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BAMF 5' Bedrack and Tepui Autana Ruggedized Sky

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tacoma Parts Marketplace (2005-2015)' started by MJonaGS32, Jan 31, 2018.

  1. Jan 31, 2018 at 9:41 PM
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    MJonaGS32

    MJonaGS32 [OP] MJ on a GS

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    BAMF bed rack for DCSB. Powdercoated black. Comes with inner spare tire mount, tie downs at each corner, Hi-Lift mount, Road Shower mount, quick coupler disconnects (to install/remove rack super easy), and dust light mounts. The rack probably retails for over $1100, but selling it for $600 because it is slightly bent from when a tree fell on top of my previous RTT. But my new RTT mounts right onto it, so there are no mounting issues. It'll probably bother you if you're anal AF.

    Tepui Autana Sky Ruggedized in Olive Green with annex. Less than 6 months old. There are interior LEDs with a switch and LEDS underneath the tent base to provide light in the bed. $2000

    Willing to throw in the reverse lights, amber dust lights, shovel and awning mounts if you buy both rack and tent.

    Located in NorCal but can drop off in SoCal as well.

    old pics




    Bay Area Metal Fabrication Bed Rack link
    Tepui Autana Sky Ruggedized link
     
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  2. Feb 1, 2018 at 11:31 AM
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    MJonaGS32

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  3. Feb 1, 2018 at 11:35 AM
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    Jibbs

    Jibbs "When in doubt, throttle out!"

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    But long bed
     
  5. Feb 1, 2018 at 11:59 AM
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    Jibbs "When in doubt, throttle out!"

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    Bah you can put a sb rack in a long bed. Most of them just sit on it and get bolted up to the rail.
     
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    Not feeling the goof look
     
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  7. Feb 1, 2018 at 12:09 PM
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    The bed rack wont work with a long bed because it connects to the bed bolts/frame - IMO this is what separates this bed rack from all others. Way better support and its not just weighing down on the bedsides
     
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    Goof? :anonymous:


    GLWS sale OP!

    95271350-C945-48DD-87E3-34A0CB656FF2.jpg
     
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    Yea if you're able to center it like that, it doesn't look bad at all. But you can only do those on the bed racks that rest solely on the bedsides because the frame/bed bolts are different with short vs long beds
     
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    I needed to center it because of the style of tent that I have. I needed access to the cover next to the cab (to remove)
     
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    Yea I positioned my tent to sit a little farther back to have space near the cab too. Can be a PITA when zipping it open/close
     
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    Goddam it... just saw this, awesome deal man
     
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    I'm thinking about buying the Autana for my 2016 Tacoma, can anyone enlighten me as to the pros/cons of bed mounting the tents instead of roof mounting?

    Is it due to noise? Height clearances? MPG affect?

    Thanks,

    AR
     
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    Yes to all the above. Plus your COG is affected to depending on your wheeling habits, that may be something to consider.
     
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    Ditto. Would also add that its easier to put away when you can climb on your tire and/or bedside as oppose to on top of your cab
     

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