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Old 07-23-2013, 01:07 PM   #43
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Joe, How did you make the chair rack? We always feel the need to take extra chairs for folks and we have ended up using way to much space for them.

Let's try this
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Old 07-24-2013, 06:29 AM   #44
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Airperson here, Joe the pictures are awesome. Wow, you did a great job. We are going to give it a try. I know our project won't compare but your idea is exactly what we need. Thanks again for the posting.
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Old 07-26-2013, 06:37 AM   #45
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Airperson here, Joe the pictures are awesome. Wow, you did a great job. We are going to give it a try. I know our project won't compare but your idea is exactly what we need. Thanks again for the posting.

Thank you, this design is not all that difficult to build. It does require a 3/4" EMT bender though, also available at H. D. The chair on the extreme right is a lounge chair that took up two + spaces. You can probably fit six standard beach chairs in that width. I did not make it the full 48" width of the slide out. There would not have been enough clearance at the top when fully extended due to the shape of the top of the cap.
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Old 07-27-2013, 06:41 AM   #46
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Nice thread. On my list. Appreciate the mods and experience.
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Old 08-12-2013, 12:31 PM   #47
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The wife and I just finished installing a BedSlide in my truck. It works real nice and I'm sure will prove it's worth in the years to come.
The directions for the unit aren't all that clear and actually misleading, and some shipping damage, but no use boring all of you with the details. Ordered a replacement part for the damaged part then used a Dremmel cut off tool, and a couple of holes drilled in the right places fixed everything.
Sorry, no pix. I had my hands full with just getting this 293# unit in the truck bed without scratching the bed all up then securing it in place. A few felt pads between the bed and the frame of the slider worked great to slide the thing in place.
I was able to use a skid loader with a set of forks to lift the unit to the height of the tailgate. If you don't have a skid loader I recommend recruiting a few helpers to lift it. Then it only takes 2 to do the rest.
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