Chase beds - got pics?

DWymoreB

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I need some durable offroad options for the bed of my dodge but don't want a hay hauler flatbed. I've seen one, like to see more. Any tube chase beds out there?


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DWymoreB

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Thanks. I should have posted up there.
 

MX808

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Heres couple of chase racks i have built.
 

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atomicjoe23

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What would be good features to include in a chase rack?

Obviously a place to mount at least two spare tires/wheels, fuel dump canisters, floor jack and/or hi-lift jack, a tool box, probably a generator/air compressor/welder wouldn't be bad idea either. . .anyway, I don't have any chase truck experience, but I would like to know what a well equipped chase truck carries without going overboard.

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Did you check out the link on post #2 above?
 

atomicjoe23

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I've got the link open, but I haven't read it yet. . .I'm guessing I should have read it before I posted above. . .sorry!
 

Steve0

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Not a very good pic, but it my dodge with my chase rack on it. It holds 4 tires or 2 dump cans in the place of each tire.
 

MX808

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Well the chase rack on the red truck i made can fit either three super digger threes or two 39's. It has fire extinguisher mounts on both sides, 8 inch flood lamp on each side, two 5 inch hid on the front, fit for a welder and genarator, holds 4 dump cans and has space to store boxes underneath it. The other rack thats in the third pic has all that but it holds the tires on the sides and has more light power.
 

diirk

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MX808: I like the design of yours. How are you attaching them to the bed?
Any ballpark pricing info?

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MX808

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MX808: I like the design of yours. How are you attaching them to the bed?
Any ballpark pricing info?

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They attach to the hooks in the bed via turn buckle system. That way there are very easy to remove if that truck is your everyday driver. Pricing would start at 1000 for a basic un-powdercoated rack.
 

diirk

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Thanks for the info. I'll definately get in touch when I'm in the market. That's a reasonable price and a great design!
 
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