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I know it's not the pop up style, but I can crank on these as hard as I want and they don't flex the metal at all

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I know it's not the pop up style, but I can crank on these as hard as I want and they don't flex the metal at all

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I *REALLY* like the simplicity of that setup, and the low cost, and that the rings are low down on the bed. Is there a good place up front to also do that?
 
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I haven't got around to mounting any in the front of my bed yet.
But I would probably mount them on the floor of the bed, and make sure they are bolted through one of the crossmembers underneath. Or use a pretty large backing plate.
 
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I haven't got around to mounting any in the front of my bed yet.
But I would probably mount them on the floor of the bed, and make sure they are bolted through one of the crossmembers underneath. Or use a pretty large backing plate.
Thats some pretty good advice. LOL
 
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Thats some pretty good advice. LOL
Well, I got the idea from an old post of yours that I came across a while back
 
 
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