Q: How do I use the bed extender?

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How do I use the bed extender?

Sometimes, you may find the need for more space in the bed of your truck. The bed extender built into your truck can help with this. To use the bed extender.

  1. Pull the lock towards the cab of the truck.

  2. Open the latches that release the panels.

  3. Move the panels out towards the tailgate.

  4. Repeat on the other side.

  5. Connect both sides in the middle of the tailgate by turning the locking knobs.

  6. Insert the latch rod into the tailgate extender.

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