DECKED Help Center

General Questions

What does "weatherproof" mean?

Our Drawer Systems are weatherproof, but you can still get some water in them (they don’t seal like Tupperware). Anything that is airborne, like mist, dust, or really fine particle snow can get in the drawers – usually in small amounts.  In most cases the drawers will stay dry, but please use caution (e.g. car washes).  Also, the four ammo cans are not waterproof, but you can drill drain holes in the bottoms if you wish.

Short water test video of the Drawer System

Will DECKED products affect the paint on my bed?

Anything you put in the back of your truck can scratch or wear the paint, including a Drawer System, Tool Box, or CargoGlide. DECKED products may blemish your paint and possibly even scratch it a little if grit gets underneath them. This is not typically an issue for our customers, and only light cosmetic damage can be expected, if any. 

Do you offer Financing?

Yes. We offer financing through Affirm. Click here for more information: DECKED.com/Affirm

Do DECKED products come with Accessories?

All DECKED Drawer Systems come standard with the following accessories included at no extra charge (and included in the FREE Drawer System shipping policy)
(1) D-Box Desert Tan
(1) Crossbox Desert Tan
(1) DRAWERGANIZER™
Set of (2) wide Drawer Dividers (fits both full-size System Drawers and wide midsize System Drawer)

All DECKED Tool Boxes ordered come standard with the following accessories included at no extra charge (and included in the FREE Tool Box shipping policy)
(1) Tool Box Tray
(1) Snack Tray

All DECKED CargoGlides XLs come with included at no extra charge (and included in the FREE CargoGlide shipping policy)
High Sides
Tie-downs

All DECKED CargoGlides come with included at no extra charge (and included in the FREE CargoGlide shipping policy)
Tie-downs

Additional accessories offered in addition to the items above include Drawer Locks, Core Trax Tie Downs, Piecekeepers gun holders, Drain Plugs, Narrow Midsize Drawer Dividers, T-Tracks for Yakima and Thule Racks, the DECKED, D-Bag (DrawerBag), emergency/survival kits, and much more...

Additional accessories can be viewed HERE.

What is HDPE and why do you use it?

DECKED spent 18 months investigating materials that would work best for our Drawer System and Tool Box. We chose to use High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) to build our Drawer Systems and Tool Boxes due to its extremely durable composition and weatherproof nature. We add a UV enhancer to the HDPE in our Drawer Systems and Tool Boxes to protect them from the sun’s harmful rays. Our HDPE components are precision formed, meticulously engineered, and supported by a steel subframe – resulting in products that last long and work as hard as you do.

Are DECKED products dangerously flammable?

No. DECKED products have been tested extensively and approved for health and safety standards. Our Drawer System, Tool Box, CargoGlide, and Accessories have passed the FVMVSS 302 flammability certifications.

This standard allows for a 102mm/sec burn rate and DECKED products passed at 32.6mm/sec. Our main material, HDPE, is self-extinguishing. However, lighting yourself on fire and crawling into a drawer is still not recommended. 

Where can I find technical specs?

Compatibility

What truck models and years do DECKED products fit?

Please refer to our fitment guide: FITMENT GUIDE

Why don't I see my vehicle in the selector?

If you don't see your vehicle in our selector, it's because we do not make a DECKED product specifically for it.

Our engineers included the widest range of vehicles for each make / model / year and bed length possible to work within our systems specifications. DECKED cannot support the installation of a system into a vehicle for which it is not designed, and we do not do custom orders. Due to liability concerns, we cannot answer any questions for you on how to potentially modify an existing system to fit.

Do DECKED products fit midsize trucks?

DECKED Drawer Systems fit midsize trucks including the Tacoma, Colorado, Canyon and Frontier in North America as well as for vehicles like the HiLux, Amarok, Navara and Ranger internationally. Each Drawer System is designed to custom fit your truck like a glove and is easily removed or reinstalled. 

DECKED CargoGlides are compatible with midsize trucks. Refer to our product selector for a complete fitment guide. 

DECKED Tool Boxes DO NOT fit midsize trucks. Refer to our product selector for a complete fitment guide. 

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PRODUCT SELECTOR

Do DECKED products fit my extended van?

DECKED Drawer Systems DO NOT fit most extended vans. With the extended body, the Drawer System sits too far forward of the rear door opening and it was not ergonomically feasible, especially in regard to Sprinter vans. 

The DECKED Tool Box and DECKED CargoGlide are not compatible with extended vans.

We do fit the Econoline EXT with a 138" wheelbase HERE.

Do DECKED products fit in my van (Transit, Sprinter, etc.) with dual rear wheels?

The Drawer System WILL NOT FIT extended vans or Transit vans with dual rear wheels. The dual rear wheels will protrude inbound into the space where our drawers reside.

The Tool Box and CargoGlide WILL NOT FIT extended vans or Transit vans with dual rear wheels.

Are DECKED products compatible with an 8’ pickup bed?

You know it, chairman! 

Drawer Systems: We use our 75.25" long "standard" length Drawer System engineered to fit an 8' bed. Once installed, there will be between 17" and 20" of space cab-side where you can fit a Tool Box or a fuel transfer tank. Read more about this fitment and compatible products HERE

The Tool Box and the CargoGlide are compatible with 8’ beds. Check out our PRODUCT SELECTOR to find a product that fits your 8’ bed.

Are DECKED products compatible with SUVs or Jeeps?

Not at this time. We have added these ideas to our product review process. We do make a Drawer System for Jeep Gladiators. Find it in our Vehicle Selector HERE.

Are DECKED products compatible with the Dodge RamBox Cargo Management System?

Our Drawer System fits the RamBox. Check it out here: DECKED DRAWER SYSTEM FOR RAMBOX

The Tool Box and CargoGlide are NOT COMPATIBLE with the Dodge RamBox.

Are DECKED products compatible with the Chevy Avalanche?

No. The Chevy Avalanche’s bed dimensions DO NOT accommodate the Drawer System, Tool Box, or CargoGlide. 

Will my spray-in bed liner cause a problem?

Nope, you can use a Drawer System, Tool Box, and CargoGlide with your spray-in bed liner. We have taken into account the normal additional volume and created enough lateral space to accommodate a spray-in liner (unless your installer went crazy with the amount of material they added to your truck bed) you should be fine. 

Note: some of our Drawer Systems require that you replace the factory tie-down brackets. You will need to heat up the spray-in material, cut around the tie-down bracket, and then peel the spray-in material away. It is recommended that you use a heat gun or hair dryer to warm the spray-in material. Once you have removed the bracket, you can install the new bracket that comes with your Drawer System.

Can I keep my plastic drop-in bed liner?

Plastic drop-in bed liners are NOT compatible with the Drawer System or CargoGlide, but can stay in your truck with a Tool Box.

Are DECKED products compatible with bed rugs?

The Drawer System and Tool Box are compatible with a Bed Rug mat. For the Drawer System, be aware it will be a very snug fit. Initially, the wheels will wear on the rug until they wear through enough to roll smoothly. If you have a Bed Rug full liner, the fit will be very snug so we generally don't recommend it, especially if there is a spray-in liner as well. But it can be done.

Are DECKED products compatible with Gun Racks?

Drawer Systems are compatible with gun racks like Kolpin, but we recommend taking a look at our Piecekeepers gun holders first. 

The Tool Box and CargoGlide are not compatible with Gun Racks.

Click here for best practices: DECKED DRAWERS COMPATIBLE WITH GUN RACKS.

Are DECKED products compatible with a fifth wheel, gooseneck, or RAM towing package?

The towing package on the RAM 2500 and 3500 is NOT compatible with a Drawer System. The lighting harness protrudes too far into the bed and interferes with the tailgate ammo can placement. The RAM 1500 IS compatible with a Drawer System. 

Other towing packages such as a fifth wheel, or gooseneck are also NOT compatible with Drawer Systems. 

DECKED CargoGlide is NOT compatible with a fifth wheel or gooseneck trailer. 

The DECKED Tool Box is compatible with fifth-wheels and goosenecks as long as there is critical clearance for the Tool Box.

It is critical that any Gooseneck or Fifth Wheel has at least 24" depth and 6" height clearance to accommodate the DECKED Tool Box. The Tool Box is 6" in height above the bedrails and takes up 24" between the cab side bed wall and the edge of the Tool Box (including a 2" gap to clear any backup camera). NOTE: If your trailer swings wide while turning, make sure there is extra clearance as needed to avoid hitting the Tool Box on a tight turn. 

Are DECKED products compatible with a side mount toolbox?

The Tool Box and CargoGlide are NOT compatible with side-mount toolboxes. 

Drawer Systems are compatible with certain side-mount toolboxes that clamp to the bed rail and do not require modifying your Drawer System. You will need to measure your truck and find a toolbox that would allow the system clearance. Many side mount toolboxes have legs that rest on the bed of the truck to support the box. You will need to look for a box with a "C" dimension which would rest the box on the system. This dimension would need to be equal to the measurement of the bedrail to the floor minus the height of the Drawer System (12").  

Can I access the storage compartment and/or outlet in a Tacoma with DECKED products?

If you have a Drawer System in your Tacoma, access to the outlet and both storage compartments will be compromised. 

You may remove the storage compartment doors for limited access. The use is compromised, but hey, life ain't always fair, right?! NOTE: you must do this before you install the Drawer System into your Tacoma.

The power outlet can still be used if you insert a flathead pigtail extension cord BEFORE you install the decks. Make sure to have the outlet capped to keep water out. A low-profile pigtail such as the one shown below will work. One can install a weatherproof cover over the female end of the pigtail when not in use.

tacoma outlet

Can I access the outlet and/or bed lights in my Jeep Gladiator with a DECKED products installed?

The Tool Box and CargoGlide are NOT compatible with Jeep Gladiators. 

If you install a Drawer System into your Jeep Gladiator, your access to the outlet will be compromised. The power outlet can still be used if you insert a flat head pigtail extension cord BEFORE you install the decks. Make sure to have the outlet capped to keep water out. A low-profile pigtail such as one like this will work. See images below. One can install a weatherproof cover over the female end of the pigtail when not in use. Modifications may need to be made to the outlet cover, or the cover removed entirely before installation.

The bed lights will mostly be obscured [circled in red below].

Jeep Gladiator bed lighting and power outlet pigtail

Are DECKED products compatible with retractable Tonneau Covers?

The Tool Box is compatible with select Tonneau Covers that can be installed behind the Tool Box tub. We highly suggest that you take measurements to confirm your retractable Tonneau Cover will be compatible. 

CargoGlide is compatible with retractable Tonneau Covers so long as it provides clearance for the depth of your CargoGlide. We suggest you calculate the measurements to make sure that you will have enough space between the top of your CargoGlide and the Tonneau Cover for the items you want to put in your bed.

The Drawer System sits 12" high installed. In order for a retractable Tonneau Cover to work with our Drawer System, you will need to make sure you have enough room between the top of the deck and the bottom-most part of the canister. This distance could be different for each vehicle so you will need to measure what space will be available. We are fairly confident that Retrax is NOT compatible with Drawer Systems (11 5/8" deep canister) but the Roll-N-Lock M-Series (7 1/4" deep canister) and Pace Edwards Switchblade (9 3/4" deep canister) may work. If you have found any other brands that work with DECKED please let us know at service@decked.com!

Are DECKED products compatible with the GMC MultiPro Tailgate Assist Handle?

The Drawer System and CargoGlide are NOT compatible with the GMC Multipro Tailgate Assist Handle. It needs to be removed prior to installation. 

The GMC Multipro Tailgate Assist Handle will not interfere with the Tool Box, so it is compatible.

Are DECKED products compatible with a flareside or stepside Bed?

The Drawer System and CargoGlide are NOT compatible with Flareside or Stepside beds.

Ford: They will not fit the four-door short bed (5′ 6″) Ford F-150 SuperCrew made from 2001 through 2003 or similarly sized truck in 2004-2009 badged as the SuperCrew Heritage. The bed dimensions are just too small with the rounded tailgate.

GM: DECKED Drawer Systems and CargoGlides will not fit GM 1500 trucks with 6'6" Stepside beds or similar. Stepside/Flareside bed dimensions are too narrow and do not accommodate these products.

The Flareside or Stepside bed will not interfere with the Tool Box, so it is compatible.

Are DECKED products compatible with the 2021 Ford F-150 (Raptor and Lightning) Pro Power Onboard electrical generator system?

Ford offers a Pro Power Onboard electrical generator system as an add-on option for the F150 (Raptor and Lightning). 

DECKED produced a specialized Drawer System to maximize compatibility with the new Pro Power Onboard electrical generator. These Systems have distinct part numbers, so be sure to select the appropriate BODY STYLE: 

 

The DECKED DF8 (5'6" bed length) and DF9 (6'6" bed length) Drawer Systems do not have tailgate side ammo cans so you can access the electrical panel! 

 

Are DECKED products with the new 2021 Tundra and Tacoma Trail Edition with the insulated storage?

The Drawer System DOES NOT fit the 2021 Trail Special Edition with the driver's side insulated storage in the truck bed for Tacoma or Tundra. 

Are DECKED products compatible with Leitner Design bed racks?

Our Drawer Systems are compatible with Leitner racks for all vehicles (including Toyota Tacoma) and their bed floor-mounted supports. For more info visit www.leitnerdesigns.com/

Installation

Where can I find a replacement installation instructions?

You can find all of our installation instructions HERE: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Where can I find instructional videos for DECKED?

We have a dedicated area for our fun and insightful videos.

CLICK HERE: INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS

Do I really need to read the installation instructions and get a buddy to help me?

DECKED products have been built to ship in a manner that helps reduce costs to you. Unlike the rocking horse you got your kid for Christmas, the assembly process for DECKED products is fairly straightforward – yet needs to be done in the right order. We highly recommend that you read the installation instructions. 

We made it as easy as possible: less words, more pictures. DECKED products are pretty big and sort of heavy so YES, please get somebody to help you for just a couple of steps. We don’t want you to get hurt, gotta save that back for gettin' after it!

You can find all of our installation instructions HERE: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

What tools do I need to install my new Drawer System?

You will need the following tools:

The installation instructions that came with your DECKED system, if you need another copy, you can CLICK HERE: INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  • Adjustable wrench or ½” and 7/16” open-end wrenches

  • Phillips screwdriver

  • 3/8″ socket

  • 7/16" deep socket

  • 7/32″ Allen wrench

  • Adjustable Wrench that opens to about 1" (this is for the axle nuts = 15/16" inch)


You may also need the following:

  • Torx 30

  • Torx 40

  • 10 mm socket

  • short 7/32" hex wrench

  • electric drill

  • drill stop

  • 1/8" drill bit

  • 1/4" drill bit

  • 3/8" drill bit

  • 5/16" drill bit

  • 9/64" drill bit

  • self-etching primer

  • #2 Phillips screwdriver

Do I need to drill any holes to install a Drawer System in my vehicle?

Full-size trucks require no drilling to install a Drawer System. We have designed and engineered the Drawer System to utilize your full-size truck’s existing tie-downs. Trucks with 8' beds do require drilling on the cab side of the bed. 

Some midsize trucks and vans may require a small amount of drilling to install depending on the make, model and year. In every case it is only a minor amount (4-6 holes) and our instructions offer clear guidance as to how do this properly. 

How do I know if I need to install new tie-down mounts on my truck?

All midsize Drawer Systems except the Colorado/Canyon will require the installation of new tie-down mounts.

All 8' Drawer Systems will require the installation of new tie-down mounts.

If you own a newer short-bed Ford F-150 or a Ford Super Duty or a Toyota Tundra you will need to remove your factory tie-downs and replace them with the hardware we have included with your Drawer System. The Fords require changing out the cab side tie-downs only. The Tundra requires that all four be swapped out.

Some cargo van systems also require installing DECKED tie-down mounts.

Shipping

Do you ship DECKED products to Canada?

Yes, orders placed on DECKED.com can be shipped to Canada, although it may be more convenient to purchase through one of our Canadian dealers. Currently, you can get DECKED through Keystone Canada, Action Truck, and CAP it.

We are working to grow our Canadian dealer network, so stay tuned. To see our latest dealer list CLICK HERE: DEALER LOCATOR

Can I buy DECKED products at a local dealer?

You bet. In fact, we encourage you to go out and meet our dealers. These people love trucks just as much as we do. If we don’t have a dealer in your area then we are happy to drop ship it to you. We have made it as easy as possible to order online and have taken the sting out of shipping costs by offering you free shipping on all Drawer Systems, Tool Boxes, CargoGlides, and accessories.

To see our latest dealer list CLICK HERE: DEALER LOCATOR

Can DECKED products be shipped via UPS, USPS, or FedEx?

No. We wish our Drawer Systems, Tool Boxes, and CargoGlides could fit in a shoebox. But since these bad boys are heavy, they require being shipped via freight right to your front door or picked up and installed at one of our dealer locations.

If you order accessories on their own, they will ship for free using UPS.

NOTE: Your Drawer System, Tool Box, or CargoGlide will ship via a large truck from a contracted freight carrier that specializes in shipping large parcels. Shipments are typically delivered during standard business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

How much does it cost to ship my DECKED products?

Shipping of a DECKED Drawer System, Tool Box, or CargoGlide anywhere in the contiguous U.S. is FREE.

If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, please check our dealer locator or Homedepot.com for more options.

How long will it take to get my new DECKED products?

Orders are normally processed within 5-7 business days. Shipping typically takes 7-14 business days.

NOTE: Your Drawer System, Tool Box, or CargoGlide order will ship via a large truck from a contracted freight carrier that specializes in shipping large parcels. Shipments are typically delivered during standard business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Support

What is DECKED’s return policy?

DECKED RETURN POLICY:

We want to be sure you’re as happy with your DECKED products as we are. If you’re not satisfied with your DECKED.com purchase, we have a no questions asked return policy within 30 days of your purchase. Processing fees and return directions outlined below.

For products purchased from an authorized dealer, their return policy applies— please contact the dealer directly for more information. All returns must be related to a DECKED.com order. We do not offer returns on items purchased outside of DECKED.com.

THE INS AND OUTS OF THE DECKED RETURN POLICY:

Returns for any DECKED product purchased from DECKED.com must be made within 30 days of receiving the shipment for the return to be received and validated.

It must include a DECKED specific RMA number. Every return must include the DECKED RMA number to ensure the refund is processed.

Directions for DECKED Drawer System, DECKED Tool Box, and DECKED CargoGlide returns:

    These products have a $350 return charge that will be deducted from the refund once the product is received.

    In order to return a Drawer System, Tool Box or CargoGlide, the item must be packaged and attached to a wooden pallet. DECKED does not cover the pallet and the packaging for return freight shipment. You can reuse your original packaging as long as it's secured.

    DECKED covers the freight cost and will supply a return shipping label and RMA number. More detailed directions for shipping will be included in email received after filling out our return form.

    To generate a RMA number and a return label for a Drawer System, CargoGlide, or Tool Box: START YOUR RETURN HERE

    Directions for accessories and apparel returns (returns not including a Drawer System, Tool Box or CargoGlide):

    There is no return processing fee for these products. Returns must have an RMA number written on the packaging or shipping label. Customer is responsible for return shipping. Return Shipping Address: DECKED Returns, 25401 Elliott Rd., Defiance, OH 43512. To generate an RMA number for accessories, START YOUR ACCESSORY RETURN HERE .

    Questions? Contact the DECKED Customer Service Team: service@DECKED.com

What is the warranty for DECKED Products and where can I find a warranty card?

We provide a Limited Lifetime Warranty on ALL DECKED products. If you have an issue we will work with you to make it right. If you have a great story as to why you need a warranty replacement, we want to hear it! Make sure to register your DECKED unit here to activate your lifetime warranty: REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT

(Valid on products purchased on or after 8/1/2021)

DECKED LLC warrants the original purchaser only that this product will be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase and continuing for the expected lifetime of the DECKED Product. The DECKED Product must be registered by the original purchaser with DECKED, LLC via our Registration Page, and a copy of the original sales receipt must be supplied to the Manufacturer at the time a warranty claim is made. This warranty terminates if the original purchaser transfers the DECKED Product to any other person or vehicle.

The original purchaser must contact the DECKED LLC customer service team and provide a description of the defective part, including digital pictures if requested, with the original purchase documentation as validation of warranty coverage or have previously activated their warranty online.

Read the full Legal Mumbo-Jumbo here.

REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT FOR ANY FUTURE WARRANTY NEEDS AND STAY INFORMED OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS, ISSUES, OR SOLUTIONS SPECIFIC TO YOUR MODEL.

Who do I contact if I have an issue with my DECKED Product?

GENERAL QUESTIONS: Most answers can be found here on the FAQs page. Still confused? Send us an email us at SERVICE@DECKED.COM

WARRANTY/PRODUCT SUPPORT: CLICK HERE

HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR WARRANTY CLAIM? Email us at WARRANTY@DECKED.COM

The DECKED team is here to answer any questions, offer suggestions, provide relationship advice, hear about your secret hunting and fishing spots, you name it – so strike up a conversation by contacting us at SERVICE@DECKED.COM .

What do I do if my DECKED Product is missing item(s) when shipped to me?

Send us an email with your contact details and what is missing to warranty@decked.com and we will figure out a solution ASAP. 

What if my DECKED Product doesn’t fit my truck?

We designed DECKED products using the exact engineering drawings from each of the truck manufacturing companies, for as snug a fit as possible. 

Note: Pickup truck bed dimensions are NOT precise and there needs to be a little slack along the edges of our products to accommodate the manufacturers’ slop.

If you ordered/received the wrong system, STOP... DON'T OPEN... EMAIL US IMMEDIATELY AT service@decked.com. 

Some aftermarket lighting, tie-downs, or towing packages may have elements that will interfere with DECKED products and void the warranty.  

For the Drawer System: the GM models are so similar (symmetrical front to back) that it's easy to put the panels on backward. If this happens, you will need to remove the panels and swap the left for the right.

Be safe than sorry and contact us through email: service@decked.com. 

If I break my DECKED Product, can I buy replacement parts?

Yes. Limited replacement parts are available HERE.

Also, all DECKED products come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Email our support team at warranty@decked.com and speak to our team. We want to hear what happened, see some pictures, and figure out the next best steps to address the issue.

I want to order parts.

Limited replacement parts are available HERE.

If you are the original owner with proof of purchase, please fill out our Warranty Claim Form. If you purchased a used product, please send us an email to service@decked.com and include your make/model/year/bed length, shipping address, and the parts needed.

I've got a genius idea. Where can I share it?

If you've got an improvement for an existing DECKED product in mind, or an idea for something totally new, you can share that with us using our Customer Ideas Form.

Drawer System

How much weight can I put on the Drawer System? What are its weight limitations?

The Drawer System can hold a load of 2000 lb, distributed evenly

DECKED can withstand a load rating of 50 lbs per square foot, so if you have something heavy to carry, please put a piece of plywood down first.  Use common sense. If it's heavy, SPREAD THE LOAD.

The Drawer System's load rating is designed for a “real world” 2000 lb. What does this mean? If you hit a pothole or bump, you will significantly increase the stress on your System for a moment in time – and the system is built to handle that. That being said, if your load is not evenly distributed you can overburden your system. For instance, if you place 2000 lb on a 4′ x 4′ pallet on your Drawer System, the loading per square foot is roughly double what our system is designed to handle. There’s nothing magical here, just good engineering and known limits. There’s nothing magical here, just good engineering and known limits. 

If you plan to place concentrated and/or very heavy loads on your Drawer System, we highly suggest you add a thick piece of plywood to spread the load over a larger area.

NOTE: Make sure to place a piece of 3/4" plywood under ATV to avoid long-term damage. 

How waterproof is the Drawer System?

The drawers in a Drawer System are not sealed tight like a Tupperware lid, so some airborne particulates (dust and fine particle snow), can get in, although not in substantial quantities. This isn’t a common occurrence but it can happen.  You will get more airborne particulates in your drawers if you don’t have a tailgate or your tailgate is down. Lastly, if you don’t install the weatherstrips on the drawers this condition will be worse.

Are the ammo cans waterproof?

The Ammo Cans on a Drawer System are structural elements that are located in each corner of the Drawer System and act as secondary storage bins. They are not waterproof. There are dimples in the bottom of each ammo can that allow you to drill drain holes if you would like to provide a draining system. DO NOT put items that can't get wet in the ammo cans. They are the perfect place for items like ratchet straps, chains, road safety triangles, or items you need easy access to and can handle a little moisture.

How easy is it to puncture the Drawer System?

You can puncture the Drawer System "deck" if you drop really heavy (50+ lbs.) or pointy objects from a heigh of 3 feet or more. Basically, anything that would cause your truck’s bed to get bent or punctured may puncture the deck. No normal use will cause the Drawer System to get punctured. The HPDE and steel used to build our Drawer Systems are incredibly strong materials and can withstand the typical wear and tear of a work truck. 

Do the drawers on a Drawer System rub on the tailgate?

No and yes. No in normal use cases but yes if the drawers are loaded >100 Lbs each (and depending on the ramp angle of your tailgate). The drawers are pretty stout and they can easily handle 200 lbs each, but the bottoms of the drawers will sag slightly under big loads.

How far the do the drawers extend on a Drawer System?

The drawers on a Drawer System are designed to accommodate 200 lbs each. When a drawer is fully extended, it places a large/leveraged load upwards onto the deck. We chose a compromise that limits the extension but still minimized the height of the Drawer System itself. This also allowed for a taller drawer.

Drawer Systems for full-size trucks extend 42".

Drawer Systems for midsize trucks extend 36".

If you are experiencing less extension than listed above, you have your tailgate ammo cans switched with the cabside ammo cans. Contact Customer Service at service@decked.com for instructions on how to correct this problem.

Will the metal bits in the Drawer System rust?

In the long term... yes. The topside hardware and all the metal parts of the Drawer System are either coated with rust inhibitors or are made of stainless steel. That means that all these parts will rust slower, but they’ll still rust over long periods of time. We’ve used rust inhibitors that are beyond OEM specs, but you can't stop nature from doing its thing. The stainless steel will also rust even though it’s not supposed to.

Can I go through a car wash with my Drawer System?

Drawer Systems are not sealed air-tight. Mist and dust are airborne and can get into the drawers. Car washes won't hurt your Drawer System, but the high pressure creates a lot of mist. Make sure to close your drawers completely and remove ammo can lids before using a car wash. 

What is the height of the Drawer System and how much vertical space does it take in your bed?

The DECKED Drawer System measures 12 inches in height (from the bottom of your truck bed to the top of the system). If you want to find out how much bed depth you will have in your truck bed after installing a Drawer System, measure the depth of your bed and subtract 12 inches. 

What are the Drawer System's measurements?

On my Ford truck I have the tailgate step and handle, will these get in the way of my Drawer System?

An F-150 with model year 2014 or earlier and a Super Duty (F250 or F350) with model year 2016 or earlier with the factory step have a bump on the driver’s side of the open tailgate, which will interfere with the opening of the drawer on that side. The 2015 - current F150 and 2017 - current F250/F350 models have the improved step and do not have a bump on the tailgate and will not impact the installation or use of your Drawer System. 

There are three possibilities for a successful installation:

1) If you already have a spray-in liner, your Drawer System may reside high enough so that the drawer clears the handle.

2) You can purchase cable extenders to offset the ramp angle of your tailgate. We have not tested this product, but here are some more details so you can see if this will work for your needs. Hope this helps! Rider Tailgate Accessories has developed an innovative new truck accessory called the Tailgate Lowering Links which, when added to the existing tailgate support cables on a truck, allow the tailgate to lay flat.

For example, the tailgate on a 2013 Ford Super Duty is about 1.5 inches higher than the bed. With the Rider Tailgate accessory, model FD1, the Links allow the tailgate to lay flat or about 1.5 inches lower than the level of the bed. 

Rider Tailgate Links are constructed to allow the tailgate to be lowered without the tailgate contacting the bumper. The amount of tailgate drop varies from 3 to 5.25 inches depending on the truck. This patented product is the only product on the market that lets consumers lower, and use, their tailgate in a position that is lower than the conventional open position. Rider Tailgate Lowering Links are engineered for strength and performance. To learn more about this innovative patented product or to see what other truck models they fit, call 801-678-1405. Check out this blog post for suggestions on how to change the ramp angle of your tailgate: BLOG POST

3) You can easily remove the handle and purchase the following Ford part(s) to cover up the opening where the handle resides:

F150 – AL3Z 99000A38 EB. Retail – $64.29 F250 – AC3Z 99000A38 AA. Retail – $64.29

F150 Platinum: If you have the Platinum version (prior to 2015 – non-aluminum) of the F150 and the tailgate step, using the tailgate extenders can result in the Platinum plate hitting the bumper and marring the plate. Removing the handle may be a better option for this application.

Is the Aluminum F-150 Light Switch Compatible with a Drawer System?

The bed lights on the new aluminum F-150 reside above the Drawer System.

The switch for the bed lights located on the left (driver’s side) bed wall do reside beneath the Drawer System; however, it is accessible by reaching to the left side of the ammo can in that location. You can trigger the switch here, or you can turn on and off with the switch located in the cab of your truck.

The box cleat system on the F150 also resides above the Drawer System surface, however the ramp option for this system cannot be used in conjunction with a Drawer System.

Is the Drawer System compatible with Bedslide?

Although we recommend our CargoGlide product line, we are also compatible with certain Bedslide SKUs. Check out the instructions below. 

BEDSLIDE Install:

PURCHASE INSTALL KIT HERE: BEDSLIDE.COM/DECKED

INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS HERE: BEDSLIDE x DECKED INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Your DECKED warranty will be void with any alterations to the system including installing/mounting any slide systems.  

*It is important to note that we are not affiliated with Bedslide, and therefore not responsible for integration and harmony with their products. Please contact Bedslide directly for confirmation on product compatibility, specs and model numbers. BEDSLIDE.COM 

Will the Drawer System Work With My Tacoma / Tundra Bed Lighting Kit?

PLEASE NOTE: Some Tacoma/Tundra's come with aftermarket bed lighting kits. Light modification of your Drawer System may be required if you have this option. A small sliver of the deck may need to be cut away or shaved down (using a keyhole saw or surform) to create space for your lights.


Is the Drawer System compatible with the Ram TRX optional bed mounted spare tire?

No. The DECKED drawer system is not compatible with the optional bed mounted spare tire for the new RAM TRX launched in 2021. 

Does the DECKED Drawer System and or CargoGlide fit my 2002 Chevy PRO-TEC bed?

No.

In 2002, Chevy produced trucks with a composite bed called the 1500 Pro-Tec bed. The DECKED Drawer System and CargoGlide will NOT fit this bed. 

How tall is a Drawer System?

DECKED is 12" in total height. See all technical specs here:

TECHNICAL SPECS FULL-SIZE

TECHNICAL SPECS MIDSIZE 

What are Drawer Systems made of?

Our Drawer Systems are made of 100% recycled high-density polyethylene (HDPE) that rests on a sub frame made of ~40 pounds of steel. This combination of materials allows the Drawer System to provide a 2000 LB payload rating.

What does a 2000 lb load rating mean?

The Drawer System can hold a load of 2000 lb, distributed evenly. The load rating is designed for a “real world” 2000 lb. What does that mean? If you hit a pothole or bump, you will significantly increase the stress on your Drawer System for a moment in time – and the system is built to handle that. 

That being said, if your load is not evenly distributed you can overburden your system. For instance, if you place 2000 lb on a 4′ x 4′ pallet on your Drawer System, the loading per square foot is roughly double what our system is designed to handle. There’s nothing magical here, just good engineering and known limits. 

If you plan to place concentrated and/or very heavy loads on your Drawer System, we highly suggest you add a thick piece of plywood to spread the load over a larger area.

How much does the Drawer System weigh?

Our Drawer Systems weigh between 200 lbs - 230 lbs depending on the system. 

How much weight can I put on a Drawer System?

The Drawer System has a true 2,000 LB load rating. A Drawer System can handle just about anything your factory truck bed can withstand. That being said, this isn’t a license to shut off your brain. If you drop a 2,000 LB cannonball on the deck it will damage it, just like it would wreck your truck bed. 

NOTE: If you have a heavy, footed, or wheeled load, place a piece of plywood underneath to distribute the load.

I noticed that the spacing around my Drawer System is not consistent. Why not?

The Drawer System is precision-engineered to match the as-designed geometry & dimensions of your truck. Unfortunately, truck beds aren’t manufactured perfectly. They vary from left to right, and the bed is usually not perfectly flat. If you center your Drawer System perfectly on the center rib (or trough) of your truck bed, and there is variation in the deck-edge gap, then that’s just cuz’ your bed isn’t square.

Can I load an ATV on the Drawer System?

Yes, the Drawer System can handle a true 2000 LB payload so feel free to load up that ATV, snowmobile, or moto. For loading an ATV or other 4 wheeled items, we’ve found that these Titan ramps work great with the DECKED system. Or for a motorcycle try this Titan ramp.

NOTE: Make sure to place a piece of 3/4" plywood under ATV to avoid long-term effects. 

I have a 2004 F-150, I noticed that in your product list that two 2004 F150’s show up. How do I know which F150 I have and which Drawer System fits my truck?

2004 was a transition year for Ford and as such they produced old and new body styles in the 2004 model year with a 6’6″ bed length. So, for a time, both body types were being sold as 2004 models.

If you do NOT have a stepped down passenger and driver side door windows, you have the older F-150, or “Heritage” version. If this is the case, select the Drawer System F-150 1997-2004 Heritage edition.

If you have the “step down” side windows (see image below) you have the “new” 2004 version thus you will select the Drawer System F-150 2004-current, bed length 5’6″ or 6’6″.


NOTE: The Drawer System DOES NOT fit the full-size four-door short bed (5’6″) Ford F-150 SuperCrew made from 2001 through 2003 or the similar sized truck in 2004 badged as the SuperCrew Heritage.  The bed dimensions are just too small with the rounded tailgate. If you have any questions please give us a call so we can make sure you order the correct DECKED system.


Is it ok to attach ratchet straps or other tie downs to the edges of the deck panels or into the ammo can holes?

No. No strap or tie-down of any kind is compatible with the edge of the deck panels or the Ammo Can holes. These points were not designed for ratchet straps or other tie-downs. It can result in the edge of the panel or other deck pieces breaking off. 

Can I Install a Yakima or Thule Rack on my Drawer System?

Yes! If you are looking to permanently mount tracks that provide a strong, low-profile attachment point for Yakima or Thule rack systems, we have you covered. Our T-Track 6063 T5 aluminum alloy, is anodized clear and will fit a Drawer System. The track length is 48″ (for 5’5″ truck beds) or 58″ long (for 6’6″ truck beds), 1 5/8″ wide and .45″ tall, and can be oriented towards the cab side or tailgate side of your truck bed. These T-tracks have been custom manufactured to align with the steel tubes in your Drawer System. Each set of T-tracks comes with two tracks and stainless steel mounting screws.

You will need:

DECKED T-tracks: 48″ T-Tracks for full -size short beds

(OR) 58″ T-tracks for full-size standard beds

A set of Landing Pad 1

A set of four Control Towers

Plus whatever array of Yakima stuff you want!

Here are T-Track Installation Instructions

NOTE: Midsize T-Tracks not available yet!

Does DECKED make drain plugs? Are drain plugs compatible with my Drawer System?

One of the coolest features of the Drawer System is that you can use your drawers as large traveling coolers. With our added drain plug accessory kit you can just park your truck on a flat surface, unscrew the plug, and let gravity do the rest. Once the water has drained, take a rag and wipe out any extra water, reinstall the plug, and you are ready to go!

DECKED drain plugs are compatible with full-size SHORT (64.5″ in length) Drawer Systems and midsize Drawer Systems. However, unless you are Kareem Abdul Jabbar, the drain plug location on our standard 6'6" bed system is out of reach. We missed that one in the design process. Unless you have 4′ long arms, you'll have a hard time reaching the plug to drain the water out of your drawer. Therefore we DO NOT recommend this accessory for Standard length systems.

Drain plugs are meant to be placed in the cab side/driver end of the Drawer System because pickup truck beds naturally drain toward the cab, not the tailgate. That is why our drain plugs are recommended to be placed cab side. Placing the drain plug in the tailgate end of the drawer may also cause it to drag on your tailgate when the drawer is loaded. Note: If you prefer, you can drill a small hole in the tailgate end of the drawers (there is a dimple to get your hole started) to create a simpler solution (but that will also create an opportunity for water intrusion).

For more questions, email us directly at service@decked.com.

Check out our Drawer System DRAIN PLUGS here.

Do you have Cargo Tie-Downs for my Drawer System?

Yes! We sell Core Trax 1000 tie-down tracks made from 6061-T6 aluminum alloy. They are custom manufactured to align with the steel tubes in your Drawer System's subframe, allowing you to mount extra hold points on top. The track can be oriented toward the cab side or tailgate side of your truck bed. The 4 attachment loops can be placed at 1" increments along the Trax. These DECKED custom Core Trax 1000 are beveled 45 degrees at both ends to avoid snagging your stuff.

Pull-out rating of 500 lbs

4 stainless steel loops

6061-T6 aluminum alloy and powder-coated steel

MIDSIZE SYSTEM CORE TRAX:

Short midsize Drawer Systems take: 44″ Core Trax

Long midsize Drawer Systems take: 56″ Core Trax

FULL-SIZE SYSTEM CORE TRAX:

Short full-size Drawer Systems take: 48″ Core Trax

Standard/long full-size Drawer Systems take: 58″ Core Trax

CLICK HERE FOR CORE TRAX INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION

I have a 2007 Chevy Silverado or 2007 GMC Sierra, I noticed that in your product list that two 2007 Silverado/Sierra’s show up. How do I know which Silverado/Sierra I have and which Drawer System fits my truck?

2007 was a transition year for Chevy and GMC, and as such, they produced old and new body styles in the 2007 model year with both a 5’9″ and 6’6″ bed.  So, for a time, both body types were being sold as 2007 models.

If you have a 2-part headlight array and only modest body flare (see image), you have the older Silverado/Sierra, or “Classic” version. If this is the case, select the Drawer System SILVERADO 1999-2007 or SIERRA 1999-2007 Classic edition, bed length 5’9″ or 6’6″.


If you have a single-part headlight array with more significant body flare, (see image) you have the “new” 2007 version thus you will select the Drawer System SILVERADO 2007-Current or SIERRA 2007-Current, bed length 5’9″ or 6’6″.


Does the DECKED Drawer System fit in a Ford e-Transit Electric Van?

NOTE: The drawer system will NOT fit into the 2022+ Ford E-Transit Electric Cargo Van due to interference at the power panel.


Tool Box

What trucks will the Tool Box fit in?

The Tool Box will fit in all full size trucks that were manufactured in 2001 - present.

The Tool Box can work with older trucks if the length between your bed rails is 61.375" - 70.5". This should be the measurement from the left inside bed rail to the right inside bed rail.

What 8' Drawer Systems is the Tool Box compatible with?

The Tool Box will work with all 8' DECKED Drawer System SKUs except for the DG5.

The DG9 and DG10 must have a production run date of 1/19/21 or later to be compatible with the Tool Box. Please call DECKED to confirm prior to placing your order.

The DECKED Tool Box will not work with DECKED Drawer Systems made for anything but an 8' bed.

DG5: GM Sierra GMT 900 or Silverado 8 Foot (2007-2019) - 6.5' system

DG9: GM Sierra or Silverado 1500 8 Foot (2020-current) - New "wide" bed width - 6.5' system

DG10: GM Sierra or Silverado 2500 & 3500 8 Foot (2020-current) - New "wide" bed width - 6.5' system

VIEW THE DECKED TOOL BOX COMPATIBILITY PAGE

What Drawer System SKUs will it fit with?

The Drawer System is NOT COMPATIBLE with the Tool Box for any short 5'5" or standard 6'5' bed length trucks. 

 The Tool Box will work with all 8' Drawer System SKUs except for the DG5. The DG9 and DG10 must have a production run date of 1/19/21 or later to be compatible with the Tool Box. 

Please call DECKED to confirm prior to placing your order. If you are unsure if the Tool Box will work with your Drawer System, please call us before you order at 208-806-0251. 

DG5: GM Sierra GMT 900 or Silverado 8 Foot (2007-2019) - 6.5' system 

DG9: GM Sierra or Silverado 1500 8 Foot (2020-current) - New "wide" bed width - 6.5' system 

DG10: GM Sierra or Silverado 2500 & 3500 8 Foot (2020-current) - New "wide" bed width - 6.5' system

VIEW THE DECKED TOOL BOX COMPATIBILITY PAGE

What are the dimensions of the Tool Box?

Dimensions: 76" long x 22" wide x 20.53" height total 

Height: sits 5.78" above your bed rails. 

Weight of Tool Box with Ladder: 114 pounds 

Weight of Tool Box without Ladder: 103 pounds

Storage capacity: 73.4 gallons.

What is the DECKED Tool Box made of?

The DECKED Tool Box is made from high-impact polymer resin and anti-corrosion-treated steel hardware. Our Tool Box is dent-proof, waterproof, rust-proof, and built to last. The lid is made of steel-reinforced, injection-molded resin. The base is made of injection-molded, impact-treated, high-density polyethylene (HDPE). 

The hardware is made of anti-corrosion-treated steel. 

It has a robust and steel-armored locking system and steel-reinforced lid making it a Fort Knox for the back of your truck.

The optional telescoping step ladder is made from 6000 series aluminum. 

Is the DECKED Tool Box waterproof?

The DECKED Tool Box is waterproof. The contents inside your Tool Box are guaranteed to be protected from the elements, car washes, and other extreme moisture events. If you do get moisture inside your Tool Box, you can drill a small hole in the base of your Tool Box in the provided divot holes. This will allow any standing water from the moisture/condensation to drain without having to remove your Tool Box. 

Because it's molded not welded, you get a seamless lid and tub as well as overbuilt moisture-repelling, watertight architecture, which is sealed tightly when closed thanks to an EPDM lid gasket and channel. Anti-corrosion-treated steel and aluminum hardware make for long-lasting durability.

Will the Tool Box work with RamBox trucks or Service Body trucks?

Unfortunately, the DECKED Tool Box does not work with RamBox trucks.

The DECKED Tool Box also DOES NOT fit in Service Body or Stepside trucks.

How much does the Tool Box weigh?

Weight of Tool Box with Ladder: 114 pounds 

Weight of Tool Box without Ladder: 103 pounds

Shipping weight: 145 lbs with a pallet

What accessories come with the DECKED Tool Box?

The DECKED Tool Box comes with one Tool Box Tray and one Snack Tray organizer. You can add more accessories to your order at checkout.

All additional Accessories purchased on DECKED.com include free shipping.

Is there assembly required? How do I install a Tool Box?

The Tool Box will take less than 10 minutes to install. We provide the mounting hardware that is needed to attach the Tool Box to your bed rails. There are multiple tie-down point options on the sides of the Tool Box that allow you to choose how far away from your cab you place the Tool Box.

Can you ship the Tool Box to Canada or another international location?

We provide free shipping for all DECKED products directly to customers in Canada. 

We cannot currently ship the DECKED products to international locations (outside of Canada). We also cannot ship directly to customers in Alaska or Hawaii. 

To locate DECKED products in Alaska, Hawaii, or other international locations, please visit our dealer locator in the link below.

DEALER LOCATOR

How does the Tool Box ship? Is there an additional cost for shipping?

The Tool Box ships LTL freight and will be delivered directly to your front door. Accessories ordered separately will ship for free using UPS.

Can I put the ladder on either side?

The ladder can currently only be installed on the passenger side of your truck.

Is the ladder optional?

For convenient Tool Box access, we offer an optional, integrated ladder. This low-profile, telescoping 7000 series aluminum ladder nests inside the box when closed and quickly folds out to the ground when you need to access your tools and gear. This eliminates the hassle of crawling in and out of your truck and makes it more likely you will use your toolbox regularly. 

The Tool Box can be ordered with or without a ladder. You will see both options at checkout. If you don't choose the ladder option, you will not be able to order a ladder separately.

What is the max bed rail height that the ladder can be used with?

The max bedrail height that the ladder can work with is 60", which leaves a margin to account for uneven ground.

Erect the ladder as vertically as possible and not at a 75-degree angle.

Click HERE for more information on installing and using the ladder.

What is the ladder weight rating?

Our ladder is a medium duty ladder, similar to anything you'd find at Home Depot.

How long after I place my order can I expect my shipment?

The Tool Box will ship out in 2-3 business days. 

Shipping of a Tool Box anywhere in the contiguous U.S. is FREE and takes approximately 7-14 days. We ship LTL freight so transit time depends on your location within the US.

VIEW OUR SHIPPING POLICY

Will the DECKED Tool Box rust?

The DECKED Tool Box hardware will not rust. The hardware and all metal parts of the DECKED Tool Box are coated with rust inhibitors or they're made of stainless steel.

Can the DECKED Tool Box be returned?

You can return your product but buyer beware. 

DECKED 30-DAY RETURN POLICY: Buyer Beware (aka Caveat Emptor): Returns of the DECKED Tool Box and accessories must be made within 30 days of receiving the shipment. All product returns are subject to a 20% restocking fee and return freight expenses. If the product, including the hardware kit, has been opened and is not in its original condition, returns will be subject to costs associated with any repackaging and missing part replacement costs. Products which have be un-cartoned and assembled in any manner will not be eligible for any return. DECKED components and other DECKED product returns must also be in the original packaging. If you have further questions, buyer's remorse, or just need someone to cheer you up, please email DECKED customer service at service@decked.com.

VIEW OUR RETURN POLICY

INITIATE A RETURN

What is the warranty for the DECKED Tool Box or where can I find a warranty card?

We provide a Limited Lifetime Warranty on DECKED. If you have an issue we will work with you to make it right. If you have a great story as to why you need a warranty replacement, we want to hear it! Make sure to register your DECKED unit here to activate your lifetime warranty: REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT

(Valid on products purchased on or after 8/1/2021)

DECKED LLC warrants the original purchaser only that this product will be free from defects in material and workmanship from the date of purchase and continuing for the expected lifetime of the DECKED Product. The DECKED Product must be registered by the original purchaser with DECKED, LLC via our Registration Page, and a copy of the original sales receipt must be supplied to the Manufacturer at the time a warranty claim is made. This warranty terminates if the original purchaser transfers the DECKED Product to any other person or vehicle.

The original purchaser must contact the DECKED LLC customer service team and provide a description of the defective part, including digital pictures if requested, with the original purchase documentation as validation of warranty coverage or have previously activated their warranty online.

Read the full Legal Mumbo-Jumbo here.

REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT FOR ANY FUTURE WARRANTY NEEDS AND STAY INFORMED OF PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS, ISSUES, OR SOLUTIONS SPECIFIC TO YOUR MODEL.

Is it available for purchase through a local DECKED dealer?

Yes, please visit our DEALER LOCATOR

Can I get replacement parts? What do I do if something broke?

If you have a broken piece on your Tool Box but it's still functioning correctly, please fill out a WARRANTY FORM and we will get back to you shortly.

If you have broken pieces, structural damage, or water intrusion that needs to be addressed right away, please email service@decked.com.

What do I do if something broke during shipping?

If your product arrived damaged, please reach out to us at service@decked.com.

What happens if the DECKED Tool Box doesn't fit in my truck once it arrives?

If you receive your Tool Box and It does not fit in your truck, please email service@decked.com.

Do you offer a shallower version?

We currently only offer the DECKED Tool Box in one depth, which is 20.53" deep.

Will the DECKED Tool Box fit in a midsize truck?

The DECKED Tool Box currently only fits in full size trucks. If you are unsure if the DECKED Tool Box will fit in your truck, call us before placing an order so we can confirm. Reach out by email at service@decked.com.

How much weight can I put inside the tub?

You can put up to 500 lbs inside the Tool Box. Anything that is heavy and has sharp edges should be placed with the edges facing upward so they are not resting on the base of the tub.

Can the Tool Box be installed with an access tonneau cover pushed up against it?

DECKED has found Truxedo to offer custom lo-pro covers. Please contact your local Truxedo dealer for exact measurements.

NOTE: If your truck bed rail width is greater than 65.5", it may not create the perfect seal against our tool box. Please see a local dealer for more information on sizing and compatibility.

Is the Tool Box compatible with Back Rack?

The Tool Box is compatible with Back Racks if they have the optional flush mount kit. Please contact us at service@decked.com to confirm before placing your order.

Is the Tool Box compatible with other headache racks?

The majority of Headache Rack options are NOT compatible with the Tool Box. Please contact us at service@decked.com with questions. 

Is the Tool Box compatible with ladder racks?

This will depend on the rack you have. Please email service@decked.com to confirm before placing your purchase.

Is the DECKED Tool Box Compatible with a Gooseneck or Fifth Wheel?

Yes, as long as there is critical clearance for the Tool Box.

It is critical that any Gooseneck or Fifth Wheel has at least 24" depth and 6" height clearance to accommodate the DECKED Tool Box. The Tool Box is 6" in height above the bedrails and takes up 24" between the cab side bed wall and the edge of the Tool Box (including a 2" gap to clear any backup camera). NOTE: If your trailer swings wide while turning, make sure there is extra clearance as needed to avoid hitting the Tool Box on a tight turn.


Does the Tool Box fit with a Dual Rear Wheel Truck?

WITHOUT THE LADDER: The Tool Box is compatible with dual rear-wheel trucks. 

WITH THE LADDER: For compatibility with the Tool Box ladder, a dual rear fender may or may not be compatible. If the measurement from the cab to the start of dually fender is 24" or less the ladder won't have room to deploy properly. (This is more likely on short-bed dually trucks vs. long bed dually trucks).

This Dual Rear Chevy is Compatible with the Ladder because the ladder doesn't interfere with the start of the dually fender:

Dual Rear Wheel Chevy

These Dual Rear Wheel Ram Trucks are NOT Compatible because the dual rear wheel fender interferes with the ladder. The distance between the cab and the start of the fender is less than 24 inches. 

Dual Rear Wheel Ram

Dually with Tool Box

Why won't my Tool Box lid close evenly?

If the lid on your Tool Box sticks up on one side or has difficulty catching both latches at once, it's probably become misaligned. You can easily correct this issue with no specialty tools required. Watch this video for instructions on aligning your Tool Box lid.

CargoGlide

Is the CargoGlide compatible with Tacoma and Tundra trucks?

CargoGlide is not compatible with any composite beds, such as the 2022 Tundra or most Tacoma trucks. It is compatible with Tundra trucks up until 2021, but not 2022 because it has a composite bed. Note: CargoGlide is compatible with composite bed trucks (like the Tundra and Tacoma) if installed with a DECKED Drawer System.

Is CargoGlide compatible with a Ford Truck /w the tailgate step and handle or the GMC Multipro Tailgate Assist Handle?

Most likely yes, but with some alterations to your tailgate. Check tailgate clearance before installation. Some tailgates don't lay flat when open, which will cause binding when extending the CargoGlide tray. General rule: the highest point on your tailgate when open must be less than 3/4" above your truck bed floor to ensure compatibility. Before drilling into your bed, test the fit according to our installation instructions. We offer easy-to-install spacer kits, tailgate cable drop links, and/or shoulder bolts for current GMC/Chevy trucks known to have this issue. Contact us with any questions at service@decked.com.

Do I need to check tailgate clearance before installing?

Yes. Make sure to check tailgate clearance before installation. Some tailgates don't lay flat when open, which will cause binding when extending the CargoGlide tray. General rule: the highest point on your tailgate when open must be less than 3/4" above your truck bed floor to ensure compatibility. Before drilling into your bed, test the fit according to our installation instructions. We offer easy-to-install spacer kits, tailgate cable drop links, and/or shoulder bolts for current GMC/Chevy trucks known to have this issue. Contact us with any questions at service@decked.com.

Is CargoGlide compatible with the Ford onboard electrical generator system (the Pro Onboard Power Panel)?

Yes.

*NOTE: The F-150 equipped with any of the Pro Power Onboard options has a high-voltage line running along the tailgate edge of the bed box. This area must be avoided for any CargoGlide installation. Please follow the specific mounting locations for all F-150s (including the F-150 Lightning) with the Pro Power Onboard option. 

Is CargoGlide compatible with bed liners or a bed rug?

It is compatible with spray-in bed liners but not with drop-in plastic bed liners or BedRug mats. Remove drop-in liners or mats before installation.

Is CargoGlide compatible with the RAM TRX optional bed-mounted spare tire?

No the tire mount takes up too much space. It will work only if the tire is stored under the truck and no tire carrier is installed in the bed.

Is CargoGlide compatible with the DECKED Tool Box?

Only if you have an 8’ bed.

Is CargoGlide compatible with the DECKED Drawer System?

Yes. All 70% extension CargoGlides with a 1,000 lb payload are compatible with a Drawer System. No full extension or higher payload slides can be used. 

Note:  If you have a Drawer System installed in your truck already, you do need to remove it from the truck to install the CargoGlide.

Is CargoGlide compatible with the Chevrolet/GMC CarbonPro bed?

No. Composite beds do not provide enough support to anchor a CargoGlide safely. The only way to install a CargoGlide into a truck with a composite bed is to anchor it on top of a Drawer System. Did somebody say, "combo?"

Is CargoGlide compatible with any in-bed towing packages, including 5th Wheel and Goosenecks?

No.

Is CargoGlide compatible with any service body, RamBox, or stepside and flairside beds?

No. Not at this time, stay tuned for new products.

Can I have a custom-built CargoGlide?

No. CargoGlide is no longer accommodating custom builds.

Can I use the supplied plusnuts on my Ford aluminum bed?

Yes - we use a Ford-approved coating on our plusnuts for installation into steel or aluminum beds.

How many stop positions does the tray have?

The short units, 5641 & 6348 have 4 stop positions. The 6841 has 5 stop positions. The 7348 has 6 stop positions. The 9558 has 7 stop positions.

What extensions are available?

CargoGlide mounted directly into a bed:
-70% or 100% extension

CargoGlide mounted onto a DECKED Drawer System:
-70% only

How To: CargoGlide CG1000/CG1500 Latch Adjustment/Lubrication


Do you have Cargoglides that are compatible with Cargo Vans?

CLICK HERE to learn more about DECKED CargoGlide for Cargo Van!

Fleet / Commercial

Where can I learn more about DECKED's applications for fleet and commercial uses?

Does your organization operate 25+ work vehicles? DECKED.com/fleet offers detailed information on DECKED's benefits and financial impact for fleets. You can also email fleet@decked.com or call 208-471-8983 to speak directly with a fleet expert.

Do you offer special programs and benefits for fleets?

If you operate 25+ work vehicles, we can work with you to assess DECKED for fleet applications. We recommend exploring our fleet page to learn more. You can also email fleet@decked.com or call 208-471-8983 to speak directly with a fleet expert.