Chase / Bed Rack

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  1. Jag

    Jag Full Access Member

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    $250 OBO - Houston area pickup. Willing to meet in the middle if the distance/time is right.

    Built by and purchased from a local (HARO) Raptor owner. This rack slides into the bed and wedges between the front wall and the tailgate. It holds two spares and the space in the center holds a large tuff box and other items. I had a tuff box and a gas can in that space for TRR. Tie downs in the front and along both sides make it very versatile.

    Easily removed (one person can do so) and stores upright in the garage when you need the bed open. Fits under hard and soft bed covers.

    I added additional tie-down points and mount points at the front for a high-lift jack. I also attached my fire extinguisher on one side. The jack and the fire extinguisher are NOT included.
     

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    always too far away...damn...
     
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    He said he'd meet in the middle.....lol
     
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    Ha, I thought about it...math was against me on that one!


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    So there's nothing holding this down besides weight and tailgate tension?
     
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    Well, that, and those heavy tires and jacks and fire extinguishers and tool boxes and..........lol
     
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    First jump and everything goes over the side. Let alone a roll over
     
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    It appears to be steel tube. Could easily weld-in some tiedowns....
     
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    It wedges in pretty tight between the bulkhead and the tailgate and it doesn't really move. I went pretty hard with it at TRR and it never went anywhere. It can shift slightly side to side in the hard stuff, since it isn't tight between the wheel wells, but it won't go UP. It could be bolted to the bed pretty easily, though.
     

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