Bed Design

The RMZ-4 Equator's bed design helps make it ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. It's a high-utility design, starting with a spray-on, textured bedliner that's applied at the factory and an engineered tie-down system that lets you secure a bike or ATV while on the freeway or on the way to a remote offroad location. The bed rails are capped to resist scuffing, and on the inside there's a system of rails with sliding tie-down fixtures that adjust to the length of the bed. On the bed itself are rails that offer further stability for wheeled vehicles. There's also an available flip-over bed extender that's thoughtfully canted to contain wheeled vehicles that might extend just a bit farther than the tailgate.

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