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Old 07-05-2013, 02:54 PM
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thanks for the feedback guys! Nice to hear the perspective of actual owners before buying. One last question; do we have any motorcycle owners who haul their bike in a RamBox equipped truck? Just curious if the lost width makes tying it down a pain. I currently own a 2009 Yamaha R1 and do a LOT of track days. In fact that is my main reason for buying the truck.
I don't own a bike, but I would think having the Ramboxes would make it a bit easier??

There are 4 tie down hooks in the bed wall of the truck (2 at the front and two at the back), also with the Rambox you get 4 tie down hooks that slide along the rail system so that makes it even easier.

You also get a bed divider, and though I think a bike would be too long to use it properly, it sure is great for blocking sections off.

I have an F1 cover on my truck and the other day I had to take my lawnmower in for service, so I put it in the truck closed the F1 cover up the handle to prevent it moving one way, and then put the bed divider behind the wheel to prevent it from moving the other way!

Works a treat if you ask me.

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thanks for the feedback guys! Nice to hear the perspective of actual owners before buying. One last question; do we have any motorcycle owners who haul their bike in a RamBox equipped truck? Just curious if the lost width makes tying it down a pain. I currently own a 2009 Yamaha R1 and do a LOT of track days. In fact that is my main reason for buying the truck.
I've seen bikes in back with ramboxes, obviously the rear tire ends up on the tail gate, but unless you have a 8ft box it's almost a given

so IMO the ramboxes give you extra storage that you don't need to tie down.

Now I wouldn't use the rails to tie a bike down, but just like in the non ram boxes you get the 4 tie down points redsmart mentioned.

so I see no reason ramboxes and a flipcover would limit you using you box for a bike!
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