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  1. Eight Foot Bed on Cybertruck

    Another vote for an 8 foot bed, like real work trucks!
  2. Flat towing Cybertruck?

    +1 for flat towing. I have Cybertruck on order. Currently flat tow a Suburban behind my motorhome. Will cancel my Cybertruck and switch to Rivian if the CT can’t be flat towed.
  3. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    Valid point.
  4. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    They may both be valid functions but work trucks are the #1 selling vehicle in America. I bet Tesla goes with work truck. And no offense but if you want a good baja truck I’m not sure why you are considering the CyberTruck.
  5. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    Agree 100%
  6. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    True, but how many work trucks need urban parking garage capability?
  7. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of the enclosed vault? Plus you would need some sort of contraption at the end of the tailgate to secure the stack of plywood or drywall sheets from sliding out. Tesla usually does simple and elegant.
  8. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    If a work truck is to be useful it has to carry a work crew AND materials.
  9. 5.5 Foot vs 6.5 Foot Bed

    I vote for 8 foot. Plywood, drywall, everything from Home Depot, etc is usually sold in 8 foot sheets. Standard size work truck bed is 8 feet.
  10. This forum in the news

    It was on CNBC today as well. They said the source was a “website” but didn’t actually name names.
  11. R.V. applications

    Most RV parks have 50A at each camping spot.
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