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Old 08-25-2009, 09:03 PM   #1
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Does anyone have the FORD OEM Cargo Management System on their truck?

I am thinking of adding it to mine and have a few questions.
I have the 6-1/2 foot bed and the holes are there already.
I believe they are threaded and ready for putting on the rails.

I do have a sprayed in bed liner and hope that will not cause any problems.

Anyway,

Do you like it?

Does it work as it is suppose too?

Did you get it with the truck or did you add it?

Have you found any other accessories for it thru aftermarket channels?

I see there are people that make a really nice ladder rack for the CHEVY OE rails
but don’t see much for the FORD OE rails.

Any input would be GREAT.

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Hello,
I just added it to my 09 STX F150. It bolts right on to the pre-drilled holes. You have to remove the bed rail caps and install five bolts from the top on each side as well but not hard. It took about 30 minutes to install with 10 year old son helping..LOL. Overall its very sturdy. You have to purchase cleats with the side rails and its pretty expensive. About 350 bucks for the basic package. Ford offered it as an installed option with four cleats for 200 bucks so I dont know why they doubled the price.
Is it worth it? Right now I have to say NO! As you noticed there is no aftermarket add ons available. I'm hoping in time some more things will be offered.
I bought it hoping to add a possible back rack for rear window protection as well as added tie down points for my motorcycles. It definitely offers more tie down points but I feel the old style bull rings in the bed rail would have done the same. I also dont like how the cleats locking pin gouges into the side rail if you slide them into the locking hole. I think as you use them more this will wear in.
All in all its another toy for our truck. I hope more add ons become available in the future but right now its pretty limited to the bed divider and tool box. These can be purchased a lot cheaper outside the CMS.
Hope this helps ......Dave
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with LineX spray liner and FMJ roll up tonneau. The tool bin won't work with the tonneau but everything else is good to go. Really pleased with how sturdy the entire set up is. Also super easy and fast to reconfigure or remove. Also have the cargo bed extender.
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with LineX spray liner and FMJ roll up tonneau. The tool bin won't work with the tonneau but everything else is good to go. Really pleased with how sturdy the entire set up is. Also super easy and fast to reconfigure or remove. Also have the cargo bed extender.
Since my original post, I did get the rail system. I too am very happy with it. It is pretty handy.

I was disappointed that I couldn't get the tool bins to work with my tonneau cover either. Backflip HD is what I have and the bins stick up about even with the rails, or maybe a bit higher. I wish they would design one that sits lower. I'd buy a couple in a heartbeat if they would fit under the cover.
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What if you have the 5-1/2 ' box with no holes drilled. Is this still a possibility? I didn't realized it wasn't compatible when I bought it then I was pissed. Can I still drop one in?
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What if you have the 5-1/2 ' box with no holes drilled. Is this still a possibility? I didn't realized it wasn't compatible when I bought it then I was pissed. Can I still drop one in?
It is possible, but I don’t think it will have the rated capacity.

On the 6-1/2 beds, there are pre-drilled and threaded holes.
These holes have extra support welded behind them from what I could see
when I had the bed rail caps off to install the CMS.

If you were to just use rivet nuts (nutserts)

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I would be afraid there would not be enough support.

But then again, it would depend on what you are going to try doing with it.

Good luck either way.
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does it extend the whole length of the bed? cause then it wont fit lol.

Is there aftermarket solutions anyone knows of offhand?
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does it extend the whole length of the bed? cause then it wont fit lol.

Is there aftermarket solutions anyone knows of offhand?

It is not the full length of the bed.

Here are some photos I took a while ago after I installed it.
I have since put a Bakflip HD on also.

PS: Love the Bakflip everytime I use it.
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So it fits fine with a Spray In linex liner?
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I was wondering what all those damn holes are that let dust in my box with my cover on, lol, was gonna use black duct tape and cover them up since my truck is black, but i never got it done yet, soon though! that system looks pretty cool, wanted to get chrome bedrail bars that would do the same thing, but the good putco ones are like 500$ OUCH!
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