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INFO: All Pro Hi-Lift (60") Mounts and Bed Extender Compatibility

Greetings everyone!

I'm writing this post to hopefully provide some good info for anyone else with plans for a similar setup. I was looking for a good way to mount my Hi-Lift Xtreme (60") and still wanted use of my bed extender. Well, it's possible! I used the All Pro Offroad Bed Rail Mounts. I've also attached pictures of my setup as well with the extender both in and out. The extender makes EVER SO SLIGHT contact but as long as you slightly push the Hi-Lift out of the way, you can freely move the extender. Caveat: I have a Bak Revolver X2 installed which lowers the factory bed rail slightly. Let me know if you have any questions!

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I have been planning this! I had a similar set up on my 2012 but used these:

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I really like the All-Pro! NOW ON MY TO PURCHASE LIST!!!

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Those are nice!

But you can make your own for about $20
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Those are nice!

But you can make your own for about $20
Thanks! Yeah I really like them. And yep, I could definitely make my own for much less. But one, I value my time more than my money. And two, the fit and finish of this product is excellent.

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thanks! Yeah i really like them. And yep, i could definitely make my own for much less. But one, i value my time more than my money. And two, the fit and finish of this product is excellent.
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Thanks for posting up. I have a similar setup with a Bakflip HD and like seeing how the setup is with the lowered rails.

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Hi lift and 37" spare

I found my old mounts from my last Tundra!!! I have the ridgelander tanneau and the rails are different and pretty high on the edge of the bed. I made some mods and added rubber bumpers on the back side of the steel plate i found. I also did the Tacoma DRing hack and added 4 D-Rings to the front for bed bolts. I used a center D-Ring and ratchet straps go secure the wheel. I simply rubber bungled the shovel, axe, and oversized hi lift base to the spare wheel. The 37" full size spare is secure and I can now change it with my hi-lift extreme!
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I found my old mounts from my last Tundra!!! I have the ridgelander tanneau and the rails are different and pretty high on the edge of the bed. I made some mods and added rubber bumpers on the back side of the steel plate i found. I also did the Tacoma DRing hack and added 4 D-Rings to the front for bed bolts. I used a center D-Ring and ratchet straps go secure the wheel. I simply rubber bungled the shovel, axe, and oversized hi lift base to the spare wheel. The 37" full size spare is secure and I can now change it with my hi-lift extreme!
I also have the Ridgelander. Do you think its possible to do some drop brackets and lower the factory OEM tie down rails so I dont have to completely take them out? It would still be useful to secure bed items under the Ridgelander tonneau cover with them. Kind of bummed they are out of my bed now.

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I also have the Ridgelander. Do you think its possible to do some drop brackets and lower the factory OEM tie down rails so I dont have to completely take them out? It would still be useful to secure bed items under the Ridgelander tonneau cover with them. Kind of bummed they are out of my bed now.
I did tge bed bolt Tacoma d-ring conversion. Works great!

I'm working on a way to use the factory rails. I like them much better.

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@DIABLODALTON any movement on the OEM rail inclusion? Stock Ridgelander uses those bolt spacers that are long enough that the OEM rail should be able to fit in that space. Then we would just need shorter bolts with some threaded square nuts to go in the OEM track system for the Ridgelander tango track system bolts to thread into. All great in theory, but I havent even begun to mess with it or look to see if Home Depot or any place has the necessary hardware, was wondering if you got around to it first.

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@DIABLODALTON any movement on the OEM rail inclusion? Stock Ridgelander uses those bolt spacers that are long enough that the OEM rail should be able to fit in that space. Then we would just need shorter bolts with some threaded square nuts to go in the OEM track system for the Ridgelander tango track system bolts to thread into. All great in theory, but I havent even begun to mess with it or look to see if Home Depot or any place has the necessary hardware, was wondering if you got around to it first.
I have been looking on Amazon. I think the best bet would be to take the Toyota rail system and bolt it to the Ridgelander system below the Ridgelander rails. There is plenty of material and space to do this. I was thinking of picking up some Toyota Rails and just doing it myself but have not had the time.

Also, I have not found a good t-nut that is inexpensive enough for the Ridgelander kit. The Toyota accessories absolutely do not fit the Ridgelander set up.

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