sorry, yes as 2020xlt said, stuff it between the cab and bed to keep out snow, debris etc.Ok I'll bite, what do you do with the 6' piece of pipe insulation, stuff it between the top of the bed and the cab?
Thanks for the tip. Have to try it out.I should have posted my $2 solution back when these threads were active but didn't. This one and the one regarding the "fabric" at the bottom of the bed catching leaves.......
6' long 3/4" foam pipe insulation in Magnetic Grey did the trick for me
I was fortunate that the Magnetic Gray pipe insulation matched my Magnetic Gray truck.Great suggestion on the pipe insulation, I'll look into that. Also good to know that it comes in "magnetic gray" ?
Pull the badge off the fender and look down. My front fender was full of crapI just looked through all 11 pages of the Issues, Repairs, Rarranty, tsb, Recalls forum and did not see anything posted about this. If its posted in another forum l did not find it with a search. Since we are in the middle of fall up here in the northeast I noticed a very large accumulation of leaves in between the bed ad the cab, especially on the passenger side. Almost impossible to clean out from below, I had to adapt a piece of 1/2" pvc tubing to my shop vac to get them out. It appears they put a piece of rubber weatherstripping down at the bottom off the bed which blocks off the bottom so anything that falls down there is trapped. I really wouldn't have posted this but when I cleaned the passenger side I had some water drain out under the truck ( it had rained a couple of days ago up here) and all the leaves that i sucked out were sopping wet. I was just wondering if anybody else noticed a buildup of leaves or debri in this area.
I was fortunate that the Magnetic Gray pipe insulation matched my Magnetic Gray truck.
for those who have a different colored truck, you may have to up your game and source some pool noodles or similar..... gonna co$t ya more tho.