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Re: AEV Prospector XL Tray Bed Edition

Postby TankerZak » Fri Jun 02, 2017 10:20 pm

RustyPW wrote:
Bill2014 wrote:There are lots of times when a flatbed would have come in handy (since I don't have ramboxes anyway). But come on - a bed that is 5 feet off the ground: :doh:

I keep a 3 step, step ladder in the bed of mine now so that I don't have to jump up to get inside the bed.

I put in an AMP bed step. With the BackFlip Revolver X2 tonneau and Ramboxs it's an AMAZING combination!!

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Re: AEV Prospector XL Tray Bed Edition

Postby RustyPW » Sat Jun 03, 2017 7:45 pm

TankerZak wrote:
RustyPW wrote:
Bill2014 wrote:There are lots of times when a flatbed would have come in handy (since I don't have ramboxes anyway). But come on - a bed that is 5 feet off the ground: :doh:

I keep a 3 step, step ladder in the bed of mine now so that I don't have to jump up to get inside the bed.

I put in an AMP bed step. With the BackFlip Revolver X2 tonneau and Ramboxs it's an AMAZING combination!!

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Sounds nice. But can you take your AMP bed steps to the front and use them to climb inside the engine compartment? Like I do with my step ladder? :lol:
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Re: AEV Prospector XL Tray Bed Edition

Postby Colibri » Sat Jun 03, 2017 8:21 pm

On my m35a2 the flatbed is about head high, but it's only loaded by machinery lol
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Re: AEV Prospector XL Tray Bed Edition

Postby DamageWagon » Sat Jun 03, 2017 8:45 pm

RustyPW wrote:
TankerZak wrote:
RustyPW wrote:[quote="Bill2014"]There are lots of times when a flatbed would have come in handy (since I don't have ramboxes anyway). But come on - a bed that is 5 feet off the ground: :doh:

I keep a 3 step, step ladder in the bed of mine now so that I don't have to jump up to get inside the bed.

I put in an AMP bed step. With the BackFlip Revolver X2 tonneau and Ramboxs it's an AMAZING combination!!

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Sounds nice. But can you take your AMP bed steps to the front and use them to climb inside the engine compartment? Like I do with my step ladder? :lol:[/quote]

Sure, by a bull bar [emoji2] mine has two full steps built in.
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Re: AEV Prospector XL Tray Bed Edition

Postby adeluca73 » Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:06 pm

MikeKey wrote:
yellowranger1 wrote:I think some of you guys are overestimating the intended use of the aluminum tray bed... maybe haul some camping/hunting gear around, but it's not meant to be a work/ranch truck that sees "real" use. These things seem to be more or less a platform for a camper, or light duty use.... Or just look plain cool cruising the mall parking lot or Starbucks drive thru.


Last point is it. These are for rich guys who want to look manly. :popcorn:



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