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Q: How do I remove the cargo cleats?

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How do I remove the cargo cleats?

If the cargo cleats are getting in the way of your truck bed, you can easily remove them. Here’s how.

  1. Locate the end cap, which sits at the end of truck bed, and blocks the cargo cleat track.

  2. Push up on the locking tab on the end cap, and remove the cap.

  3. Slide the cargo cleat off of the cargo cleat track.

  4. Replace the end cap.

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