Item # DKD0005
Decked Toyota Truck Bed System $1,249.99
Get on top of things.
The Decked Toyota Truck Bed System turns that cluttered mess in the back of your Tundra into a completely organized station for work and play. This system raises the deck of your truckbed, tucking two bed-length
drawers and four ammo cans underneath to securely stow your gear and
keep you organized in whatever way suits you best. Separate your tools
from toys like camping gear, skiing equipment, climbing racks, fishing
rods, and more inside the drawers. If you don't have tools, then fill
one of the drawers with ice and beer for camping trips; there's an
integrated bottle-opener for such occasions. The ammo cans are perfect
for smaller items like tow straps, screws, nuts, bolts, or emergency
flasks. This bed system also leaves plenty of room on the top for more
gear like bags, wood, or basically whatever you want.
The Decked Truck Bed, made from a strong steel frame wrapped in a stiff HDPE framesheet, boasts a sturdy 2000-pound load rating, yet weighs less than 200 pounds. Aluminum handles and a smooth design make it easy to open and close the drawers, even if you have a hefty load inside. Edge and end guards reinforce the sides of the system to help it stand up to all the abuse you will put it through. You can install this bed system under thirty minutes by utilizing nothing more than your truck's tie-downs. That means you don't have to drill into or mess up your truck bed in any way, shape, or form. Decked designed each bed to specifically fit Toyota Tundras from the current model all the way back to 2007.
- Steel frame with co-molded HDPE framesheet
- Rust-inhibiting finish
- Tie-down installation
- 2000-pound load rating
- Edge and end guards
- Two bed-length drawers, four ammo cans
- Fits Toyota Tundra (2007-current) models
- Locks, tie-downs, and dividers sold separately
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Decked Truck Bed System
Is decked planning on making any Tacoma...
Is decked planning on making any Tacoma versions?
They are-- no date yet, but their site states that they're hoping to fulfill the dreams of mid-size truck owners in the near future!
The best idea
any expected date for the tacoma to come out?