The Boonedox T-Bone Bed Extender is an adjustable truck bed extender made from aircraft grade aluminum. The curved design allows the consumer to traverse uneven ground without the worry of dragging and damaging their products. Boonedox crafts each T-Bone Bed Extender with aircraft aluminum, which makes it lightweight yet strong and 100% rust free. The Boonedox T-Bone Bed Extender adjusts to accommodate all stock truck bed heights and is wide enough to support up to 2 kayaks or canoes comfortably. Comes in orange or lime colors.
As advertised. Super light weight , quality build. Carries my kayaks very secure and quiet. Also a nice looking extender. No worroes headed down the road with this. I have recommended to friends.
Overall its a high quality product but has a few design flaws: - Sloppy fit in receiver hitch, extender will twist allowing it to drop up to 2 inches when boat is loaded on one side. I have a factory installed 2" hitch, Chevy Avelanche. - The extender will not raise high enough to come even with the tailgate, had to drill another hole as far back as safely possible on the extenders hitch insertion end to get the proper height. - Plastic tie down brackets bend with nominal strap pressure. They are already starting to fracture after using the product only 4 times. Will have to replace them with steel brackets soon.
I bought the lime t-bone just after receiving our first kayaks ever. We have only used our kayaks twice since but the extender works well. It does seem to equalize the load from the front of the Tacoma's bed to the t-bone's crossbar very well....in other words, it keeps the two kayaks in place as they move only with the pickup bed. I'm sure we will appreciate it use in the years to come.
This t-Bone is the best thing out there for trucks and SUV's. It allows for a very fast load and unload and allows the tonneau cover to remain on the bed. The t-Bone keeps the kayaks low and out of the wind and easily supports way more weight than two kayaks. It also gives me an average of an hour more time per day to kayak versus schlepping the kayaks to the roof and having to strap them down to keep the wind from ripping them off.