GEN 2 Gen 2 pro eagle jack no drill bed mounting plate

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  1. Stickman89

    Stickman89 Full Access Member

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    Need a way to mount your proeagle jack without drilling holes. My buddy and I came with this bracket for bed bolt mounting.

    He is going to be selling them powdercoated with lettering or no lettering for $80 shipped.

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    Does this also work on the front two bed bolts?
     
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    If they are the same spread yes. I have not tried it there. Will look at it later in the week


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    I really like this idea.

    My back bed bolts are occupied already with a tire carrier that im getting made.

    As for the front two bed bolts the ones closest to the cab are spaced wider than the middle and rear most rows.

    I may be interested in just using the carrier plate and doing some mods to make it work for me....

    I didnt see it on the website though.
     
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    I like the idea.

    But I see the bed bolts are raised up. The raised section of the bed is about 1/2 in plus the bracket. Are there spacers included for the space under the bracket?




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    I second everything this guy said!!!!!
     
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    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/222727300296

    Also have a rotopax can mount for factory tie down system
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/362164576529



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    Like a blank plate? Let me know your thoughts if you have any ideas?


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    Spacers are included with the kit


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    are the stock bed bolts long enough for this ? or does it require longer bolts ?
     
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    Stock bed bolts are long enough. Every bed rack attaches the same way


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    Great design! Looks like this will not work on the Gen1, correct? Any plans for us old dogs?
     
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