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Cali Raised LED 2005-2021 Toyota Tacoma Bed MOLLE System for BAKFlip Cover


Have a BAKflip cover and are looking to expand your storage abilities in your truck bed? Make the most of your bed space with this Cali Raised LED bed MOLLE system for all 2005 to 2020 Toyota Tacomas. Their bed MOLLE system is custom designed and laser-cut, providing a bent to perfection, seamless fit. A professional powder-coat black semi-gloss mini texture finish is added to protect against corrosion, as well as anything else Mother Nature might throw at you. It’s not only strong, but it's also lightweight, which makes it extremely versatile while out on the trail. 

Mount anything from MOLLE bags, trail gear, tools, high lift jacks, axes, shovels, and much more. They also include a 2-year warranty, which helps to protect your investment no matter the terrain you travel.

Wherever you may venture, be prepared, with a bed MOLLE system from Cali Raised LED.   

This will only work with a BAKflip cover that relocates/lowers your factory bed rail system.  

Features:

  • Easy to install.
  • Bolts onto factory threaded locations, all hardware included for install. 
  • The sleek design ensures no additional bed space is taken. 
  • Powder-coated with a durable black semi-gloss mini texture
  • Works with any bag that utilizes the MOLLE mounting system and Quick Fist clamps.

Included: 

  • Hardware for installation. 

What is MOLLE? 

MOLLE is the acronym for Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. Molle gear is the current Army standard for equipment carrying load bearing packs worn by the combat soldier.

NOTE: If your Tacoma (Typcally, 2017+) has no storage cubby in the driver side bed wall, this MOLLE panel will NOT fit. 

Warranty: Cali Raised LED provides a 2-year warranty on all of their products.


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