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Old 01-20-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Help Us Test a DECKED Truck Bed Storage System?

We make a relatively new product and are looking for a forum member or two to test our truck bed storage system, review it and provide feedback to the community here at F150Forum. You can see what we make here:

Essentially this is a tonneau cover x 2. You get dry and secure storage, but also ergonomic access to your tools, gear etc as well as full use of your truck bed. 2000 lb payload on the deck, 200 lb per drawer. Made in the USA.

If you are interested in being considered to test for us, post a photo of your truck in this thread and tell us how you will use it. It isn't a beauty contest, just make your case. We will select product testers around 1/27

All we expect from our product testers in return is a fair review of the product here on the forum with a few photos. If you like it we want you to keep it.


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Old 01-20-2016, 02:35 PM   #2
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I carry around mechanic tools in mine. That would be awesome for me, I carry some expensive tools and would like to not have them stolen and stowed away safely. I have a master mechanic tool set, various hand tools, and specialty tool kits. When I want to grab a tool set I have to shuffle everything around it is a pain in the *****. If i could have something like this that would let me pull out the drawer and select something rather than jump into the truck bed that would save a lot of time and be more productive. How tall are the drawers?
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I could help test them in our mild Canadian winters, we use salt on our roads and I could let you know how the product stands up in our climate, could also test how well it holds my atv, and finally I have a ford solid bed cover (bak flip) I could test how the two items interact,

I also would for a car dealership, be a nice product to offer our clients
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This looks like it could be an ideal product for my personal needs. I had to settle for a 6.5' bed and routinely need to remove my tonneau cover to use every inch of it when hauling motorcycles or helping friends move. Sadly this means I could not install a standard tool box as I have in previous trucks with an 8' bed.

Currently I have a small tool box with essentials, and need to constantly add from my garage before I go to help friends and family. (I am not a tradesman, but rather a handy family man) It would be fantastic if I could keep my drills, sawzall, and air compressor with me in a safe location. Even better if I also had a dry location to keep camping gear when we go out on the weekends as a family and still have the full bed.

Again looks like a good product to utilize the full bed while still storing important materials. If the price is right I will be asking for an early Christmas gift for next year.
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I work hard plus I play hard. I carry a variety of tools around from air compressors to welders to recovery gear but I also carry all of my mountain bike gear as well. I thought about getting a bed slide but locking and sliding drawers would be a better option.
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I spend about 5 to 6 months of the year working on a farm, so it'd be nice to have a way to carry feed, seed, and parts without sacrificing tool space and storage. Beyond that, I also fish and hunt, so having additional room for other things like ammo, knives, etc, would also be nice.

It looks like an awesome product, I'll most likely pick one up either way to try it out.
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I work for a church that has 3 campuses (soon to be 4) and do stage design work at all 3. I carry everything from hand tools to rigging gear and need to still be able to haul building supplies. I currently have a folding tonneau cover, but frequently have to remove it in order to use all of my 6.5' bed. Having a setup like this would allow me to not have to unload all of my gear at each campus. I could just roll up and work right next to the truck where everything would be organized and secure.

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sweet looking the idea of the atv up top and still have drawers/space under...and the last little bit of the great at camping/event...
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I pull a camper and keep the tools in the box on back. The problem with the tool box is I do not have covered storage in the bed. No fit for a tonnaeu cover and a tool box.
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I have a small computer repair business.
I am constantly making on-site service calls with computers, parts, tools, electronic devices, printers, monitors, etc to my customers homes and businesses.

Of course, you don't want these things to move around much, get wet, and get banged around. I have a certain brand of multiple flip hard cover for my truck but it has some downsides. Things roll to the front of the truck if not secured with tie downs. The drawers in that setup would work great! It would be a great comparison between the DECKED system and a conventional hard or soft tonneau.

Also,I love the elevated floor of the system. I could put heavier boxes on top and have easier access to getting them in and out of the bed. This is also a real inconvenience to a conventional hard cover.

This looks like a real game-changer in the tonneau/tool box selection for trucks!

Thanks for the chance to test and review!


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