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What's in your bed /controlling your cargo?

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Papa Brewski

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How do you control boxes or other cargo from sliding all over your truck bed? I've looked around the post's a bit, and haven't come across an answer for this. How do you keep things from sliding around in the bed of your truck, especially of you have a bed cover? I'd like to see something that can keep items secured towards the back of the bed, as it's kind of a pain to have to open the tonneau cover every time I need to retrieve boxes, or whatever, that I'm transporting in the bed of the truck, because they've slid up towards the cab. I guess a cargo divider could work, but I'm wondering what everyone else uses.
 

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My Bed Rug does a pretty good job of keeping stuff from sliding.
 

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I use an old bungee cord cargo net I had for a cargo basket. It's anchored to the tie downs and cleats so it acts as a (horrible) tonneau cover. There are still hooks on it I use to hold some things in place. I have also put groceries on top of it and acts as basket to hold those.
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Tacoma bed mat, cargo net, and a Reese Explore ratcheting bar (actually very useful).
 

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It was expensive, but I've gotten a ton of use out of my Toyota bed divider. It's very easy to adjust by just sliding it along the factory rails. If you paired it with a rubber mat I think you'd be set.

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The OEM bed mat is damn solid. It’s almost a PIta to put stuff in and out lol. I put some d-rings around the bed also for more tie down points.
 

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Cheap amazon cargo net does the trick for me. Helps keep stuff from sliding too much, though I don't really mind stuff sliding around in the back.
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I probably could have got one of these instead and saved a million dollars from not buying the overpriced Toyota divider, lol.
 

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I wanted to keep gear secure, dry, and somewhat clean so I have a Diamondback SE cover paired with a BedSlide 1000. This allows me to slide everything out and not have to crawl into the bed to get stuff way in the back.
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Oem bed mat and oem bed divider. Ive even used the bed divider to mount my traction boards and rotopax to keep them out of the way.
 

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Oem bed mat and oem bed divider. Ive even used the bed divider to mount my traction boards and rotopax to keep them out of the way.
I love the bed divider, but the screws holding it to its rail mounts fell out of both sides of mine. So now the only thing holding it in place are the adjustable knobs. Strange thing for the screws to fall out of considering they aren't on a moving/vibrating component.
 

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I love the bed divider, but the screws holding it to its rail mounts fell out of both sides of mine. So now the only thing holding it in place are the adjustable knobs. Strange thing for the screws to fall out of considering they aren't on a moving/vibrating component.
Yeah ive heard that once before. I take mine on amd off alot depending what I'm running in the bed and all good so far.
 
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Papa Brewski

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This weekend I went ahead and bought the Toyota bed mat, and it is a huge improvement.
This is the first time I've had a truck with a tonneau cover, and I have to say, I''m not hating it now.
 
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