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Bed Dividers

Discussion in '3rd Gen. Tacomas (2016+)' started by PilotguyPA28, Aug 20, 2020.

  1. Aug 20, 2020 at 9:25 AM
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    PilotguyPA28

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    If I add a rubber mat will a bed divider still fit? I would think they leave some space at the bottom of the divider. Also, what brand will work on the OEM rails? If I add a Tonneau will I lose use of the OEM rails?
     
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    I ponied up for the Toyota bed divider. The OEM bed mat fits fine under it. Install the divider knobs upside down so they don’t interfere with an over the rail roll up cover.
     
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    Thanks for the tip.
     
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    It's like morning in a cup.

    :pccoffee:
     
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    It's a rule that you have to put it on the back of your KLR. :rofl:
     
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    It's just a regular 6 gallon rectangle milk crate. The square ones are 4 gallon, not sure on the dimensions. I've found them cheap on craigslist, some people will buy hundreds when a dairy goes out of business and sell them for cheap like $2-3 each.

    They're actually great for off roading because you can put gallons of water in there without them flying around.

     
  13. Aug 20, 2020 at 7:38 PM
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    TRD wheels/grill with KO2's,Solid Fold 2.0
    Lots of boxes or mesh or bars.
    I use a crate for misc and a load bar to hold “whatever” at rear bed for access.
    Though the Toyota divider is expensive, that’s the only real device to hold items safely
    Gas cans
    Propane
    Etc

    I wouldn’t trust my load bar slipping up and releasing.

    Be nice to come up w an easy fix and not hundreds of $$
     
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    TRD wheels/grill with KO2's,Solid Fold 2.0
    Moulded slates (as in other brands) in bed sides to hold a 2x6 would do the trick
     
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