Hammock inside the truck

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So I’m starting to like targeted advertising. This just came across my radar, and if they come out with one of these for the bronco, it would be amazing! Bimini top/hammock, works with a hard top too!

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That might actually make it possible to sleep in a 2 door!
There was a 2-door version too, I just screen grabbed the 4-door cause that’s what I want.
 

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There's a hammock in every truck I drive ya know what I'm sayin'
What sucks, However, is with frameless door windows, you can't use those nifty screen coverings to keep the bugs out.
 
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What sucks, However, is with frameless door windows, you can't use those nifty screen coverings to keep the bugs out.
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so what you are saying is i can go sleep in a hammock for my lunch break?
 

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awesome idea, but I feel like I could probably make the same thing for a quarter of the price.
 

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What sucks, However, is with frameless door windows, you can't use those nifty screen coverings to keep the bugs out.
I'm not at my smartest... what are you talking about? A thin mosquito net that can be held by shutting a door frame on it but couldn't it also be held by rolling up windows?

I'm not sure what advantage the frame has unless there are specific nets I don't know about.

*seriously not being a smartass this one time
 

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