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post #19 of 31

I saw someone with a bed cover that was about 1/3 the size of the bed. That might be an option. I don't know if it was a custom job or what.

post #20 of 31

http://www.amazon.com/Golf-Cradle-Bag-Holder/dp/B000Y7ZQGM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1299956201&sr=8-1

 

Thank me later.

post #21 of 31

I have a Line-X spray-in liner in one truck, and a rubber mat in the other.  The clubs don't move at all.  The truck with the Line-X has a tonneau cover to hide them.  With the other truck, if I need to go somewhere where I can't see the truck, I just put them up front.   

post #22 of 31

I use one of those cargo retaining bars across the back to make a "pocket" for the clubs. The bar is covered with a couple of towels for protection. My "bag of stuff" and carts, etc are just forward of that.

I have a locking fiberglass hard cover for the bed so, all the golf equipment stays in there all season.

 

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post #23 of 31

Go buy a Honda RidgeLine........they come with a waterproof compartment in the truck bed that will hold a full set of clubs and cart bag......I know 'cause a friend of mine has one.

 

Here's a pix....

 

http://automobiles.honda.com/ridgeline/exterior-photos.aspx

post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

MarkY, that is a very immaculate truck. Do you use it for anything? b2_tongue.gif

 

You bet. I use it to haul my golf clubs. a3_biggrin.gif

post #25 of 31
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Originally Posted by Sheriff420 View Post

 That's how I carry them in my car too because Camaros don't have much of a trunk.

I really like the new Camaro SS.   I nearly bought one and the trunk was the deciding factor that pushed me into a Challenger.  I performed an official bag-test at the Chevy dealer. LOL (the salesman was cringing)  I could get my bag to fit, but not without removing the longer clubs from the bag first and there was absolutely no space for anything else.   Yes, I know weak excuse.........but the non-usable trunk space would have driven me nuts over time. 

post #26 of 31
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Originally Posted by BuckeyeNut View Post

I really like the new Camaro SS.   I nearly bought one and the trunk was the deciding factor that pushed me into a Challenger.  I performed an official bag-test at the Chevy dealer. LOL (the salesman was cringing)  I could get my bag to fit, but not without removing the longer clubs from the bag first and there was absolutely no space for anything else.   Yes, I know weak excuse.........but the non-usable trunk space would have driven me nuts over time. 

LOL......I did the same thing when I bought a Mazda RX-8 several years ago......they had even had a TV commercial where they put a set of clubs in the trunk.  when i asked the salesman to put my clubs in the trunk....he did, but had to take the driver out....I bought the car anyway.

post #27 of 31

700

Thought the picture of my Silverado with a little snow might make some of us feel a little better in this god-forsaken heat!!

I ALWAYS have my clubs in the extended cab.  Travel 30,000 to 40,000 miles/year and they are always with me.  If I have passengers, the Weatherguard box is extra wide.  I'll just take the time to dump the tools, etc. in my garage and I can put a set of clubs in the box... locked.  Some have suggested just putting them in the bed of the truck.  My truck has a LineX liner.  I would never put my bag back there.  I love the LineX, but it is extremely abrasive and don't know how the bag would look after a trip.  Also... I would be afraid to stop and use the restroom or do anything that would take my eyes off the truck.  People will steal anything out of a truck bed and would make a bee line to a set of golf clubs left unattended.

post #28 of 31

If you have 16" clearance in your truck bed, I think the following product will work perfectly: 

 

Go to:

 

http://www.pickupspecialties.com/DU-HA/duha_tote_suv_storage_box.html

 

Hope it works for you.

 

If someone can find one requiring no more than 14.5" clearance, let me know. 

post #29 of 31

I keep mine in a toolbox in the back of my truck all the time, never keep tools in it at all so its just the clubs and a couple folding chairs. I have the ability to keep them locked and they stay out of the weather all the time. Also am able to keep extra ball, tees etc... in it without taking up truck space

post #30 of 31

No need for a cover or anything mine stay in place and lay the bag sideways in the truck and drive like a maniacc3_clap.gif

post #31 of 31

When i had a pickup I just threw em in the back and went.  never a single problem.

 

My bed was rhino lined though, I'm sure that helped a lot!

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