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"No-Bolt" Tie-Down Rails For Pickups
You don't have to drill a single hole to attach these J-shaped aluminum tie-down rails to the top edge of your pickup box, says BMC & Co., Cimarron, Kan.
   "The rails have a 2,000-lb. load rating so you can use them to secure toolboxes and other heavy objects, even toppers," says the company.
  The underside of the rail is coated with rubber to keep from damaging the pickup. To install you simply slip special anchor plates into the stake pockets, hook the rails over the edge of the box, and then bolt them in place to the anchor plates.
  The rails are available in 6 and 8 1/2-ft. lengths. They can be moved to your next pickup as long as the make and model is the same.
  Available in black, bright gold, bright silver, and a satin silver finish.
  The 8-ft. model in satin sells for $250 plus S&H and the 6 1/2 ft. model for $225 plus S&H. Add $20 for colors. Specify make and model of pickup.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, BMC & Co., Box 196, 113 South Main, Cimarron, Kan. 67835 (ph 316 855-3094; fax 2205; Web site: www.whydrill.com).

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1999 - Volume #23, Issue #4