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1992 Ford Ranger Truck Bed Accessories

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ShurTrax Traction Weight Reviews


ShurTrax is a hit

Reviewed By Jonathan P (Bellbrook, OH) Reviewed for a 1992 Ford Ranger —2/3/2007 9:02 PM

The ShurTrax traction weight system is a handy device to put weight where you need it. I found it a no brainer to use. Once I placed it in my truck bed and used four straps to ensure it would stay in place I used the included hose adapter and filled it with water as instructed. I was suprised after putting so much water into it how easy it is to cap off. I would recommend that if you purchase this product for your car that you fill it and then put it into the trunk, especialy in the dead of winter. I drove around with ShurTrax for a week before it got cold enough to freeze. During that time I had no problems of shifting weight like I did with other options to increase traction. I was able to put a load on top of it too. I did put a plastic sheet designed to hold leaf bags open, as extra protection while hauling stuff. The company doesn't advocate this is far as I know, I just thought it was common sense. After the product froze and some snow fell, I did a little traveling on roads where drifting snow had blown accross the road, making passage across it hazardous, despite road crew efforts. ShurTrax really demonstrated its value during this outing. I had no problems of lost traction while traversing these deceptive conditions. I havn't had a chance to drain it so that I can remove it. However, the necessity is comming up soon because I want to do a little work on the truck bed. I'll pull it into my garage overnight to thaw the system then back out into the driveway to drain it on a nice sunny day. The extra plus is once I do this I can fold it up and put it away in a much smaller space than comparable set ups like sand bags or a skid with cinder blocks locked down on it. Additionally since the biggest part of the weight can be easily shed, I won't break my back wrestling it in and out as with other setups. Everyone who has seen it wants one, so I guess I would buy it again! ShurTrax, I think you have a winner on your hands.

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Napier Sportz Truck Tent 57 Series Reviews


We like it!

Reviewed By Robert L (WASHINGTON, OK) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —10/28/2014 6:22 AM

My wife and I had our first camping adventure in many years so didn't want to make a huge investment in camping gear, so this tent fit the bill. We also didn't want to sleep on the ground so combined this tent with the airbedz mattress for the perfect combination of affordability and comfort. The first setup of the tent was mildly challenging (read the instructions and watch the video!) but went smoothly. I wouldn't want to do it in the dark, however. A great buy, we will be doing more camping!

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AirBedz Lite Truck Bed Air Mattress Reviews


Very comfortable

Reviewed By Robert L (WASHINGTON, OK) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —10/28/2014 5:30 AM

We've had our first outing with the Sportz/Napier truck bed tent combo and really enjoyed the experience! It was a three night adventure near Hot Springs National Park. The mattress fit our truck bed perfectly. I really liked that it fits above the wheel wells so you get the full width of the bed, which in the case of our ford ranger is important. The. Mattress went up easily, seems very durable, no leaking, just a good nights sleep! A good buy.

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