Putco Boss Locker Side Bed Rails Customer Reviews
57 Customer Reviews
Show other trucks on the road who's the boss when it comes to tying-down loads, stainless steel strength and slick looks. Putco Boss Locker Bed Rails dwarf the competition with the 2½" diameter design-over 43% bigger than wimpy standard truck bed rails.
Tie-down virtually anything, from furniture to your bike. Putco Boss Bed Rails boast solid die-cast stainless steel construction for rust-free long life. Plus, Boss Bed Rails feature tie-down loops at each end of the bar.
Installing Putco Bed Rails is so easy, you could delegate the task to someone else. Just bolt `em through your stake pocket holes in minutes-no potentially damaging cutting or drilling required.
Boldly announce your truck means business with Boss Bed Rails. Pair them with a set of 4" Putco Boss Side Bars for an even tougher take-charge look. Your Putco Boss Locker Bed Rails are polished to a mirror-like shine and carry a Lifetime Warranty.
57 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Eric S (Truman, MN) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram — May 22, 2013 6:51 PM
The way these rails attach is completely ridiculous. The rails did not mount firmly to my truck. The instructions are awful. The washer broke trying to tighten them up. Putco would not accept a return because they were "used". I pleaded Autoanything to convince them, which they did, but I'm still faced with a 15% restocking fee. I'm going to chuck the blocks and find my own way to attach the rails. I haven't found anything else with this diameter. They'll look amazing... someday.
Reviewed by bryan s (WESTBORO, WI) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Ram — Mar 09, 2013 2:10 PM
Look good from a distance, a lot of scratches on the end caps that I will have to try to polish out myself. Expected a lot better quality for $400.00. Not worth the hassle of shipping them back to hope for better quality.
Reviewed by Wendell E (Epsom, NH) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Dec 16, 2012 7:14 AM
Purchased to upgrade my 2010 Ford F150 4x4. Received order quickly instructions could be a little better as gasket did not cover stake holes. But after trying install 3 times I had it figured out. Drill hole in orginal stakehole cap and install with supplied gasket. They look really sharp.
Reviewed by Wilford M (Evergreen, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Feb 21, 2012 7:01 AM
The rails are great, and the tie down ends are extremely heavy duty. Excellent. Did not like the expandable rubber mounts included with the kit. A universal "one size fits all", I did not feel they would provide a solid mount. So, I was able to track down a set of Dodge truck mounts (bolt on connections vs rubber mounts), and made them connect to the Putco rails. This is now bullet proof. I have this on a Dodge truck with a Backflip F1 bed cover as well. Tight fit, but works well.
Reviewed by MARK F (Greenville, IA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Jul 16, 2011 10:12 AM
Look real nice on my 2011 Chevy 2500HD. They are a little bigger than I expected but look great. The directions could be a little better on the assembly of the bolt to rubber assembly. If you have the black piece that goes between the box and tie down piece the rubber is to long to get together.It can be done but is a real pain. Directions do not state which way they go and my thinking was to have the square raised part of the black spacer down to painted part of the box thinking it would keep the insert square in the box stake hole and that did not work. After I got that issue behind me it went real smooth.
Reviewed by Raymond G (Grafton, OH) — Jun 10, 2011 10:56 AM
These rails were delivered quickly, and in perfect condition. The toughest part was cutting the hole in my F150 manufacturer-installed bed caps. Finally a good use for my roto-zip saw. Once that was done, the rails fit on perfectly. The beefy looking rails perfectly balance the matching side steps.
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Asked by Abdulrahman A
Jan 05, 2013 8:53 AM
2012 Ford F-150
Does this work with bed covers like the Bak Flip G2 cover on my 2012 Ford F150 XLT SuperCrew 67" (5'7") bed.