If you and your gear yearn for the open road, the Decked Ford Truck Bed System ensures a completely organized trip with room for whatever fun Mother Nature throws your way. Rather than adding boxes to the top and sides of your pickup truck, the Truck Bed System utilizes the bed space itself to create a series of organized compartments. There are two bed-length drawers with additional smaller cans beneath for everything from tools, to fishing rods, to climbing racks. One of the drawers even comes with a bottle opener, should you feel the need to add some ice and beer to your kit. What's even better is that the insert leaves a bit of space leftover in the bed so that you can pull out your inflatable mattress and sleep under the stars without the hassle of having to pitch a tent. The entire system installs easily using your truck's tie-downs. There is no drilling or bolting. It is constructed from a steel frame wrapped in HDPE with aluminum handles on the drawers. It is rated to hold 2000 pounds but weighs less than 200 pounds on its own.
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