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How to Install Additional Cargo Tie-Downs

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Re: How to Install Additional Cargo Tie-Downs

Postby CaptainMorgan » Jun 22 2013, 8:17pm

a lot of people have just never updated their fitment guide. Here is a pic of my 2013 x cab with them in the front bed wall. Ive also got them in the other two spots on the side. I just had to move them from the front corners for the tonneau to mount. Even with the line-x they fit back in fine, a little more tight, and they had to be wiggled in, but fit great.
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Re: How to Install Additional Cargo Tie-Downs

Postby esox07 » Jun 23 2013, 1:08am

I wish I could afford a cover. Maybe down the road. I have towing mirrors and floor mats on the way now. I will probably order 2-3 pair of Deezee tie downs soon as well.
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Re: How to Install Additional Cargo Tie-Downs

Postby n8dh » Feb 17 2015, 3:26pm

Sorry to wake this from the dead, but if I would take out those plastic things before I get the bed sprayed in Line-X, would it be possible to mount the tie downs after they were sprayed?

The reason I'm asking is because I kind of just had this idea on the weekend and no place around me could have them in before today, and my appointment is at 1pm this afternoon. I figure it shouldn't be a problem if I just take out the plastic pieces and then add the tie down hooks after?
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Re: How to Install Additional Cargo Tie-Downs

Postby kurts4x4 » Feb 23 2015, 1:49am

Yes removing the plastic covers prior to having the liner sprayed in would work.
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