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Old 10-25-2010
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My Truck Bed Tie-Down Points

I added some Airline/Logistic Track to my truck bed rails, and planning to add more to the tailgate and bed floor at a later date. This gives me more options to secure cargo in the bed.







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Nice! Where'd you get it at?
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I want... but wow the clips expensive in the first link.

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looks good but expensive .... im good with my factory tie downs and the stake pocket ones personally

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I got the single stud fittings (clip rings) out of totaled Ambulances.
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That is really a cool system! A little out of my price range though. I have bought some of those ones made by I think Bully that you can move around or take off when you don't need them and they work good for me. Good job on the bed liner!
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nice!!!!!!!!!!!!


i want the system that the nissan trucks have in them. my cousins titan is fing amazing when we have to tie down stuff.
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nice '10 bed bolts
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i have been looking for a better system for my truck... im really liking this one
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Looks good! I'd like to do something similar but it doesn't look like it'd work with my tonneau cover.
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What is great about this type of system, you can cut them and install it anywhere you want. I put some on the tail gate also.



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