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- Bolt on up to 10 extra sq ft of storage with the X-Treme Gate Slide-Out Truck Bed Extender
- Ingenious folding design lets you deploy or store it in less than 10 seconds
- Perfect when you’re hauling oversized lumber, furniture and quads
- Universally-designed for a range of full-size rigs with a tailgate that measures 58 3/8” or wider
- Constructed from a durable blend of ABS and polycarbonate that resists UV fading
- Slide-Out Extenders work flawlessly with tonneau covers and bed liners
- Download installation instructions (PDF)
- Your X-Treme Gate Slide-Out Truck Bed Extender includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty
As big as your payload might be, it can always use some extra space when you’re hauling lumber, piping or quads. Instead of trading in for the dually, trick out your truck bed with the X-Treme Gate Slide-Out Truck Bed Extender. It gives you up to 10 more sq ft of storage when you need it—and hides away when you don’t.
The X-Treme Gate Bed Extender bolts right to your tailgate, so it’s always on hand yet out of the way. 10 seconds is all it takes to deploy or store it. Whether you’re picking up building supplies or dropping off dirt bikes, your X-Treme Gate Bed Extender is ready for action.
Universally-designed, the X-Treme Gate Truck Bed Extender fits a range of full-size rigs with tailgates measuring at least 58 3/8” wide. This helpful truck add-on is crafted from heavy-duty, lightweight ABS blended with polycarbonate that’s UV-resistant to withstand the most punishing weather changes. Your X-Treme Gate Tail Gate Extender comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Does not fit Chevy Avalanche
X-Treme Gate Slide-Out Truck Bed Extender Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by anthony s (DYERSBURG, TN) Reviewed for a 2018 Ford F-150 — Dec 01, 2018 5:56 AM
Easy installation, performs as expected. Stows away on your tailgate and slides out easily when needed. Very simple yet works great. Highly recommended. It does add weight and it puts a strain on your tailgate assist if you have one.
Reviewed by Greg J (NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV) Reviewed for a 2016 Toyota Tundra — Jul 22, 2018 11:58 AM
I have a 16 Tudnra Pro with a short bed and the X-Treme gate gives me the extra length I need to haul large model RC airplanes to the flying field. I wouldn't use it to contain large heavy objects, but for what I use it for, it is excellent!
Reviewed by Tom M (SAN ANTONIO, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Ram — Apr 23, 2018 9:02 PM
I received my X-Treme Gate Slide out Bed Extender and just couldn't wait to install onto my vehicle. When I was done, WOW how awesome it looked and so easy to open and operate. I will definitely be doing business with your company again. Thank you very much. R/S TOM MONTEMAYOR III USMC.......RETIRED '72-'92 DISABLED VETERAN SEMPER FI
Reviewed by Richard W (SHELBYVILLE, KY) Reviewed for a 2017 Ford F-150 — Jun 27, 2017 4:34 PM
I found the instructions difficult to follow. Without an independent youtube video I am not certain I would have completed it. The installation provided me with insight as to how flimsy the product is. I am not at all certain it will hold up under some of the extreme use I will have in store for it. I am very happy with the hide-away look, but now realize in order to achieve this the quality of the product may be compromised. One item to note, when installing the product on a 2017 F150 with
Reviewed by David D (POCATELLO, ID) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — Sep 06, 2016 10:09 AM
Overall I am very happy with this extender. Build quality seems good. Only complaints would be; I could not understand the pictures or instructions,had to go on youtube and find an install video. Also, I thought this was more of a custom fit but seems to be just universal, so it does require drilling some extra holes in the extender side panels. Doesnt lock into place when stowed away,and rattles around when going over bump I like the concept, they just need to work on a few little design flaws