It's tough to imagine life without a truck. They can, however, be kind of a pain if your just pile everything in there--finding that one specific tool can take quite a bit of digging. The Decked Chevy Truck Bed System makes this problem go away. The system raises the bed of your truck. Where there used to just be a flat space, there are two bed-length drawers and four ammo cans to keep your gear separated and organized. Big pieces of gear (skis, snowboards, camping gear, fishing rods) can be stashed in the long drawers while smaller stuff (tow straps, screws, flashlights) can go into the ammo cans for easy organization. The system is made with steel wrapped in stiff HDPE. It's load rating is an incredible 2000 pounds, but it weighs less than 200. The system installs using your truck's tie-downs, so there's no drilling or damage to your truck bed.
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