Matt Hardinge, diehard upland hunter, fish slayer and all around good guy has been using a DECKED system in his tacoma for quite some time. After a season of long days and a stack of birds he was kind enough to give a write up of his experience with the DECKED system.
Got a van? The DECKED storage system is not just for trucks, we also fit various cargo vans such as the Sprinter, Dodge ProMaster, Ford Transit, Ford Econoline, Nissan NV, Chevy Express and GMC Savana. Check out this custom Sprinter Van Conversion featuring the DECKED drawers.
“We always buy the right tool even if it’s the most expensive. You just do it right the first time. And we break everything. Which is why we put DECKED in our work trucks and our chase truck. It’s one thing we know we don’t have to worry about.”
Trouth has twelve trucks outfitted with DECKED and as owner, Rusty Trouth says, “I wasn’t too sure at first, but that’s what the guys wanted. Turns out it’s become an indispensable part of our vehicle program, we put them in every truck we buy. We love them.”
We carry a lot of stuff around with us. It's one of the perks of owning a van, but also one of the realities of our life: We're constantly in need of tools, spares, and all the other odds and ends necessary to support a life of project cars and racing. And for the most part, we'd been doing okay with our hodgepodge of storage bins and toolboxes.
Antonio's trusty Ford Super Duty carries the tools and materials of his trade from job to job with DECKED truck bed drawers. "All of my tools fit in the drawers perfectly. I wash my truck weekly and my stuff is never wet. No one sees a ‘work truck’ with toolboxes."
Original Article Published Issue 32 of OUTDOORX4.com HERE.
Words by Bill Dragoo | Photos by Susan Dragoo
"Our DECKED drawer system adds secure, accessible storage to an otherwise cramped set-up. DECKED cargo drawer system to carry and hide gear below the raised, main deck area. With their form-fitting D-Boxes, this system has helped significantly in organizing our gear."
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