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Your pickup bed—great for holding and hauling—not so great for loading and unloading—until now. With the Jotto Cargo Slide mounted in your truck’s bed, you get complete and easy cargo access thanks to the sliding, heavy-duty tray.
Crafted with a tough anodized-aluminum tray and ultra-smooth, high-strength steel rollers, the Jotto Cargo Slide is built to last. Some clunky bed slides out there only use 8 rollers, but Jotto packs 20-24 rollers into your Cargo Slide for the smoothest, easiest sliding action on the streets. And, with 800 to 1200-pounds of capacity (depending on model), the Cargo Slide not only manages your cargo, it manhandles it.
The Jotto Cargo Slide is designed to install with ease. It’s a simple do-it-yourself job that’ll have you loading or unloading cargo in no time. Once installed, you provide the plywood floor, or go for Jotto’s optional interlocking aluminum decking.
Work or play, your Jotto Cargo Slide lets you manage your loads easily and safely. No more stretching or climbing to access your cargo—the Cargo Slide lets your cargo come to you. And best yet, your Jotto Cargo Slide is backed with a 5-year warranty.
Reviewed by Brad W (KEENESBURG, CO) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Dec 06, 2013 8:37 PM
Install is fairly easy and the unit is really stout. Looks great and most importantly it allows the front part of the bed to be accessed with ease. I would definetly recommend the baskets. They hold tons of smaller items and keep them from sliding around.
Reviewed by Preston P (MATAGORDA, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 01, 2013 4:49 AM
Fairly easy to install. I am totally disatisfied with the product though because it does not slide out the full length of the truck bed as stated in the advirtised features. It leaves about 2-1/2' in the bed. They could have just told me the truth.
Reviewed by David T (Big Pine Key, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Colorado — May 24, 2012 2:10 PM
Read the directions (before, not after you start), watch the video, and use some common sense. Once the parts are laid out (oh yeah, make sure you got some room to work - like about a single garage size space) it's fairly easy to see how it goes together. I put it together on a set of saw horses, then removed the slide, and installed the support in the bed. After installing support, reloaded the slide and installed the stop bearings. Was able to handle by myself this way. Used 3/4" plywood and covered with good indoor/outdoor carpet. Looks good and keeps items from being scratched. Two possible improvements: 1. Another stop between in and out, perhaps about even with the tailgate down. Would be handy in close quarters. 2. Some sort of tiedowns, perhaps d-ring type attached to upper side rail. Three would be nice! Overall - really convenient, easy to access load, and surely beats crawling in to grab things. Easier on the knees, and a whole lot better on the back!
Reviewed by Shane P (Baker City, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Jun 03, 2011 8:43 PM
The Jotto Slide is a great value and a superior "accessory for the back of any truck! The days of crawling into the back of my truck and bumping my head or back on the canopy are gone! This is the easiest, most useful tool for a guy who actually uses the bed of my truck daily! Pretty easy to assemble (my 5 year old helped me) and a snap to secure in truck bed. Looking forward to many years of use and enjoyment.
Reviewed by Michael P (Pasadena, MD) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Avalanche — May 22, 2009 5:30 PM
The Jotto Cargo Slide I recently bought and installed has been eveything I expected and I am very pleased with the result. Now I can easily place items in the cargo bed of my 2005 Avalanche and they are so easy to reach that it is like having a bramd new feature on the truck. I use to have to crawl back into the cargo bed or else remove the tops from the cargo bed which was a pain to do. I would highly recommend this feature for anyone with an Avalanche. One regrettable thing was that I ordered cargo baskets along with my order of the slide but they did not come with the slide. It been more than three weeks and I still haven't received them. Hopefullyi this will get straightened out. Michael
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Asked by Franklin H.
Jul 08, 2012 8:51 AM
how is this slide-out bed installed?
Asked by Carol L
Jan 24, 2012 1:04 PM
2009 Chevy Colorado
Will the Jotto Cargo Slide fit the bed of a 2009 Colorado with crew cab? Also, if you don't get the aluminum floor, am I responsible for a floor of some sort? Thanks
Answered by Michael K. — Jan 24, 2012 3:53 PM
Hey Carol, yes, we do have the Jotto for your 09 Chevy Colorado. And, if you don't choose Jotto’s optional Aluma-Plank Flooring, you can simply use some plywood (plywood not included).flag Accept Answer