|Item Weight||18.11 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||56.2 x 16.1 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||PT767-35051|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PT767-35162|
|Cover Included||Genuine Toyota Parts - Tacoma Cargo Divider (PT767-35162)|
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There are two peg-fittings which slide into the rails. Instructions indicate doing it from the tailgate end, but we did it from the front, closer to the cab since that's where we wanted the divider. Then the brackets fit over the pegs and a couple screw-on knobs tighten them to the rails. (If you pull towards the bed interior on the peg, you can find the lock-in spacings on the rail without too much trouble.) Then the divider goes onto the brackets, held in place by a couple of square-head nuts and two more tightening knobs. I'd say this was the hardest part, lining up the nuts so they went through the holes on the brackets cleanly.
It's not easy to see it from the photo, but the slots on the divider for holding the square-head nuts are on the top (normal divider position, hanging down) but there are also slots on either side, meaning it would be possible to mount the divider in either horizontal (above the cargo) position. I'm not sure why anyone would want to do that as it strikes me as not being very sturdy, but it'll work. I guess maybe if you slid it all the way forward or back toward the gate so that the loose end is pressed up against the cab or gate, it would create a kind of shelf arrangement, under which you could stow things.
Pros: Very strong in general, not at all flimsy. Zero chance this will damage the bed-liner or truck body due to pressing against the sides like those ratchet and tension-based cargo dividers do. Relatively easy to install (call this 4 out of 5). Shaped in such a way it can be positioned anywhere in the bed, even at the wheel-wells.
Neutral: Could potentially be stolen, but it would take some doing to get the rail-pegs off. (That is, it would take a bit more than a snatch-and-grab to get the whole rig.) I'm actually thinking about adding a bike cable-lock and lock it to one of the bed tie-down D-rings. so some miscreant doesn't get the idea of stealing it to sell for scrap or something.
Cons: Somewhat expensive. Would have been nice if there were some tie-down cleats on it. Not super thrilled with the slide-in square-head bolts, but I suppose that's how Toyota makes the divider somewhat adjustable to deal with different bed widths among their truck lines.
added a tonneau cover, you will be able to remove and reinstall, but it was a little tricky. i like it, but regretting paying so for inconvenience of removing and reinstalling. if want bed more often.