Two remodelers tell how they outfitted their cargo slide to cut down on carrying tools.
He also built shelves along the inside of the truck over the tops of the wheel wells. The shelving houses tools, and the whole unit fits in the canopy opening. “When I pull my tools out, I can get to a row on top and on the bed itself,” he says.
During transport, Kevin Jewell’s table saw rides upside down on the cargo slide in his Chevy Silverado 2500HD. On site, he rotates the saw 1800 to use it. The cargo slide is 8 feet long and, once it’s pulled from the truck, has 16 feet to the left and “infinity to the right” to work in