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LIVE OUT OF YOUR 4X4 WITH THESE BAKKIE-BED PRODUCTS Image

LIVE OUT OF YOUR 4X4 WITH THESE BAKKIE-BED PRODUCTS

LIVE OUT OF YOUR 4X4 WITH THESE BAKKIE-BED PRODUCTS by Taylor Straley August 7, 2018 Original Article Published here in FourWheeler.Com by Ben Battles.  Landing somewhere between glamping and rolling yourself up in a tarp on the ground like a burrito is living out of the bed of your bakkie. Doing it for a while forces you to make smart and minimal alternations to your everyday lifestyle. Needless to say, no flat screen TV, no fully loaded self-contained kitchen, and probably no room for that espresso machine. On the plus side, though, it’s not a tarp. First and foremost, I’ve always found that (if...

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DECKED FEATURED IN OVERLAND JOURNAL'S ULTIMATE TACOMA BUILD Image

DECKED FEATURED IN OVERLAND JOURNAL'S ULTIMATE TACOMA BUILD

DECKED FEATURED IN OVERLAND JOURNAL'S ULTIMATE TACOMA BUILD by Greg Randolph March 26, 2018 TOOL OF THE TRADE Scott Brady / March 24th, 2018 Throughout the history of our publication, the Toyota Tacoma has remained the most popular vehicle among our readers, a reflection of the model’s reliability and accessibility. As travelers, we ask a lot from our 4WDs, expecting durability, capability, comfort, and capacity, all the while hoping for a great value and even some rugged good looks thrown in. The Tacoma is all of that and so much more, and has become an icon for North American overlanders. Editor’s Note:...

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ACCESSORIZE THE DECKED SYSTEM TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS

ACCESSORIZE THE DECKED SYSTEM TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS by Bill Hayes August 9, 2016 One of the things - among many - that makes DECKED cool is its ability to be accessorized in a way that’ll suit your specific needs. In addition to the variety of accessories we offer, you can use DECKED with a host of interesting and useful products to maximize the efficiency of your vehicle's bed or cargo bay. DECKED ACCESSORIES: Core Trax tie-downs Beyond simply providing tie-down points for the top of the deck, the track allows for attachment loops to be placed in 1” increments anywhere along...

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TRUCK BRIGADE'S OVERLAND F150 BUILD Image

TRUCK BRIGADE'S OVERLAND F150 BUILD

TRUCK BRIGADE'S OVERLAND F150 BUILD by Bergen Palmer February 25, 2020   If you are looking for some inspiration on your F150 build, look no further. The team at Truck Brigade just dropped this detailed breakdown of their F150 and spoiler alert... its DECKED out. Take a look at their write up below or see the original post here.   The Ford F150 is not the traditional platform for an Overland build, but we have been more than happy with its capability and reliability. When we were deciding what platform we should build, we knew that the F150 wasn’t the top choice...

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BEST TONNEAU COVERS (WE COMPARE 12 TYPES)

BEST TONNEAU COVERS (WE COMPARE 12 TYPES) by Bergen Palmer May 14, 2020   The best tonneau cover for you depends on your needs, how you plan to use your bakkie, what features are important to you, and your budget. We looked at cost, customer reviews, style, and performance test results to find the best options on the market. Q:  By the way, where in the *&$% did the word "Tonneau Cover" come from?   A:  It's French, for the part of a car open to the air with no seats. Go figure.  Check Our DECKED Tonneau Covers WHAT MAKES A DAMN GOOD...

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DR DECKED WHY DONT MEN READ THE INSTRUCTIONS Image

DR DECKED WHY DONT MEN READ THE INSTRUCTIONS

Now Dr. DECKED is not a real medical doctor, psychologist or otherwise, and unfortunately I have never played one on television either, so I don’t have substantial residual income from the Screen Actors Guild from long term reruns of a TV series broadcast in a foreign country. Dr. DECKED is not a real doctor, or at least not a medical one. However, he is an expert on male issues, like not reading the directions. That being said, it hasn’t kept the Good Doctor from thinking deep thoughts and pondering the psychology of why men seem to avoid reading the printed...

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ERGONOMIC WHITE PAPER SUPPORTS DECKED Image

ERGONOMIC WHITE PAPER SUPPORTS DECKED

Prepared for DECKED by: Mary Smith, (B.S.E., M.S.E. IOE) independent human factors expert, Detroit, MI To read the entire paper CLICK HERE. Working out of trucks and vans invites the gamut of poor ergonomic situations as well as time wasted crawling into vehicles or digging around in cross-over toolboxes to access needed items. Over time these situations can lead to over-use injuries and missed time at work.Having an ergonomically favorable work environment saves time and money and leads to healthier, more productive workers. DECKED reduces trips in and out of vehicles putting essential items in the "power zone" between the waist...

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DECKED INTRODUCES THE D BOX THE ULTIMATE TOOLBOX FOR DECKED OWNERS Image

DECKED INTRODUCES THE D BOX THE ULTIMATE TOOLBOX FOR DECKED OWNERS

DECKED introduces the D-Box adding yet more functionality and efficiency to DECKED drawer storage and organization. Designed with what Dr DECKED calls RuNDoT (Russian Nesting Doll Technology) the D-Box is shaped to nest inside system drawers with zero loss of space of functionality. It's the ultimate toolbox, tackle box, gear box, or jewelry box for the DECKED system. DECKED D-BOX Short DECKED systems can hold two D-Boxes per side and regular systems can hold three per side. Made from bomber polyethylene with 1500 cubic inches of storage capacity per box, DECKED system owners can now maximize the modular storage possible with their systems.  Weatherproof...

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WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE DECKED?

Toolboxes and storage options for trucks and vans run the gamut, and there are some great options out there. So what makes DECKED worth it, or - dare we say it - better? Why should you choose DECKED? CROSSOVER TOOLBOXES One of the more popular ways to organize or store gear in a truck bed are crossover toolboxes, which represent a fairly inexpensive, simple, and secure way of achieving that goal. Unfortunately, they don’t address accessing what you’ve stored; you’re still crawling up inside the bed or straining to reach in over the side, and ultimately fishing around in a...

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