A pickup truck bed is just a big open box, and more often than not the cargo you’re hauling won’t use up all the space. Sure, you can use nets and straps to tie down items and keep them from sliding around, but wouldn’t it be great if there were easy ways to arrange your cargo so it’s safe during transport and easy to access? There are plenty of products to keep your truck bed organized and you’ll find them all on our digital shelves.

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Just as you wouldn’t ship something in a box that was too big and expect it to arrive safely, you can’t just put objects in the bed, shut the tailgate and assume they’ll be undamaged when you reach your destination. Cargo sliding or rolling around loose in the truck bed can not only become damaged, it can also scratch and dent your truck. Plus, a lot of loose cargo makes it hard to find a specific item when you need it.

The products we offer make it easy to secure your cargo so it’s not harmed during transport, and allow you to organize it so it’s segregated and accessible according to your needs. This goes for cargo you’re hauling as well as gear you keep in your truck for regular use. With our adjustable cargo bars you can confine cargo to specific areas of the bed, to prevent damage or separate it from other cargo or the rest of the bed. These telescoping bars are expandable to fit different bed sizes, have ratcheting mechanisms to maintain tension, and have rubber ends to hold the bar in place without damaging the bed finish.

If you’re like most truck owners, you probably carry a lot of stuff like cargo nets, tie-down straps, rope, and bungee cords that you need for hauling, as well as maintenance needs like oil and coolant. Our truck bed pockets and luggage saddle bags mount in the bed and will keep all these items protected, organized and readily accessible, so you can lay your hands on them when needed. For even larger storage needs, the cargo sling clamps to the bed rails (no drilling required) and has numerous interior and exterior compartments for organizing cargo that combine to create 8 cu. ft. of storage space.

Getting cargo in and out of a truck bed can be a chore, but we have the products to make it easier. Instead of clambering into the bed to retrieve cargo, bed slides work like drawers, sliding out to bring the cargo to you. They come in a range of cargo capacities, with side walls to prevent cargo from falling off, and multiple locking positions. The cargo revolver system features baskets that slide from the bed onto the tailgate for easy loading and retrieval. And if you need something that’s all the way at the front of the bed, you don’t have to crawl in to get it if you have one of our extendable reaching tools.

The Bed Extender is a handy double-duty accessory that increases the utility of your truck bed in two ways. When you’ve got cargo that’s longer than your bed to haul, like building materials or dirt bikes, it allows you to drop the tailgate to gain up to 2 ft. of enclosed cargo area. You can haul lengthy cargo without fear of items falling out of the bed. And when it’s not needed for that, you can just flip the extender forward, shut the tailgate, and it becomes a small enclosure to confine cargo within the bed. The bed extender can easily be removed from the bed when unobstructed access to the entire bed is required.

The spare tire on most pickups is stored under the bed where it’s difficult to access. There the carrier is exposed to the elements, road salt, and debris, so it can easily corrode and you may not even be able to remove the spare when you need it. And if you’ve upgraded your truck to bigger tires, if you purchased a matching spare you quickly found out that it wouldn’t fit in the factory carrier. The answer to all these problems is a bed mounted spare tire carrier. In the bed, the tire is easier to access (so you’ll actually check the pressure now and then), and our carriers can accommodate large diameter tires.

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Weather Guard 318-3
From the top looks ok, but from the bottom comes with a little damage and 4 pings was missing.
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