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Decked system out of a Ford, Chevy or Dodge

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014-2021)' started by Boiler92, Dec 17, 2020.

  1. Dec 17, 2020 at 4:10 AM
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    Boiler92

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    Been looking for months for a used Decked system for my 2020 double cab with the 6' 7" bed. I've found lots of them for Fords, Chevy's and Rams but zero for a Tundra.

    I almost bought one out of an F150 but it was farther than I wanted to drive. I asked Decked if it would fit the Tundra and they said it would but would have wide gaps in some spots and would need their $100 hardware kit to install.

    Has anyone put a Decked system built for another brand in your Tundra?
     
  2. Dec 17, 2020 at 5:43 AM
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    In for replies. I think the only thing that will be off is the edging on the top. A dremel could probably do it, and for half the price of a new one I may roll the dice.
     
  3. Dec 17, 2020 at 5:45 AM
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    I think the gen 1 guys have been modifying them cause decked doesn’t make one for gen 1. It can always be cut down but I don’t know what you’d do if it’s too small and you have gaps.
     
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    I had asked Decked this question recently since I found one on Facebook Marketplace for stupid cheap that was out of a 2018 F150. From their reply it sounded like a lot of work at least for getting the F150 drawers to fit in a Tundra.

    "Unfortunately the systems for those two trucks are quite different and will not be interchangeable. The hardware to secure the system to the bed is different as well as the side cut to fit within the bed so you would likely need to do some cutting of your own and figure out a way to secure it to the tie-down points as it may not fit."
     
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    It depends on how you intend to use your Decked. If you plan on putting loose items on top, gaps are a NOGO for me. Fishing items from underneath the Decked doesn't sound like fun.
    The plus side is you have an easy solution and you could always put a board over the top to prevent this from happening.
    The hardware kit they are talking about is probably for the anchor points to keep the Decked from bouncing out of the bed.
     
  6. Dec 17, 2020 at 6:07 AM
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    Interesting. This is the reply I got from them.

    "Hey,

    While we don't directly support crossover applications, the general dimensions for those two systems are the same and with a little trimming or acceptance of gaps and the purchase of some hardware from us (maybe $100) you should have a functional system. "
     
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    The reply I got was from Tim Inch.
     
  8. Dec 17, 2020 at 6:20 AM
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    The one I almost bought was listed for $600 then he dropped to $500. I tried to get him to meet me somewhere between where I live and him which was Chicago. I hate driving in Chicago. He then offered it to me for $400, but it was 4+ hour drive to Chicago. If it were for a Tundra I would have bought it for $600 and drove the 4 hours but I just was to unsure of fitment to invest that much time, gas and stress of the city that blows, er, I mean The Windy City.

    I'm a country boy.
     
  9. Dec 18, 2020 at 1:33 AM
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    I guess nobody on here has actually tried this "crossover application".

    If we get a second stimulus check I may use it to stimulate Deck's economy and get a new one.
     
  10. Apr 7, 2021 at 4:50 PM
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    After a year of searching I found a good used Decked system for a Double Cab locally.

    Patience paid off. $600. No tool D-boxes or cross boxes but it did come with the front of drawer trays and complete set of dividers.
     

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