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Old 04-08-2012, 11:56 AM   #1
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Originally poste in 'Basecamp Lounge' , my bad. Pics of Truck Mods;

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It looks like your "Back Flip" flips up against the cab to allow access to the toolbox, is that correct? That's one reason I've shied away from them is because I didn't see any way to access my toolbox.
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Old 04-09-2012, 06:42 AM   #3
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It looks like your "Back Flip" flips up against the cab to allow access to the toolbox, is that correct? That's one reason I've shied away from them is because I didn't see any way to access my toolbox.
That is correct, and I can prop it up to ride like that if needed, or can lay that portion down and secure it, in order to hook-up and tow.
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What toolbox/ fuel cell combo is that? Thinking about doing that myself.
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Was already mounted, as was the B&W hitch, when I bought the truck. It was a selling point. The toolbox/fuel cell combo has a tag that has 'Rhino' on it. There were other trucks on the lot that would have been sufficient, 250's and 350's, but for the price, and I took the milage into consideration too, I figured I couldn't go wrong, and I amnotdisappointed.
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The holders for your jerry cans did you make them or buy them . If you bought them do you mind my asking where. I am interested in the singal holder.
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I fashioned them from angle iron and flat bar, and used self drilling screws to secure them to the bed and side and toolbox. Actual carriers are madespecifically for the Jerry cans, but were $23 dollars or more, got the Jerry cans on ebay for something like $140 I think, about $35 each, which was decent, comprable...
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Thank you for the answer. Want to make a single one.
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Ruck, what do you do for tie downs when you have a tall load and have the Back Flip open? We have very strict "cover your load" laws in our state and I need to be able to tie my cargo net over a tall load.
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Ruck, what do you do for tie downs when you have a tall load and have the Back Flip open? We have very strict "cover your load" laws in our state and I need to be able to tie my cargo net over a tall load.

Haven't been in that situation and don't have any special tie-ins, reckon I'd use bungee's and hook under the fenders/bumper...... ??

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