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How To Install Van Shelving With The Decked System

How To Install Van Shelving With The Decked System

For .pdf of instruction set, click here: DECKED Best Practices: Installing Van Shelving 1. Always bolt van shelving mounting attachments to the lateral steel tubes which run underneath the deck. Each deck half contains six or seven 1” x .” galvanized steel tubes co-molded laterally into the deck’s HDPE. The steel tubes are indicated by dimples in the surface of the deck as shown in BLUE FIG 1A. Do not bolt or screw shelving only to the HDPE material of the DECKED system. Do not drill into the C-channel, indicated by RED FIG 1A. This channel is where the drawer wheels roll. If van shelving components need...

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Ergonomic White Paper Supports Decked

Ergonomic White Paper Supports Decked

Prepared for DECKED by: Mary Smith, (B.S.E., M.S.E. IOE) independent human factors expert, Detroit, MI To read the entire paper CLICK HERE. Working out of trucks and vans invites the gamut of poor ergonomic situations as well as time wasted crawling into vehicles or digging around in cross-over toolboxes to access needed items. Over time these situations can lead to over-use injuries and missed time at work.Having an ergonomically favorable work environment saves time and money and leads to healthier, more productive workers. DECKED reduces trips in and out of vehicles putting essential items in the "power zone" between the waist...

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Decked Review Tools In Action

Decked Review Tools In Action

The guys over at Tools in Action recently reviewed the DECKED system in the 2015 Aluminum F150. Pickup truck beds are a huge area to put just about anything.  The one thing they lack is the ability to organize anything.  You pretty much just have a wide open space.  There are many accessories that can help fill this void from tool boxes to swing out boxes.  A lot of these options take up width and length.  Let’s face it you are putting something in there, so of course it is going to take up space.  The Decked system takes up space on the...

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Decked Introduces The D Box The Ultimate Toolbox For Decked Owners

Decked Introduces The D Box The Ultimate Toolbox For Decked Owners

DECKED introduces the D-Box adding yet more functionality and efficiency to DECKED drawer storage and organization. Designed with what Dr DECKED calls RuNDoT (Russian Nesting Doll Technology) the D-Box is shaped to nest inside system drawers with zero loss of space of functionality. It's the ultimate toolbox, tackle box, gear box, or jewelry box for the DECKED system. DECKED D-BOX Short DECKED systems can hold two D-Boxes per side and regular systems can hold three per side. Made from bomber polyethylene with 1500 cubic inches of storage capacity per box, DECKED system owners can now maximize the modular storage possible with their systems.  Weatherproof...

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Decked Introduces The D Box The Ultimate Toolbox For Decked Owners

Decked Introduces The D Box The Ultimate Toolbox For Decked Owners

DECKED introduces the D-Box adding yet more functionality and efficiency to DECKED drawer storage and organization. Designed with what Dr DECKED calls RuNDoT (Russian Nesting Doll Technology) the D-Box is shaped to nest inside system drawers with zero loss of space of functionality. It's the ultimate toolbox, tackle box, gear box, or jewelry box for the DECKED system. DECKED D-BOX Short DECKED systems can hold two D-Boxes per side and regular systems can hold three per side. Made from bomber polyethylene with 1500 cubic inches of storage capacity per box, DECKED system owners can now maximize the modular storage possible with their systems.  Weatherproof...

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ATV Rider Magazine Tests Decked

ATV Rider Magazine Tests Decked

From: atvrider.com MAXIMIZE THE CAPABILITY OF YOUR TRUCK By: Lance Schwartz for ATV Rider Magazine   When I decided to bite the bullet a year ago and buy a new truck, I knew the one I decided on was going to have to serve multiple purposes. With an active family and young kids, this truck was going to have to serve as my primary family vehicle. With that said, I needed a ton of rear seat room. I also needed the ability to tow a large ATV trailer, a heavy 22' Hurricane deck boat, the ability to swallow several dirt bikes in the...

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Decked Anglers Getting Organized And Dialed For Fishing Season

Decked Anglers Getting Organized And Dialed For Fishing Season

You can feel it in the air, hear it on the wind, and smell it near the water... fishing season is just around the corner.  You've been concocting those excuses to get out of work, forging notes from your doctor, and planning to call in "well" as soon as the bite is on. MORE INFO ON DECKED FOR FISHING HERE: DECKED team icon, Scott Martin putting the steel to some lunker bass somewhere in Florida.[/caption] For a lot of the DECKED crew, it is already here.  Getting ready for a year on the water drives all of us to begin...

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Ford Truck Owners Demand Quality Decked Delivers

Ford Truck Owners Demand Quality Decked Delivers

If there were ever one particular group of truck owners out there that are, well, particular, about their trucks, it's the FORD owner. That is not to say that the GMC, RAM, or Chevy guys are asleep at the wheel or that the Toyota or Nissan tribes are any less passionate (I mean honestly most us are more intimate with our trucks than our wives), but over the past four decades, the F-Series truck has been the most popular with a rabid group of followers who aren't afraid to tell you what they think. CLICK HERE FOR CUSTOMER PHOTO GALLERY...

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Rocket Ships And Payloads Dr Decked Weighs In On The Lighter Side Of Decked

Rocket Ships And Payloads Dr Decked Weighs In On The Lighter Side Of Decked

The good Doctor (not pictured) lightens things up whenever possible. But never at the price of integrity. By: Dr. DECKED One question that the good Dr. DECKED gets more than any other on a given day at the office is why the DECKED Storage System is constructed the way it is. So pay attention friends and I will tell you a short story… The Doctor first became aware of the term “payload” as a spry, young lad enthralled with all of the goings-on of the Space Program, which would, in the words of President Kennedy, “land a man on the moon...

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