. Not happening on this truck. I ended up getting stand off spacers from the manufacture that worked well in getting the panels to fit properly. I have included several pictures of the inside of the truck bed. The gas can isn't perfectly straight in the photo. About 3/16 out. I didn't have the proper bit to modify the holes in order to get it level. I'll be correcting this in the next couple of days once I secure the bit. The only other component not mounted in the truck is the jack. It's on order and will mount over the wheel well by the fire extinguisher. Many of the systems that are out there are complex to install. This system was both simple to install and clean to look at. IMG_1178.JPG IMG_1182.JPG IMG_1182.JPG IMG_1184.JPG IMG_1184.JPG IMG_1180.JPG IMG_1180.JPG
     
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    What is the manufacturer? Looks clean. Thanks for the pics.
     
  3. CrownOffroad

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    BuiltRight Industries makes these bed racks. We've sold tons of them and run them in our own truck as well. They work great and are even manufactured in the USA.

    www.fordraptorlights.com

    They even have rear seat releases, dash mounts, risers, RotoPax mounts, under seat equipment/parts storage components and tons more great stuff.


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  4. Jeff D

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    Bullright Industries is correct
     
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    Quality stuff for sure, I may need soon for my Raptor travels around the country.
     
  6. BuiltRight Industries

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    Thanks for the nice writeup and post! To clarify, no need to cut the bedliner for better fit, but we do have customers that sometimes have OEM bedliner sprayed over the rear tie down, in which case the liner sometimes needs to be scored for the tie down to come off cleanly.

    Crown Offroad and the guys at offroad alliance are a great source for our products, but feel free to let me know if you have any questions!

    Matt ([email protected])
     
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  7. Jeff D

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    The modification that is often recommended is for a spray in bedliner not the OEM bedliner. The additional rubber grommets you sent me made the cutting of the spray in bedliner unnecessary in order to get the panels to fit properly. Love your product and your customer service follow up as well.
     
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    What are the parts needed for the hi lift. Its some kind of 3 inch rubber wrap. I couldn't find it based on the videos on their website
     
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    Thanks for posting, Jeff D. Been looking for something exactly like this, just placed an order. Great solution.
     

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