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Old 04-12-2009, 12:05 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can buy a deck rail system for the x-runner(access cab)? My cousin just bought a xrunner and just noticed that the deck rail system was missing. Part numbers will help. Thanks!
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Old 04-19-2009, 07:28 AM   #2
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Old 04-19-2009, 01:32 PM   #3
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Nah we bought it used..and it was certified. its the whole set up...but yeah we ended up taking it back to the dealer complaining so we ended up getting it for free.
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excellent work. the certified used car means they strive to give you a car closest to new from the factory. missing deck rail should no question be included
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excellent work. the certified used car means they strive to give you a car closest to new from the factory. missing deck rail should no question be included
::shakes head:: Certified means that they completed a checklist and tacked a few grand onto the price. I'd be willing to be that the checklist did not include to check for the bed rails. (doubly so if the used car dealer was not a Toyota place)

Good on the dealer for making it right tho!!
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I dont even think they checked the checklist to tell you the truth. The xrunner was an 05 with 20k miles on it and we bought it for 18k out the door. The stuff were missing:
- Deck Rail System
- Some clips
- Tire Jack
- Engine valve cover
- Was not even prepped! (but thats ok, i detail cars for a hobby and wouldn't want dealer to put on buffer swirls)

Why did we buy it? Cuz it only had 20k miles, had the certified warranty and was the only dealer around my area that gave us the lowest price.

In the end we got everything missing for free so I think it was well worth it.
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Old 04-19-2009, 03:24 PM   #8
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And to get back on topic:
If anyone is looking for the part#, I think i found it:
http://www.toyota-parts.com/PD-PT785....aspx?MakeID=1

They have one for the short beds too.
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Nah we bought it used..and it was certified. its the whole set up...but yeah we ended up taking it back to the dealer complaining so we ended up getting it for free.
Good deal! At least they righted it!
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Hey TW! Very minor insignificant request, for sure, but if it can solved by a simple query to this forum, then fine... looking for an end cap for the deck rail in 2013 Tacoma. Anyone got one they're willing to part with? To me, just a little annoying not having the complete set... please let me know if you have one, or know how I might acquire one on my own... text on the inside shows "26647A 6 >PA66<"

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Hey TW! Very minor insignificant request, for sure, but if it can solved by a simple query to this forum, then fine... looking for an end cap for the deck rail in 2013 Tacoma. Anyone got one they're willing to part with? To me, just a little annoying not having the complete set... please let me know if you have one, or know how I might acquire one on my own... text on the inside shows "26647A 6 >PA66<"

I've spoken with the parts department at my local dealer about these a few months ago. Apparently they're not sold separately and were only sold as a part of the entire rail assembly.
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Hey TW! Very minor insignificant request, for sure, but if it can solved by a simple query to this forum, then fine... looking for an end cap for the deck rail in 2013 Tacoma. Anyone got one they're willing to part with? To me, just a little annoying not having the complete set... please let me know if you have one, or know how I might acquire one on my own..

I should have a few lying around. I'll check when I get back to my truck.
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