6.5' truck bed

Erik Weber yoober at gmail.com
Wed Feb 15 12:14:00 PST 2012

Well you guys are tougher than me. . . I've known a couple of other
guys who went with the canopy though. I guess I was spoiled by the
Enterprise rent-a-van.

On 2/15/12, andy <andy at prestonmedina.com> wrote:
> 3/4" plywood bulkhead between the  back and the driver compartment. I've
> always wanted to pickup one of the diesel E350 (?) that the utility
> companies have converted to 4wd.
> Chicks are more impressed with a nice pickup though than what my daughter
> calls a stalkers van !
> On Wed, 15 Feb 2012, Steve Robertson wrote:
>> You're right, it will be a pain to load and unload with a canopy. While
>> there are some fairly tall ones out there, I'm 6' 4" so
>> it should make for some good entertainment..........for others. The cargo
>> vans make all the sense in the world but this is
>> also going to be my main vehicle and 4wd is required plus on a daily basis
>> I would rather live with a pickup than a van. At
>> -40 it must take a long time to warm up the interior of a van.
>> I don't mean to insult your intelligence, but keep this in mind about
>> the canopy. It needs to be tall enough not only for your bike, but for
>> you to stand next to the bike and load it.
>> I think it was Jo on here who was using a Honda minivan. I don't know
>> how he loaded the bike into one of those. The cargo vans tend to have
>> a piece of metal coming down from the roof where the doors meet. I was
>> constantly bumping my head on that damned thing.

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