Just wondering if anyone out there uses a conduit carrier for their WFP. And if so is it a hassle o remove the head every time. There’s been a lot of break ins on my neighborhood and I had my DI tank stolen the other day ( I have an expose truck bed but lock everything up with steel wire). Just trying to figure out the best way to secure my poles, hoses, and things of that nature.
I had a tool box stolen from the back of my truck so I decided to put a truck cap on and it was a good decision. Now everything is inside the cap and nobody can see it. It looks much more professional. People can’t see all my tools and such. Looks more organized.
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equipment stays on my truck spring through fall with no serious issues. My poles are all locked in either mechanically fastened pvc pipe or in the side packs of the bed. Hope it is of some help and sorry to hear some of your sh!t was stolen. Drive angry my friend.
I love my open bed pickup. It is so easy to get stuff out of. Just keep it simple in the bed. I use conduit carriers for my poles. I always keep them locked and and I feel pretty safe leaving them in there. It wouldn’t be much harder to break into a truck with a cap than the conduit carrier in my opinion. I also have a truck tool box that is bolted to the bed.
Nice !! I used to have it open and I had to take everything out at night . It was very annoying . I found this camper on Craigslist for $400. Not bad since its a snug top .
I’ve been looking at vans , and just can’t pull the trigger . Clients around here don’t really care what you drive , or define you by what you drive , as long as it’s clean and neat . But I can see how a van makes everything more easier to get access to everything .
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Pre owned, a 2013 with 60k miles on it… It’s only $28k and has all these goodies as well.
It’s fully loaded, exactly the same as my truck now just the “leather-ish work interior grey” I’m not a fan of that but for everything else it has to offer I can get over that real quick.
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Yeah that looks like a nice truck. An 8 ft bed is essential. I had an 8 ft bed older model Toyota T-100 and it was nice but to pull up to estimate a job worth 2 or 3 thousand dollars, it just didn’t make a professional appearance. Now I have a nice new Toyota Tacoma with a locking cap and decals. It looks really great and is nice, neat, and organized but it only has a six foot bed. It’s hard to fit all my gear into a six foot bed truck but on the other hand it looks really professional.