Cargo Management

Don

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Ok, now that I am built (Thanks 3*B) I am thinking about cargo management. As I am getting a Rambar and Spare tire holder in the rear I want to prove to my spouse that I can get groceries and haul the kids (I'm giving up my Trackhawk for this). Anyone have suggestions on an all weather (rear only) divider for the ram?



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Following, i want one also for the same reason!
 

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I have those swing cases on my current truck and a simple bar that I can place across the bed to hold things in place. The swing cases block the lights in the bed of the TRX, so I was in search of something different. Ended up buying a 108qt Plano sportsman case and then bought 4 32lb magnets on threaded studs that I mounted on the corners. $50 for everything. I may even do a couple more.

This gives me complete flexibility to move it around the bed to fit other items, but also it will hold tight in place wherever I put it.

Just another idea maybe more off the wall.
 

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this one looks pretty good
I had read that you forfeit the ability to use the adjustable tie downs that come with the bed utility group with this divider. It comes with rails that you mount to the rails included with the bed utility group. Don't know that first hand. Just read it on a forum.
 

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I had read that you forfeit the ability to use the adjustable tie downs that come with the bed utility group with this divider. It comes with rails that you mount to the rails included with the bed utility group. Don't know that first hand. Just read it on a forum.
Ugh....nevermind
 

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Fwiw, the only problem with the Decked system is its weight which is around 200 pounds with nothing in it.

With any real cargo in there it will make the truck squat, probably to level, which on one hand is sort of positive if you like level but it's not really the proper way to level a truck as the rear will lose travel and also be prone to more sway/bounce when driven aggressively, especially off road. All this because of the nature of the truck and what its focus is. On my 18 Raptor with the Decked system I had to swap to heavy duty leaf springs to compensate and bring the suspension back to stock height/travel ... I'm not sure how to do that on the TRX rear suspension.
 

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my suggestion for the kids.
 

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