The trucks that are 4WD are primarily the ones which get lifted to some extent, although there are owners of 2WDs that want to do the same thing.
A bed on a truck can only hold so many things, and that’s why ladder racks exist.
With the help of one, you’ll be able to haul equipment which is larger than the bed itself, such as, like the name implies, extension ladders, but it can also hold far more than that like kayaks, lumber or really anything you wish.
Should you get a bed cover or a tool box for your pickup truck? That is the question that boggles many truck owners’ minds, and one I’m willing to answer the best i can on this post.
Gone are the days when you could hop into your pickup truck’s bed without much effort – nowadays, stock trucks only seem to get higher and higher, therefore doing the same becomes more of a chore than anything.
To make things easy, owners use some sort of ladder to make it possible to get in there, and this can be even more crucial to do if the vehicle is lifted.
A truck, more often than not at least, is a vehicle made for work – towing stuff with it just can’t get any better, if you ask me.
The question today though is, can you actually do the same with a lifted one or not?