It appears to me that the load bearing panel is simply hinged to the bed floor and will rotate up with the tailgate. If you look at where the forward most point of the panel is, that’s in line with where the interior bed ends, making it flush with the tailgate when the tailgate is closed. The hinge is probably spring loaded to keep the upper end of the panel pressed against the tailgate when the tailgate is closed. The spring loaded hinge would alleviate the need for the panel to be attached to the tailgate at all.That's what I am thinking too, but I don't see any connection to the actual tailgate to facilitate that in this photo.
Never mind “low voltage”... I want to be able to run a powerful current through the cable as theft deterrent.From CS. Good news but my guess is that Gear Guard will be its own post (soon!). Gotta save some topics for the end of the month.
Well, the "110V outlets" (which are obviously 120V, grrr) are described as "15 amp" plugs. So maybe they have an 1,800 watt inverter? If so, great. but I suspect this is another marketing flub and they just mean the plugs are the type of plugs that you use at home which at home can supply 15A, but in the truck, some lower wattage.
I'm sure I'm missing something obvious, but I just don't get it. Surely they're not saying the bed is nearly 4 feet from the wheels back with the tailgate up, right? Just looking at the picks it looks like 2 feet or less. I'm confused .With the tailgate up, the R1T bed measures 54'', with a 45.5'' overhang past the rear tires
THIS GUY IS SPEAKING FACTSMore like it offers a "fix" to an addict... a calming peaceful feeling.
Unfortunately, just like the real thing, the euphoria is too fleeting.
of course, this leaves unanswered last week's media post about something in So.Cal