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Putco Nylon Boss Locker Bed Rails

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List Price:$375.75 - $856.90
Our Price:$327.99 - $747.99
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  • Constructed out of stainless steel
  • High polished rails with black nylon ends
  • Massive 2 ½ inch tubing
  • 500 pound tie down capacity
  • No drill install
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA – Des Moines, IA

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Give yourself some extra shine when you tailor your truck with Putco Nylon Boss locker bed rails. Boasting a huge two and a half inch oval tube that is polished to perfection and the bed rail will give you an extra tie down to protect your precious cargo.

With Putco Nylon Boss locker bed rails on your truck, you get a stylish upgrade that adds the perfect amount of toughness. The bed rails are constructed out of high-quality stainless steel oval tubes that are capped off with slotted black nylon ends.

Installing the Putco Nylon Boss locker bed rails is very easy with no drilling and an easy read instruction guide. Putco warranties all their stainless steel bed rails as long as you own your truck.

So if you want a massive two and a half inch bed rails that will stand the test of time, then the Putco Nylon Boss locker bed rails are for you. What are you waiting for? Get a pair order today!

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BRANDPutco
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Putco Nylon Boss locker bed rails is very easy to install, with no drilling. If you have any questions, please give our amazing customer service a call.

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