For many, an exposed bed pickup is the right tool for the job in a lot of situations, but if you're a big time outdoorsman, you should be aware of the benefits provided by a truck cap (aka topper). Wired2Fish's Kyle Peterson decided to add a new cap to his aging, but always reliable 2001 Toyota Tundra. His reasons are many, but equipment security, protection from the elements, ability to overnight camp in the bed, and roof rack storage are tops. Kyle gives us a full walk-thru of his new cap, and some of the features he selected to enhance overall utility for fishing and hunting.
How Truck Caps (toppers) Enhance Pickups for the Outdoors
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