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  • #16
    Originally posted by Joey-D View Post

    That is one piss-poor job of combining several photos, AKA Photoshop. Am I the only one to notice the guy on the left is not just big, he is a giant. If that were a real picture, I think he would be minimally 7"6", and maybe even 8' tall.

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    • #17
      Check out ExtendoBed!

      Extendobed has a truck bed extender that slides out 100% and is an excellent bed slide. Check it out a http://www.extendobed.com





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      • #18
        Are these drawers protected by patents?

        I have seen a Cargo bed in the flesh , and they seem built to last and very durable. I was impressed with the fit and finish and how robust they seem to be built. I was just curious if these are patented or if anybody can steal the design.

        www.cargobed.com

        There seem to be a lot of guys having them installed on pipeliner welding skids in Canada. I like the convenience of being able to pull the machine out for service and maintainace.
        I have a welding addiction

        ...the only stupid question is the one you didn't ask

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        • #19
          Originally posted by sturugged View Post
          I have seen a Cargo bed in the flesh , and they seem built to last and very durable. I was impressed with the fit and finish and how robust they seem to be built. I was just curious if these are patented or if anybody can steal the design.

          www.cargobed.com

          There seem to be a lot of guys having them installed on pipeliner welding skids in Canada. I like the convenience of being able to pull the machine out for service and maintainace.

          I know the Cargo Beds are patent in the US and Canada: cargobed technology,trademarks and patents

          It is especially handy in a skid application where you have limited space. Sometimes guys have things so packed in that they have to roll their machine part way out to get adequate airflow.
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