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Old 09-19-2006
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FYI: Tonneau

Ok guys, here's some pics of what I did to my 94 Ranger....I opted for a toolbox (carry jack, 4 way, etc. in) and used a Sportrac FACTORY tonneau cover..............DON'T CARE what ya think of it, I LIKE IT!
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Food for thought, specially for you 4X4 boys that need to haul tow ropes, chains, & such................
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Looks good!
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i like it..

im lookin at gettin another one.

the one i have now..you have to down the tailgate to open.i want a snap one so i can shave the tailgate..i got a lady in Charleston that makes em

but that looks really good man
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I like it! I want a roll pan lke yours, where did you get it/price?
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I like it! I want a roll pan lke yours, where did you get it/price?
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THANKS for the COMPLIMENTS!

Rollpan was bought on Ebay for $10 & $28.90 shippin...........
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looks good...

most shops have toolbox size covers for every vehicle though, but gald to hear the sport track one worked...
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Looks good to me, I don't care for that style box, but it still looks good. I like your wheels!
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Hey, how wide/deep is that box (from the window to the tonneau)??
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Ahhhh............

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Hey, how wide/deep is that box (from the window to the tonneau)??
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I did measure it before I put the box in, if I remember correctly, it was like 21-22 inches (the box that is)....................

THANKS for the COMPLIMENTS guys!!!
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looks good
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i know this is an old post, but Tim do you have any pictures of how it meets the toolbox? and how wide is your tool box from the front (near the cab) to the rear (next to the cover)?
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i know this is an old post, but Tim do you have any pictures of how it meets the toolbox? and how wide is your tool box from the front (near the cab) to the rear (next to the cover)?
I second that motion.
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