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Rightline Gear Full-Size Truck Bed Tent (6.5', 5.5' or 5')

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Amazon has select Rightline Gear Full-Size Truck Bed Tents on sale for $117.35 > now $108.30. Shipping is free.

Available Sizes:Walmart also has select Rightline Gear Full-Size Truck Bed Tents on sale for $117.35 > now $108.30. Shipping is free.

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  • Refer to the PDF sizing guide to determine which truck tent will fit your truck
  • Cut down on set up time; the truck tent's floorless design allows for set up without removing gear from the bed
  • Water resistant fabric with tape sealed seams (pu 2000mm) keeps you dry, while the tent's heavy duty straps and nylon buckles won't damage your truck's finish

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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has select Rightline Gear Full-Size Truck Bed Tents on sale from $117.35. Shipping is free.Walmart.com has select Rightline Gear Full-Size Truck Bed Tents on sale from $117.35. Shipping is free.
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Man this looks really cool but where am I gonna put all my stuff that's supposed to go in the back of my truck?
Rubbermaid bins on the ground or in the back seat (folded up/down). Or just inside the tent if you have room.

Don't let the Instagram overlanders hear that, though. They know the key to followers is a $3k rootop tent at minimum Wink
This dose not Cover the inside like a tent would most other are a full tent with bottom and side material

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some areas are still exposed around the hinges.
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Quote from crazycreations :
some areas are still exposed around the hinges.
Also have to remove the toolbox if you have one that is a T shape here the edge of the box sits on the edge of the truck bed?
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Appears to be rightline gear site, for more info- setup guide/video/size etc:

rightlinegear.com/truck-tents/truck-tents
https://rightlinegear.com/truck-t...uck-tents/
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Man this looks really cool but where am I gonna put all my stuff that's supposed to go in the back of my truck?
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Anyone know how this would work with a roll up tonneau cover?
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Quote from cheapbrownclown :
Man this looks really cool but where am I gonna put all my stuff that's supposed to go in the back of my truck?
Rubbermaid bins on the ground or in the back seat (folded up/down). Or just inside the tent if you have room.

Don't let the Instagram overlanders hear that, though. They know the key to followers is a $3k rootop tent at minimum Wink
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Anyone know how this would work with a roll up tonneau cover?
I have a different brand tent, but I do use mine with a roll up tonneau cover. You definitely have to account for it when you put together the tent but it's not terrible at least in my application.
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Always toyed with the idea of getting one of these things. I just don't keep my truck stationary when I go places and I'm too lazy to set it up and take it down every day. The 8ft bed option is there but not on sale. With a tool box/truck box I guess I'd have to get the 6.5' one anyway. Tri folding hard bed cover would have to be taken off as well. Probably better than the tarp and air mattress that my buddy used to sleep in my truck a few years back because he forgot his tent.
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Man this looks really cool but where am I gonna put all my stuff that's supposed to go in the back of my truck?
Yeah this is the reason I have never found these very practical. That and the fact that you would need to pack up your tent every time you wanted to go somehwere seems crazy annoying.
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Yeah this is the reason I have never found these very practical. That and the fact that you would need to pack up your tent every time you wanted to go somehwere seems crazy annoying.
I have a different brand and yes, definitely an annoyance. It is nice to be off the ground and that you can easily level your tent, but the fact you're stationary is a big drawback.
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This dose not Cover the inside like a tent would most other are a full tent with bottom and side material
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Wow! This is weird. I just looked at this yesterday when the other tent popped up on SD. I like the idea of being able to sit on the tailgate and brush your feet off before crawling into the tent, and I like the idea of being off the ground, but I don't like having to take it down when you drive your truck, and I'm not sure my 6'1" frame would fit in my 5'5" truck bed. I guess with the tailgate down it would work. Anyone know how hard this is to put up and take down? Also I notice that it doesn't have a floor. Not sure I like that idea, and I wonder if wind blown rain could get under the sides and in the truck bed? Anyone have any experience with that?
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Seems like the time honored method of setting up camp on a campsite or open spot is still more practical than this.
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