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Old 05-31-2014, 02:31 PM   #1
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What model shell is this?

I recently received a new truck with a shell on it. I know the shell is a Leer, but whats the model?
Also i need suggestions for a way of storing at least 2 fishing rods and a maximum of 8 rods and a small 3 tray tackle box in the shell safely off the bed out of harms way. I always have at least 2 rods and my small 3 tray tackle box with me at any given time.
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Old 05-31-2014, 03:12 PM   #3
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FYI there should be a serial number plaque inside the cap somewhere , email the SN to Leer and they should be able to tell you the specs
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Thanks OZ-T unfortunately my truck is not scheduled for delivery to North Dakota from Virginia until late June. I was kinda thinking it was a 100R but I wanted to be sure so that i could try to get my local LEER dealer to do the Headliner for me.
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Old 05-31-2014, 03:35 PM   #5
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Thanks OZ-T unfortunately my truck is not scheduled for delivery to North Dakota from Virginia until late June. I was kinda thinking it was a 100R but I wanted to be sure so that i could try to get my local LEER dealer to do the Headliner for me.

So that's not your truck on the pic ?
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Old 05-31-2014, 03:57 PM   #6
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Not a 100R, it would have windows in the side if it was.

Serial numbers are on a plaque just inside on the left. I don't see that model listed on their current website but it used to be.
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Old 05-31-2014, 04:08 PM   #7
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Not a 100R, it would have windows in the side if it was.

Serial numbers are on a plaque just inside on the left. I don't see that model listed on their current website but it used to be.

You can get the 100R without windows FYI
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So that's not your truck on the pic ?
It's my new beast. They wanted 32k here in ND for it but I was able to get it in VA with the grille guard, sliders, shell and tow hitch and still paid less then 28k. Its getting delivered in 2 weeks
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Not a 100R, it would have windows in the side if it was.

Serial numbers are on a plaque just inside on the left. I don't see that model listed on their current website but it used to be.
Thats what threw me off I went looking on their website and couldnt find it at all. thats why I was so confused as to the model.They dont have any with pics that dont have anything but the back window, they all had side windows too
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You can get the 100R without windows FYI
huh, I did no know that...I stand corrected. Then yes, probably a 100R because of the aluminum frame rear window and 2 latch handles.
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nice to know what the interior headliner carpet usually run on one of those 100r's
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It's my new beast. They wanted 32k here in ND for it but I was able to get it in VA with the grille guard, sliders, shell and tow hitch and still paid less then 28k. Its getting delivered in 2 weeks

$32k $28k WTF mate? It's a regular cab 4x4, $24k tops if automatic and you can't haggle. I'll sell you the same truck for $26!!!
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Old 05-31-2014, 05:43 PM   #13
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What model shell is this?

I have the commercial version of the 100R , the 100RCC , mine has the side sliders , removeable sliding front window and the carpeted liner plus the reinforced roof and contractor rack
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Here in north dakota because of the oil field prices are crazy and 4x4 here means a minimum of 3k more. They dont even have any '14's in the regular cab here either. I had all the extras added on to it and it was still cheaper to get it in virginia then here. And therea only one dealer for toyota here in nd so they twnd to haggle less
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