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Merideth: If you're looking for a solid storage system for tying down your cargo in your bed, this TeraFlex Uinta Cargo Bed Rail System with the tie-down anchors will be a great pick for your 2020 or newer Gladiator. Now this system doesn't look like much but this will offer very strong tie-down points for whatever you're carrying in your bed, whether it'd be a spare tire, dirt bikes, or really any cargo at all. Now this will come with three-bed rails, one for either side and one for the back portion of the bed, as well as four tie-down anchors. Now the anchors will also be able to be positioned wherever you would like, which will be a big bonus compared to others that will have set positions like the Mopar bed rail. Now it's also going to leave the option open to accept any additional tie-down anchors depending on your setup or what you need for organizing your bed.Now the rails themselves will be made of an extruded aluminum with a black anodized finish and the anchors will be incredibly strong made of a forged 304 stainless steel. Now these anchors will hold up incredibly well especially to the elements because these are 304 and you can even purchase additional ones separately if you need more for your setup. Now when the anchors are installed, you'll be able to tighten them by hand but these will also be able to accept a wrench for additional peace of mind that your cargo is really not going anywhere. And I do like the fact that on the bottom here, there's a little bit of detail in the design. There is a small spring clip which is just a little bit of extra security. Not to mention, this knob is going to be pretty low profile for a lot of space for any hooks or carabiners that you want to add to these anchors. Now with that being said, this system is gonna come in roughly $350 for the kit and additional tie-down points will be roughly $50 for a set of two of them.Now comparing this to some other choices, I really do like the flexibility that this offers with being able to customize this to your own personal preference as to where some other choices may not give you that flexibility. This will also allow free mounting for all the anchor points and is really going to be made of some high-quality materials, offering a solid mounting solution that you can really trust especially for that heavier cargo. Now a lot of the time, you'll see rail systems on bed racks or roof racks where you can store additional cargo but I really think it was smart for TeraFlex to put a solid solution in the factory location. Now getting into the install, this is going to be very easy. I'm gonna give it a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, taking you about an hour to get the job done with some very basic hand tools. I would like to mention that if you do have a spray and bed liner, you will have to clear that factory mounting hole or mounting point for the Dremel or a tap in order to mount the rail properly. However, that is going to wrap it up for me. I'm gonna pass you over to one of our guys in the shop and they're gonna show you a detailed breakdown of this install right now.Man: The tools you're gonna need for this installation include a regular ratchet or an electric ratchet. I would recommend a quarter-inch ratchet as well, 4-millimeter hex head, 10-millimeter socket, and the blue threadlocker that comes with the kit. How's it going, everybody? Today we have a bed rail system to install in our '20 Gladiator. I'm gonna show you how to do it step by step. So, let's get started. Before we install our rails into the bed of our Gladiator, we are gonna do a little bit of preparation work here. The kit comes with these end caps and the hardware to secure them, as well as some blue thread lock. So what we wanna do is we're gonna put one cap on per side of these rails. It just sits in there like that, and with the thread lock, we're just gonna put a little bit on the end of the threads. I'm not gonna do it for the purpose of this demonstration but for your information, that's what you're gonna wanna do.Once you got the thread lock on there, this tightens down with a four-millimeter hex head and you don't have to tighten it down very much at all. You just wanna snug it. So that's how you install the end caps on your rails and you put one on per side and you're just gonna do the same thing for the other two rails. Now that we have our end caps installed, I'm gonna take our rail as well as four of these bolts that are included with the kit, bring them over to the bed, and what we have to do is locate the holes here on the side of the bed, one, two, three, and four, and that's where we're lining our rail up with. And those holes are threaded, so these bolts go right in through the rail and then into the bed. Once you have those lined up and all threaded in by hand just a couple of threads, then you can take your 10-millimeter socket and tighten them down. They don't need to be too tight but just give them a nice cinch so it does sit in there nicely.Now when you're threading these bolts in by hand, it is easier to use your socket, at least for me because I can't fit my fingers in there to thread them by hand. So once you have all four of them threaded in a few threads by hand, go ahead and take your 10-millimeter and your socket and tighten them the rest of the way down. This kit comes with two hooks per rail, and to install these, you simply just loosen this knob here, slide it into the hole towards the front of the rail, slide it into place, and then tighten the knob back down. That's the install process for this rail. And for the front rail and the other side rail, just follow the same exact steps.Merideth: So that is going to wrap it up for my review and the install of the TeraFlex Uinta Cargo Bed Rail System with the tie-down anchors fitting all 2020 and newer Gladiator JTs. For more videos and products just like this, remember to always keep it right here at extremeterrain.com.
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Streamlined Tie-Down Solution. If you regularly use your Gladiator for hauling, you need a way to keep your cargo safely anchored. For this purpose, the Teraflex Uinta Cargo Bed Rail System with Tie-Down Anchors is the perfect choice. This anchoring system combines three cargo bed rails with the four Uinta tie-down anchors to provide you with an efficient way to secure your cargo. Likewise, the included tie-down anchors can be repositioned along the length of the cargo bed rails for versatility. The cargo bed rails themselves can accept more tie-down anchors, further expanding your Jeep’s hauling capabilities. Best of all, this system’s streamlined design gives your bed area a stylish new look.
Hefty Build Quality. This system features cargo bed rails made from premium extruded aluminum, offering exceptional durability and corrosion resistance in a lightweight package. These rails are then machined to precise measurements, ensuring an exact fit when installed. The tie down anchors for their part feature forged 304 stainless steel hooks with aluminum bases for maximum strength. Rounding out their construction is a durable black anodized finish for sleek looks.
No Nonsense Install Procedure. This cargo anchoring system is designed to install into preexisting locations on your Jeep. No additional drilling or other modifications to your bed area are needed. Installation is completed using just standard hand tools.
Comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This Teraflex cargo bed rail system with tie-down anchors comes with a limited lifetime warranty covering manufacturing defects. Please visit the manufacturer’s website for more details.
Application. The Teraflex Uinta Cargo Bed Rail System with Tie-Down Anchors fits all 2020 to 2023 Jeep Gladiator JT models.
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(approx) 30 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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