Riser for cargo area - flat load floor when back seats folded down (4 door)

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I hope peope are working on ideas for this but honestly $50 at Lowes will set you with something nice. $100 if you want a slide out.
Working on it myself. Do we know the height difference between the cargo area and the folded down seats? A pair of good, heavy duty (500lbs) and locking drawer slides are about 3" tall and will cost about $100.





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Working on it myself. Do we know the height difference between the cargo area and the folded down seats? A pair of good, heavy duty (500lbs) and locking drawer slides are about 3" tall and will cost about $100.
it's only about 4" (that's what she said)
 
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Per my understanding the pull out / slide out tailgate accessory for the 4D will be a “late availability” item. I translate this as SP22. Unknown how and if access to the storage under the floor (presuming the bottle jack is in there) will be maintained.

also note that the seats are not “flat” when folded they have some slope to them. So even with the slide out tailgate it will not be a fully flat cargo area.

also I’d wager that ford will overcharge for this accessory big time. $1000 / $1200 easy. If ditch lights are 600.....
Yeah my current GC has a slight slope, doesn't bother me from what I saw on the recent top off photos of that A51 bronco.
 

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to be fair the rock lights are big expensive on amazon

like 450
yes they can be but definitely come in handy when on trails or in the backwoods in the pitch dark. I have them under my camper and helps me see the tires when crawling over rocks.
 

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I’m just waiting to know if the slide-out tray will be an accessory you can add on later or if it has to come from the factory. I’d hate to have to wait on my build just for that when I have a day 1 reservation.
my hunch is you'll be able to order after the fact.
 

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I’m probably more inclined to downsize a set of plans for a truck bed drawer and build it myself. I think I want storage more’n a shelf. I might also incorporate a lid on the drawer so I have a shelf, too.
 

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Working on it myself. Do we know the height difference between the cargo area and the folded down seats? A pair of good, heavy duty (500lbs) and locking drawer slides are about 3" tall and will cost about $100.
Something like this?
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