Make your Bed
Keep your most important gear organized and out of the way for when life throws you a curveball, whether that's an adventurous 'detour' or an unexpected trip to Costco.
The term MOLLE has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years and many imitation products have latched onto it, simply cutting square or rectangles into their products. The BuiltRight 'Block and Slot' pattern offers slotted features, designed for use with common 1/4" mounting hardware in addition to correct MIL-SPEC MOLLE/PALS features. Finally, the BuiltRight MOLLE Nuts (sold separately) offer an additional mounting location with a 1/4-20 threaded hole for easy installation.
Built Right, Right Here
Each Bedside Rack Panel is manufactured using high-grade 1/8" thick aluminum plate and is CNC cut and formed for perfect fit every time. All panels are finished with a durable texture black powdercoat for a factory look and feel.
BuiltRight is an engineering company before all else and we're obsessed with great mechanical design. Each product has a story of ideas, innovation and iteration until it's just right.
Your Bedside Rack System started as a 3D scan of multiple truck beds, in order to understand the manufacturing tolerances that Ford, GM, etc hold themselves to. We then use that data along with CAD files provided by our OEM partners to design parts that will fit your truck perfectly.
Finally, we test those parts using finite element analysis on the computer before sending them out to our network of product testers around the world. Real-world testing happens in Baja, on ranches and jobsites across the country and on the icy, salty roads from the Midwest to the Northeast.
Industry-best Customer Support
Overall very happy with this product and the companies response time. I had a couple of issues go wrong on one panel while installing. This was not at the fault of the product but my own. They have been working with me to fix the issues. Very pleased. The install was relatively easy, especially after you get the first panel in. Installing the grips can be tricky if you don't mount them prior to installing the panels, but it is doable if you don't know where you want them quite yet.