Best bed dividers and organizers

mmcconnell810

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Just curious what everyone out there is doing, including if home-made, to make the utility of their truck bed the most useful it can be.

I’m personally not interested in things like Decked so mostly looking for what people have done with dividers, bed side molle system (eg. built right industries, Putco, etc.), and similar solutions.

I’m planning on a Retrax Pro XR cover so will be limited by what can fit with space left given the space the cassette takes up.

Looking forward to hearing about all the creative things others are doing and as always a picture is always worth a thousand words!
This is my truck, let me know what you think.
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For 15 years I hade the simple 2x6 slid into the slots in the bed of my 2006 F150. After getting my new 2021 home from the dealer I realized that the power outlet in the bed left me without the slots for my 2x6. After researching aftermarket options and thinking it over I think I came up with a good solution. I ordered some aluminum u-channel and some stainless self-tapping screws and put brackets on either side so I had something to hold a divider/piece of wood. Think I may leave them in place when I get the spray in liner done so it looks more finished.

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For 15 years I hade the simple 2x6 slid into the slots in the bed of my 2006 F150. After getting my new 2021 home from the dealer I realized that the power outlet in the bed left me without the slots for my 2x6. After researching aftermarket options and thinking it over I think I came up with a good solution. I ordered some aluminum u-channel and some stainless self-tapping screws and put brackets on either side so I had something to hold a divider/piece of wood. Think I may leave them in place when I get the spray in liner done so it looks more finished.

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Mind shearing where you got the u-channel? Was it rounded like that or did you just to fit?
 

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Just an fyi I would use anti seize when using disimaller metal it fight corrosion a lot longer and better than regular anti seize . Food for thought , Nice job
 

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So I was looking at the truck to see about adding the u-channel and I noticed some what I think are mounting guide points embossed in side wall. Anyone know what might mount there? It's about the same spacing as the boxlink brackets

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So I was looking at the truck to see about adding the u-channel and I noticed some what I think are mounting guide points embossed in side wall. Anyone know what might mount there? It's about the same spacing as the boxlink brackets

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Not mounting points….. if you look from underneath you will see they are spot welds for a channel gusset behind that adds strength to that panel. As such keep your screws to the inside of those since the channel behind can interfere with your screws.
 
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