I just installed the Rago Bed Channel stiffeners in my 2008 Toyota Tundra. These are beefy, well made, and the hardware kit is primo too! The install video is very helpful. Advice: hang onto that plate with the nutsert on it and don’t drop it into that channel at the tailgate! I only did it, once. 😳 I managed to get it back out of there with some mechanics wire and a magnet. Follow the video and you can’t go wrong!
These stiffeners should counteract the weight of my SnugTop canopy and the Decked System I’ve got out back on my Tundra. The stiffeners work great, with no interference at all with my Decked System drawers. I would definitely buy these again!
True American Craftsmanship at its BEST!!!
the product is wonderful. Great quality, superior craftsmanship, perfect fit. I will be ordering more products in the future as long as you make more 2nd gen tundra parts ;)
People make mistakes. It’s going to happen. It’s how those mistakes are handled and how you TAKE CARE of the customer is what separates good businesses from GREAT ones.
I felt like I got ripped off after I purchased the bed stiffeners new, then got a email about them still in production and a wait but they have a blemished set at a discounted rate.
I said sure send them. Before I even got them they put the NEW ones on sale for less then what I was charged for the blemished ones! They almost lost me as a customer when they said the sale was as is and would not refund a difference.
After someone high up saw the email I got the refund.
As for the bed stiffeners they are the best as usual in the field. As with all their products the quality is so much better. Even the little things and features are what set them apart from the competition. Like the zip tie holes on the ditch lights. Or the weld quality and beefed up areas on my stiffeners.
If you are on the fence with rago. Trust me. Just click buy. Will not disappoint.
Oh and the stiffeners work with the decked system. A 90* drill is your friend.
I watched the video a couple times. Had no problems installing. Seemed to add support were needed.